The Mass Transit Authority released a map via Twitter Sunday showing park-and-ride alternatives for Monday morning commuters.
In a press conference held Sunday, the MTA said that the following travel options were available:
- Orchard Beach will have 5,000 spaces and a Bus Shuttle to and from Pelham
- Yankee Stadium will have 1,500 spaces and people can walk to Yankees/E 153 station or the 4, B, and D subway
- Rye Playland will have 1,500 spaces and a bus to and from White Plains station
- Kensico Dam will have 600 spaces and a bus to and from North White Plains station. People can also walk to Valhalla station.
The MTA is also asking people to stagger their work times, or to take later trains home.
On Twitter, the MTA wrote: "#NewHavenLine trains will be very crowded tomorrow. This map shows park-and-ride alternatives."
The map shows points along the New Haven Line, and points out parking spaces and bus transport to and from New York City.
The MTA also tweeted that the Metro North schedule will still be limited. It released a statement regarding that on Sunday, and said that it has opened up 8,600 free parking spaces on park-and-ride lots to help out.
For more information on specific routes and lines, visit mta.info.
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