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Table 12.VI.E

New York City (NYC)
Metro-North Railroad - Statistics

 
     
  Metro-North at a Glance*
Rail lines in Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, and Rockland counties, and in Connecticut and NYC
 
  2014 Operating Budget
$1.4 Billion
 
  Annual Ridership
82,953,628
 
  Average Weekday Passengers
281,331
 
  Rail Lines
6
 
  Rail Cars
1,239
 
  Track Miles
795
 
  Rail Stations
122
 
  Employees
6,002
 
     
  *Financial data as of January 1, 2014; Statistical data for year ending December 31, 2012.  
     
 

Metro-North Railroad

 
 
  • Proud old names in the history of railroading New York Central and New York, New Haven & Hartford among them are the lineage of Metro-North, the second largest commuter railroad in the nation.
  • Metro-North's main lines the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven run northward out of Grand Central Terminal, a Beaux-Arts Manhattan landmark, into suburban New York and Connecticut. Grand Central Terminal has been completely restored and redeveloped as a retail hub a destination in its own right.
  • West of the Hudson River, Metro-North's Port Jervis, and Pascack Valley lines operate from NJ Transit's Hoboken terminal.
 
     
     
 

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Source:
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