Long Island Rail Road passengers are still experiencing some delays and crowding in the aftermath of a derailment in Queens.
LIRR spokesman Sal Arena said track-clearing and repairs will continue at least through the Monday evening rush hour.
The derailment happened Sunday when part of a Huntington-bound train went off the tracks, just west of the Jamaica stop. No one was injured.
One jackknifed car remained on the tracks Monday afternoon.
The railroad serves about 110,000 rush-hour customers.