Repairs progressing on Metro-North

Metro-North officials say work on fixing broken train cars is going faster than anticipated.Crews are working on more than a dozen cars at a time

NEW HAVEN - Metro-North officials say work on fixing broken train cars is going faster than anticipated.

Crews are working on more than a dozen cars at a time at the rail yard in New Haven.

Officials say during its peak, more than half of the cars were out of service.

Metro-North has been running on a reduced schedule while the problems get fixed.

Officials say they're getting about 20 cars on line each day, which means more seats and less standing.

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