Commuter railroads mostly operating normally as storm hits Northeast

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NEW YORK — Rail systems in the Northeast are operating with some delays and schedule alterations in light of a storm forecast to drop up to 10 inches of snow in New York City.

As of 8:20 a.m. EST, New York’s MTA is reporting some delays on the Metro-North New Haven Line, and cancellations of two other Metro-North trains. The MTA website reports “good service” on all other commuter lines. Check for more information.

NJ Transit is experiencing some delays and cancellations; system-wide cross-honoring of ticket and passes is in effect on rail, bus, and light rail, as well as private buses, throughout the day. Check the travel alerts page at for more details.

CTRail reports its Hartford Line is operating on or near schedule.

In the Philadelphia area, SEPTA commuter rail is operating a Saturday schedule. Details are available here.

In the Boston area, the MBTA reports it is running regular commuter rail and subway service as of 8 am. EST, but the Mattapan Trolley has been replaced by shuttle buses.

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