Metro North New Year’s 2015 Service Plan

Here is the New Year’s Eve & Day service plan information for Metro-North:

MTA Metro‐North Railroad wants to help you celebrate the most wonderful time of the year by providing all the service you’ll need for the upcoming holidays. Please remember that drinking alcohol on Metro‐North trains and at our stations is banned from noon New Year’s Eve until noon New Year’s Day. And don’t forget to buy your tickets in advance if you are traveling “early morning” (after midnight) on New Year’s Eve. Tickets will be
collected prior to boarding trains at Grand Central Terminal.

New Year’s Eve: Thursday, December 31:

A modified weekday schedule will be in effect with extra getaway trains between noon and 4 p.m., and reduced service at other times. And for those planning to party in Manhattan, there will be extra New York City‐bound trains for the late afternoon and evening.

New Year’s Day: Friday, January 1, 2016:

Metro‐North will operate plenty of extra outbound service from Grand Central after midnight to provide a safe ride home for everyone who has been busy ringing in the new year.

West of Hudson, the following trains will operate overnight into Friday morning.

A 1:27 a.m. train will leave Hoboken (the connection from Penn Station‐NY will depart at 1:22 a.m.), operate express to Suffern, and make all stops to Port Jervis, arriving at 3:40 a.m.

A 3:00 a.m. train will leave Hoboken (the connection from Penn Station‐NY will depart at 2:50 a.m.), and make all stops from Kingsland to Port Jervis, arriving at 5:37 a.m.

Please note: The 12:40 a.m. train from Hoboken to Port Jervis will not operate on New Year’s morning.

A 1:24 a.m. train will depart Hoboken (the connection from Penn Station‐NY will depart at 1:18 a.m.), and make all local stops to Spring Valley, arriving at 2:40 a.m.

A 3:45 a.m. train will depart Hoboken (the connection from Penn Station‐NY will depart at 3:39 a.m.), and make all local stops to Spring Valley, arriving at 4:56 a.m.

Please note: the 12:45 a.m. departure from Hoboken will not operate on New Year’s morning.

Due to lighter ridership on the rest of New Year’s Day, Metro‐North will provide hourly service on all East of Hudson lines. A weekend schedule will be in effect for West of Hudson service.

xoxo Transit Blogger

You might enjoy reading these related entries:

S.I. Railway New Year’s 2015 Service Plan

Here is the New Year’s Eve & Day service plan information for the Staten Island Railway:

New Year’s Eve, Thursday, December 31:

The Staten Island Railway will operate on a regular weekday schedule.

New Year’s Day, Friday, January 1:

The Staten Island Railway will operate on a Saturday schedule.

xoxo Transit Blogger

You might enjoy reading these related entries:

Service Diversions 12-26-15

I have just updated the Service Diversions for Christmas weekend up until the end of the year!

Make sure to follow @TransitBlogger on Twitter by clicking the button in the sidebar as I am using it more often. Also if you are into indie music make sure to follow @IndMusicReview & @SurgeFM!

xoxo Transit Blogger

You might enjoy reading these related entries:

Merry Christmas 2015!

I would like to take this moment & wish every single reader a Merry Christmas as your readership patronage is much appreciated!

xoxo Transit Blogger

You might enjoy reading these related entries:

NYC Transit Christmas 2015 Service Plan Info

Here is the NYC Transit service plan for the Christmas 2015 holiday:

Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 24

The New York City Subway will operate on a regular weekday schedule.

New York City buses will operate on weekday schedules with minor timing changes, except on Staten Island, where limited-stop routes S81, S84, S86, S90, S91, S92, S94, S96 and S98 will not operate. Weekday local service will operate along those routes. Limited-stop routes S89 and S93 will operate on weekday schedules with minor timing changes. All Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens “X” express routes will operate on weekday schedules with minor timing changes.

Christmas Day, Friday, December 25

The New York City Subway will operate on a Sunday schedule, and New York City buses will operate on a holiday schedule. Bus customers can use MTA Bus Time for real-time bus arrival estimates.

xoxo Transit Blogger

You might enjoy reading these related entries:
Page 20 of 565« First...10...1819202122...304050...Last »