Metro-North back to normal after mudslide

Metro-North trains are back on track after heavy rains caused a mudslide near the Riverdale station Tuesday.

Officials say the mudslide occurred around 7:30 a.m. Service was changed because the tracks were covered in mud, making travel difficult for many morning commuters.

Trains were forced to bypass certain stations, taking some commuters to Yonkers in order to transfer. All northbound trains on the Hudson Line were boarding on opposite platforms through the afternoon.

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