Train services suspended by Ida flooding resuming Friday

Trains

(WTNH) — Trains are expected to resume normal or close to normal services Friday. Most forms of transportation in CT experienced delays or service suspensions due to Ida’s remnants causing flooding and extensive damage statewide on Thursday.

Metro-North Railroad services are expected to resume operation Friday. Full-length service will be restored for the New Haven Line and Harlem Line. New York trains will operate on an enhanced weekend schedule, starting at 5 a.m. Grand Central Terminal should reopen at 6:30 a.m.

Amtrak will return scheduled service to the Northeast Corridor on Friday, Sept. 3, including Acela, Northeast Regional, Keystone Service, Springfield Service and Vermonter trains.

Empire Service and Ethan Allen Express trains remain canceled between Albany and New York City on Friday. Additionally, Train 66 will originate in Washington, DC, instead of Newport News, VA.

CTrail Hartford Line and Shoreline East will resume normal operations Friday.

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