New Haven Line Normal Schedule Resumes After Cancelled, Combined Trains Due to Stamford Project

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A train at the Port Chester, N.Y. station (picture by Titanosaurus at English Wikipedia)

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Full, regular train service returns to the New Haven Line on Monday after constricted service, including cancelled and combined trains, as the result of a project to replace the Atlantic Street Bridge, Metro-North announced on Sunday.

Here’s the Metro-North announcement:

For Monday, July 8, Metro-North expects to operate regular New Haven Line service as a result of the good progress being made by the Connecticut Department of Transportation to replace the Atlantic Street Bridge in Stamford.

For New Canaan Branch customers, train service will resume during Peak periods and Off-Peak Substitute busing for New Canaan shuttles will continue.

Starting Monday, July 8, please refer to our new New Haven Timetable (July 8 through Sept. 28) for schedule details go here.

The special ConnDOT construction schedule remains in effect through the remainder of […] Sunday July 7.

Thank you for your patience while ConnDOT completes this important bridge replacement.

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