Calderdale Council says roads in the area have reopened and are now passable with care following last night's flooding, but train services have been replaced by buses, which may add 60 minutes to journey times.
The council says street cleaners worked throughout the night to clear drains and will continue to remove mud and debris over the weekend.
Buses are replacing trains between Halifax, Rochdale/Preston. There is no current estimate for when a normal service will resume. Buses are now able to call at intermediate stations between Halifax and Rochdale. First TransPennine Express is accepting Northern Rail passengers between Leeds/Huddersfield and Manchester Piccadilly.
Elsewhere in West Yorkshire, the A656 Castleford to Leeds roads is closed between William Street and Eastfield Lane because of flooding.