The Metro-North train schedule for the NYC Metro can be found on the website for the Metropolitan Transit Authority. Metro-North lines west of the Hudson River travel through areas, such as Port Jervis and Pascack Valley. Lines that travel east of the Hudson River go through areas, such as Harlem, Hudson and New Haven, Conn.
The Metro-North Commuter Railroad is a five-line suburban train service that covers 385 passenger miles. It connects New York City to suburbs of Connecticut and upstate New York. As of 2015, Metro-North has 122 stations. Three of Metro-North's lines connect the east side of the river to Grand Central Station. The other two lines connect the west side of the river to New York City by way of Hoboken Station in New Jersey.