WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Metro-North will cut back its regular train schedule 18 percent Wednesday because of the snow-and-ice storm forecast to hit Westchester County on Wednesday and the region.
Twenty seven of the usual 154 morning rush-hour trains will be combined Wednesday, allowing the commuter railroad to hold back extra trains to pick up passengers if necessary, Metro-North announced on its website.
For Wednesday, Metro-North will operate a regular schedule with train combinations in the morning peak. Delays and additional train combinations may occur, depending upon the severity of the storm.
For detailed train schedule information, use Metro-North's interactive schedules page.
Riders are advised to take care during bad weather and allow for additional travel time. Customers should use caution when entering and exiting trains, and on platforms and staircases.
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