Limited Metro-North service on the Harlem Line will resume on Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.
The resumed service, according to the governor's update (via the MTA, will run from Grand Central Terminal to Mount Kisco, at "close to regularly) scheduled service..."
Metro-North was suspended earlier this week in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, which devasated the region. Limited service will also be restored on the New Haven Line, according to the governor's update (via MTA), running from Grand Central to Stamford. The Hudson Line, which suffered damage from Sandy, is still closed.
In New York City, limited subway service will be in effect, according to the MTA. The map can be found on its website.
Cuomo's full announcement, which is a status update on Metro-North, subways and other MTA services, can be found on the MTA's website.