An announcement from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA):
Starting Thursday, Nov. 1, close to regularly scheduled service will be provided on the Harlem Line between Mount Kisco and Grand Central Terminal and on the New Haven Line between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal.
Fares will be free on Thursday and Friday.
Parking will be limited. Bridgeplates may be used at some New Haven Line stations. Customers should use caution getting on and off trains.
Hudson Line service will remain suspended due to extensive storm damage.
Service on the Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Lines, which are operated by NJ TRANSIT, remains suspended. NJT continues to work toward service restoration. See www.njtransit.com for updates.
Hudson and West-of-Hudson tickets will be honored on Harlem Line trains.
All MNR customers should hold onto their October monthly & weekly tickets; they will remain valid through Monday, Nov. 5.
Read the MTA's latest message in full here.