Heat advisory in effect for parts of the Hudson Valley through this evening.

Hudson Line service delayed due to tree on track, buses and flights impacted by snow

The 2020 nor’easter is making travel difficult all across the Hudson Valley today.

News 12 Staff

Dec 17, 2020, 5:52 PM

Updated 1,307 days ago


On Metro-North, officials say service has resumed on the Hudson Line after a tree fell on the tracks this morning. Commuters can expect up to 30 minute delays. Also, the New Haven Line service is experiencing delays of up to 45 minutes due to weather-related conditions. All other lines are on, or close, to schedule.
If you take the bus in Westchester, Bee-Line buses and ParaTransit service are suspended until noon. Transport of Rockland bus service is experiencing delays and loop closures . And Dutchess County Public Transit say they're also suspending service until the storm ends.
At this time there are no destination-specific delays to report at Stewart airport. Same goes for the Westchester County airport.            
Both airports are advising you check with your airline directly for flight status, delays, and cancellations before heading to the airport.

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