More trains added to Metro-North

Metro-North says it will have more trains out of Stamford this morning on its New Haven Line. The MTA says riders with monthly and weekly

STAMFORD - Metro-North says it will have more trains out of Stamford this morning on its New Haven Line.

The MTA says riders with monthly and weekly passes will get a credit toward their next tickets.

It is the first time the rail service has ever offered anything like this before.

Metro-North has been running only limited service for the past week after a power problem forced many trains between Stamford and Grand Central to be canceled.

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