The Metro-North New Haven service line is back up and running along with heavy delays Monday morning.
The Metro-North Railroad announced on their social media page that service has resumed after a brief suspension between the Bridgeport and Stratford locations in both directions.
New Haven Line – train service has resumed between Bridgeport and Stratford with delays of 45 to 50 minutes, due to single-tracking as a result of earlier disabled equipment. — Metro-North Railroad (@MetroNorth) June 17, 2019
Delays could amount to 50 minutes for commuters. Before the suspension lift, the delay was said to be from disabled equipment. Metro-North confirmed wire damage as the source of the delay.
New Haven Line – delays of 45 to 50 minutes due to single-tracking as a result of wire damage, between Bridgeport and Stratford. — Metro-North Railroad (@MetroNorth) June 17, 2019
Stay tuned to wtnh.com for more updates as they become available.
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