Metro-North had some technical problems with its station monitors for about three hours Thursday morning.
The monitors provide information on train delays or schedule changes.
The cellular LCD monitors also display the next nine trains that arrive at the station, the stops they will make, departure times, real-time train status and track information.
Shortly after 7 a.m., it sent out an advisory saying “we are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our station monitors.”
Most of the monitor problems were at the Stamford, Croton-Harmon, White Plains, 125th Street and Fordham stations.
The railroad advised people to visit www.mta.info or use the Metro-North TrainTime App.
Just before 10 a.m., it said the problem had been resolved.