Multiple Metro-North lines suspended due to weather

Metro-North railroad car. (WTNH)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Multiple lines for Metro-North have been suspended until further notice on Wednesday night.

The rail service announced that the Metro-North Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Line branch services would be suspended due to “multiple storm-related infrastructure issues.”

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Metro-North says the weather was impacting the service’s ability to safely operate trains.

It is not yet known when service to these lines will resume.

Metro-North is asking riders to check its website for updates.

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