NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) -- Limited bus and train service remains in effect tonight on Metro-North's New Haven Line.
Service remains at about one-third of the normal weekday levels, and trains have been jam packed with passengers at times today.
The following schedule changes will be in effect for tonight's off-peak and peak service, Metro-North said:
Off Peak Service:
From Grand Central:
- Trains every half hour at :04 and :34 after the hour making all local stops to Stamford.
- Hourly connections at Stamford for train service to New Haven.
To Grand Central:
- Hourly shuttle service between New Haven and Stamford departing at :45 after the hour.
- Local train service operating every half hour between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal.
For PM Peak Service:
From Grand Central to Stamford/New Haven:
- Limited service from Grand Central direct to Stamford with connections to New Haven provided every 20-30 minutes.
- Harlem Line Service to White Plains Station with express bus service to Rye Station for local train service between Rye and Stamford operating every 20-30 minutes
From Grand Central to Harrison:
- Limited train service operating every 30 minutes from Grand Central to New Rochelle, Larchmont, Mamaroneck and Harrison Stations
Buses will be used on the Waterbury branch, and limited shuttle train service will operate on the Danbury and New Canaan Branches, Metro-North said.
The service has been disrupted since Wednesday morning because of the failure of an electric feeder line from Con Edison. It could take weeks to repair, but Con Ed and the MTA are working on alternate power sources for the electric train fleet.
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