MTA Service Status

Danbury Line Customers
BUSING  Posted: 05/17/2020  7:48AM

Effective Friday, April 17, 2020, Metro-North employees and customers traveling on Metro-North Railroad in New York state are required to wear face masks or coverings. This change is pursuant to the April 15 Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo executive order requiring anyone traveling in public who cannot social distance to wear a face covering unless they cannot medically tolerate it. Connecticut customers are also urged to wear a face covering during this time. Please remember to practice social distancing in stations and on platforms, use all open doors to board your train, and sit as far as possible from other customers after boarding the train. This change will help to ensure a safe environment for essential workers riding with us. Please stay home and only travel if you absolutely need to. Train service is for essential personnel only. See the executive order here, https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/no-20217-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency .

BUSING  Posted: 05/16/2020 10:02PM

Danbury Branch: Substitute Busing, Effective Sat., May 16, Until Further Notice Effective Saturday, May 16, 2020, substitute busing will replace all trains on the Danbury Branch. This change in service will support track work and other important infrastructure improvements. --- Please note, the 4:52 AM departing Danbury making all stops to South Norwalk, will only run Monday-Friday. Buses will depart up to 40 minutes earlier than scheduled train times. All buses will be disinfected throughout the course of the day. Customers should wear masks or face coverings and will be seated in a manner to maintain appropriate social distancing. For details, see http://web.mta.info/mnr/pdf/05-07-20_DanburyBusing_v6.pdf Thank you for your patience while we conduct these important improvements. For additional schedule information, please visit http://www.mta.info/mnr or https://new.mta.info/. Train service is for essential employees only. Please stay home, flatten the curve, stop the spread.