MTA Metro-North Railroad and the New York City Department of Transportation have designed improvements at the Spuyten Duyvil Station to allow more space for bus queues and to improve the general traffic flow on Edsall Avenue.
As ridership continues to grow at the Spuyten Duyvil train station, traffic grows too. Each day a thousand people a day board southbound trains there and more than half get to the station by the Hudson RailLink bus. The rest walk or get dropped off. A minority drive and park in one of the approximately 100 free parking spaces owned by New York City.
In an effort to improve pedestrian and vehicle circulation, safety and security in and around the Hudson RailLink bus stop, two parking spaces on Edsall Avenue and eight parallel parking spaces adjacent to the New York City Parks Department
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