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Boston-NYC Amtrak To Resume Wednesday

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Amtrak announced Monday evening that regular train service between Boston and New York City will resume on Wednesday.

As Amtrak details in its service alert:

Amtrak service between New Haven, Conn., and New York was suspended indefinitely following an incident involving Metro-North Railroad trains near Bridgeport, Conn., on Friday, May 17.

Trains heading southbound from Boston have been stopping at New Haven, following the Metro-North derailment. Amtrak has then been providing bus service for customers from New Haven to New York’s Grand Central Station.

Amtrak says passengers who bought tickets but did not travel due to the service disruption can get a refund or travel voucher.

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