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Trains Back to Normal at Penn Station After Repair Project Ends

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Summer of hell or summer of swell? Andrew Siff was on the ground with commuters as normal service returned to Penn Station.

    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017)

    What to Know

    • NJ Transit, LIRR and Amtrak trains resumed their normal schedules at Penn Station Tuesday after Amtrak's summertime track repair project

    • Discounts that had been in effect are also over

    • Predictions back in the spring couldn't have been more dire, but many rail riders say their commutes went surprisingly fine

    Full service has resumed on commuter rail lines into New York's Penn Station after a two-month repair project.

    New Jersey Transit, Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak trains resumed their normal schedules on Tuesday.

    Amtrak wrapped up an extensive summertime track repair project at New York's Penn Station on Thursday that officials had warned could create an infernal bottleneck in the nation's busiest rail hub.

    Predictions back in the spring couldn't have been more dire, but many rail riders say their commutes went surprisingly fine.

    Trains Back to Normal After Penn Station Repairs

    [NY] Trains Back to Normal After Penn Station Repairs
    Full service has resumed on commuter rail lines into New York's Penn Station after a two-month repair project. Lori Bordonaro reports.
    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017)

    Trains on NJ Transit's Morris & Essex lines that had been diverted to Hoboken are back on their regular schedule.

    Discounts that had been in effect are also over.


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