HUDSON – Amtrak service between Hudson and New York City continued to be temporarily suspended Sunday following a Saturday-morning mudslide on the train tracks near Tarrytown.
“Due to a track outage issue, all Amtrak service operating between Albany, N.Y. and New York City is temporarily suspended on Sun. Oct. 22,” according to Amtrak’s website. “No substitute transportation is currently available.”
Amtrak’s Empire service was canceled Saturday and Sunday between Albany and Manhattan but is running between Albany and Niagara Falls, while the Maple Leaf trains between Toronto, Canada to New York City were only running between Canada and Albany. Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express trains that normally run daily from Albany to Manhattan and Burlington, Vermont, were limited Saturday and Sunday to running only between Albany and Vermont.
Metro-North’s Hudson line, which runs along the Amtrak line between New York City and Poughkeepsie, was also hit with service issues Saturday and Sunday with suspended service between Croton-Harmon and Tarry town.
“Hudson Line service is suspended between Croton-Harmon and Tarrytown because of a mudslide,” Metro-North announced on its X, formerly known as Twitter, feed Saturday.
By late Sunday afternoon, some of Metro-North’s tracks hit with the mudslide were cleared with more expected to be cleared by Monday.
“Near-normal Hudson Line service is expected tomorrow [Monday] after our crews cleared two of the four tracks from Saturday’s mudslide,” according to Metro-North.
For Amtrak train schedule updates, visit amtrak.com
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