The recording devices will deter bad driver behavior and help accident investigators, the MTA said.

The move comes a week after a report found safety issues with Metro-North, which had a recent fatal derailment in the Bronx.

The incident caused extended delays to the morning rush hour commute on the Port Jefferson Branch.

Service was suspended on the Main Line between Ronkonkoma and Farmingdale while police were on the scene.

The LIRR will replace electric trains with diesel service due to snow and ice accumulation.

“We can’t predict right now what the [evening] peak is going to look like."

Service was temporarily suspended between Port Jefferson and Huntington.

The victim was fatally struck one train stop away from Hicksville, where another man was hit and killed by a train one day prior.

The victim was fatally struck during the Thursday morning peak.