Croton-Harmon Train Station Renovations Are Complete
Renovations have been completed at one of the larger Metro-North stations in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that MTA Metro-North Railroad has completed renovation of the Croton-Harmon station’s customer waiting area. The $3.6 million project involved both structural renovations and aesthetic improvements. There is a more energy efficient LED lighting system. Plus, the station layout is streamlined with ticket vending machines relocated to near the ticket window, which was rebuilt. The station renovation was completed with funding from the MTA Capital Program, with a contribution of $300,000 of MTA capital reserve funds from Assemblywoman Sandy Galef.