TZB Span Removal To Impact Metro North Train Service

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IRVINGTON, NY — Removal of a span of the old Tappan Zee Bridge this weekend will affect Metro-North Railroad service. The MTA said that from Friday evening, Nov. 10 through Saturday morning, Nov. 11 Tappan Zee Constructors will be removing a span from the old bridge above the Hudson Line in Tarrytown as part of the New NY Bridge project.

This work is necessary in order to complete construction of the second span of the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. All traffic is now on the first span of the new bridge.

During the overnight operation, Tappan Zee Constructors will use its largest floating crane to carefully remove a 235-foot section of the old bridge's steel span above Metro-North's tracks and place it on a barge in the Hudson River for disposition.

To accommodate the work, train service will not operate on the Hudson Line between the Irvington and Tarrytown stations from approximately midnight Friday, Nov. 10, until 7 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11.

During this time, buses will substitute for trains between Yonkers and Tarrytown Stations. Customers should expect an additional 30 minutes in travel time.

The MTA said customers should plan their travel accordingly by either traveling earlier in the evening or later in the morning when the bus operation is not in effect.

From Metro-North:

Northbound: Friday night, Nov. 10:

For customers traveling to Tarrytown Station and stations north to Poughkeepsie after 11 p.m., train service will be provided to Yonkers Station. At Yonkers, customers will be able to transfer to an express bus to Tarrytown Station. At Tarrytown Station, customers will board train service to Poughkeepsie, making all station stops.

For customers traveling to stations between Yonkers and Irvington, local shuttle train service will be provided only as far as Irvington station.
Customers traveling from Glenwood, Greystone, Hastings, Dobbs Ferry and Ardsley Stations to Tarrytown and stations north to Poughkeepsie will take a local train to Irvington. At Irvington, customers will be able to transfer to bus service to Tarrytown Station for continuing train service to Poughkeepsie, making all station stops.
Northbound service operates normally on Saturday morning, November 11.
Customers can view a detailed schedule at this link.

Southbound: Friday Night, November 10, and Saturday morning, November 11:

For southbound customers traveling to Yonkers and stations south to Grand Central Terminal, train service will be provided to Tarrytown Station. At Tarrytown, customers will be able to transfer to an express bus to Yonkers Station for continuing train service to Grand Central.

Southbound customers traveling to Irvington, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings, Greystone and Glenwood will take the train to Tarrytown and transfer to bus service to Irvington where local train service will be provided.
Regular train service between Irvington and Tarrytown will resume after 6:30 a.m.
Customers can view a detailed schedule at this link.

Customers are advised that there is a possibility that the work could be delayed until late Saturday night into Sunday morning due to weather or unforeseen conditions.

Photo credit: Thruway Authority.

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