Con Edison crews test temporary measures along powerless New Haven Line to ease commuter frustrations during Monday morning commute

Crews say they're not confident they can get

Crews say they're not confident they can get more trains up and running by Monday. (September 28, 2013 6:04 PM)

Metro-North says one train will run hourly this weekend between Stamford and New York City to accommodate riders as crews continue their work on the New Haven Line. The hourly service will operate between Stamford and Grand Central Station all weekend. As for the stations north of Stamford, a train will depart every hour from New Haven and make all local stops. Con Edison crews spent the afternoon...

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