Amtrak trains running in New York City and Boston will stop operating at midnight Monday and be replaced by a $3.3 billion, seven-day schedule.
The New York-Newark-Jersey Central train is expected to be the first of its kind, with the train running from midtown Manhattan to the Hudson River, then to the Long Island Rail Road and back.
New Jersey Transit, which operates Amtrak trains to and from Newark Airport, said it was not immediately aware of any other planned Amtrak service disruptions.
Amtrak’s first seven-days schedule runs from the end of May through mid-July.
The schedule is subject to change.
In New York, the New York Stock Exchange will open at 7 p.m.
EST (1700 GMT), while in Boston, the Boston Common will close at 5 a.m., and the Longfellow Bridge will close between the New England Maritime Academy and the South End at 5 p.