Weekday trips start at 1:04am with the last trip at 12:06am. Weekend trips start at 1:04am with the last trip at 12:06am and most often run about every 1 hour.*
Weekend trips most often run about every 1 hour.
Daily trips have at most 22 stops with a total travel time of about 1 hour 11 minutes.
Regular service that falls on a holiday is never completely dropped for dates within the current data publication.
Independence Day 2022 trips start at 12:20am with the last trip at 11:56pm and most often run about every 1 hour. Labor Day 2022 trips start at 12:20am with the last trip at 12:01am and most often run about every 1 hour. Columbus Day 2022, Election Day 2022, and Veterans Day 2022 trips start at 12:20am with the last trip at 11:56pm.
Select in Stop Times for more specific holiday information.
*Some trips may carryover to the next day; service dates are assumed over at 3:59am. Holidays are not necessarily observed and service may not be different from the usual for the day.
Metro-North Railroad provides transit services in New York.
Today, with 384 route miles and 775 miles of track, Metro-North goes to 124 stations distributed in seven counties in New York State--Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Bronx, New York (Manhattan), Rockland, and Orange-and two counties in the state of Connecticut--New Haven and Fairfield.
Online includes: Train Time stop predictions (Rail). Trip updates (Rail). Alerts with system-wide, all lines, per line, and per stop options (All Travel Modes). Metro-North All Travel Modesroad On Twitter with the all lines option (All Travel Modes). MTA Service Status Advisories. @MTA. News with the system-wide option (Rail).
You can access any of these services from Stop Times, Route Map / Vehicle Locations, or the Online area.