Update: Wednesday 9:50 p.m. —

Starting Thursday, November 1, close to regularly scheduled service will be provided on the Harlem Line between Mount Kisco and Grand Central Terminal and on the New Haven Line between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal.

See the Harlem Line schedule.

See the New Haven Line schedule.

Parking will be limited. Bridgeplates may be used at some New Haven Line stations. Customers should use caution getting on and off trains.

Hudson Line service will remain suspended due to extensive storm damage.

Update: Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. — Metro-North will resume service between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal Thursday according to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

Service will be limited, Mr. Malloy said about half the routine number of weekday trains should be expected.

Wednesday, 1:45 p.m. — While the MTA announced some Metro-North Railroad service would resume Wednesday afternoon, it will not include service in Connecticut on the New Haven Line.

As of 2 p.m., Metro-North will restore limited service on its Harlem Line between North White Plains and Grand Central Terminal, the railroad announced Wednesday. The service will operate every hour.

Hudson and New Haven Line continue to be suspended.  See mta.info  for details.

Off-peak fares will also be in effect. Customers should hold onto their October monthly and weekly tickets; they will be valid for travel through Monday, Nov. 5.

There is still no word on when New Haven Line service will resume.

As of the railroad's last report, there are still power outages, debris and other problems along Connecticut's train line to New York City.