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Metro-North service restored out of and into Grand Central

by Benjamin Kabak

Update (3:53 p.m.): The MTA has announced that Metro-North service into and out of Grand Central Terminal has been restored following a fire across the 138th St. Lift bridge. Right now, off-peak service is running on two of the four tracks across the bridge as officials continue to assess the damage, and trains are subject to delays and cancellations throughout the evening rush. While northbound commuters can now leave Manhattan via Grand Central again, commuters are advised to leave plenty of time for their evening commutes.

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Fred September 20, 2010 - 2:55 pm

What about the commuters that are now at Yankee Stadium tying for the New Haven Line??

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