This Friday, buses will replace 2 trains on the Port Jervis line so the agency can perform some work near Tuxedo. Here is more via the press release I received:
MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced that buses will substitute for two trains on the railroad’s Port Jervis Line between Port Jervis and Ramsey Route 17 from Friday evening, April 21, through Saturday morning, April 22. Buses will depart at the same time as scheduled trains.
The substitute busing will allow Metro-North crews to perform trackside drainage improvement work near Tuxedo to ensure the on-going reliability and safety of the Port Jervis Line.
Service details are below:
Friday Evening/Saturday Morning, Northbound:
Customers traveling to all stations from Sloatsburg through Port Jervis aboard the 12:40 a.m. train from Hoboken will be able to ride that train to Ramsey Route 17 to connect with buses arriving at those stations.
Saturday Morning, Southbound:
Buses will partially substitute for the 4:45 a.m. departure from Port Jervis. Customers seeking the train at all stations from Port Jervis through Sloatsburg will find buses that will travel to Ramsey Route 17, where they will connect at 6:14 a.m. to the regularly scheduled train making local stops to Hoboken, arriving at 7:19 a.m.
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