Stamford commute changes

Officials said two trains collided in Fairfield, Conn.,

Officials said two trains collided in Fairfield, Conn., following a derailment shortly after 6 p.m. Friday night. (May 17, 2013) (Credit: News 12 Connecticut)

PARKING:
As a result of Fridays Metro North Train accident, the City of Stamford will accommodate commuters impacted by this accident at all three City Garages, Bell, Bedford and Summer.

TRANSIT:
Metro-North has announced that train service for Sunday, May 19, will be the same as it has been on Saturday, May 18. Service will remain suspended between South Norwalk and New Haven until further notice. Hourly service between South Norwalk Station and Grand Central Terminal will be provided. Regular service will operate between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal. Regular service will be in effect on the New Canaan and Danbury Branches. Bus service will be in effect between Waterbury and Bridgeport with no train connections.

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