After the devastating train derailment near Spuyten Duyvil earlier today, the MTA announced plans along the Hudson Line. The MTA said, "For Monday, December 2, limited Hudson Line service will operate due to the train derailment in the vicinity of Spuyten Duyvil station. Harlem and New Haven Line service will operate regular schedules; customers should expect delays and crowded conditions," and added, "People who do not have to travel are urged to telecommute or carpool if possible."
Here are details from the MTA:
For southbound service, limited train service will operate between Poughkeepsie and Yonkers stations only and connect with shuttle bus service to Van Cortlandt Park-242 Street for No. 1 Subway service into Manhattan.
For northbound service between Yonkers and Poughkeepsie stations only, customers should take the S Shuttle from Grand Central to Times Square for No. 1 Subway Service to Van Cortlandt Park-242 Street. Bus service will operate to Yonkers Station and connect with limited train service to Poughkeepsie.
Special schedules to/from Yonkers and Poughkeepsie stations are posted on the schedules page. Customers are encouraged to ride the Harlem and New Haven Lines as an alternative. Hudson Line tickets will be cross honored for these services. NJ Transit will cross honor Hudson Line tickets on Port Jervis Line trains.
For more information, check MTA.info. Four people died in this morning's derailment; dozens more were injured. The investigation into what caused the incident is ongoing, but the train operator allegedly claimed the brakes didn't work.