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Connecticut DOT, Metro-North announce plans for commutes

One of two trains damaged in a collision Friday sits on the tracks at the Fairfield-Bridgeport line Saturday afternoon. Though the cars have been removed, work to rebuild tracks will affect commuting for some time, officials said. (Julie Miller Photo)

One of two trains damaged in a collision Friday sits on the tracks at the Fairfield-Bridgeport line Saturday afternoon. Though the cars have been removed, work to rebuild tracks will affect commuting for some time, officials said. (Julie Miller Photo)

The state Department of Transportation and Metro-North Railroad Sunday released plans for commuting in the wake of Friday’s train derailment and collision at the Bridgeport-Fairfield line.

The final cars were being removed Sunday, but extensive work is needed to repair and build damaged tracks.

The service plan requires buses in some locations.

“Customers should understand that their commuting times will be considerably longer in many cases,” according to the statement, which can be found atwww.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?A=1373&Q=524974.

The plan is effective Monday, May 20, and until further notice.

AM Peak to Grand Central

  • A shuttle train operating approximately every 20 minutes between New Haven and Bridgeport Station
  • Between Bridgeport and Stamford Stations, two bus shuttles will operate:
  • Express service from Bridgeport to Stamford Station with regular train connections to Grand Central Terminal
  • Local service between Bridgeport, Fairfield Metro, Fairfield and Westport Stations (no bus service from Green’s Farms and Southport Stations)
  • Limited train service from Westport Station
  • Regular train service from South Norwalk Station to Grand Central Terminal

AM and PM Reverse Peak/Off-Peak Service

  • For the AM/PM Peak: Limited train service between Grand Central Terminal and Westport Station
  • For the Off-Peak: Regular train service between Grand Central Terminal and Westport Station
  • Loop bus service with connections between Bridgeport, Fairfield, Fairfield Metro and Westport Stations (no bus service from Green’s Farms and Southport Stations)
  • A train shuttle operating approximately every 20 minutes between Bridgeport and New Haven Stations

PM Peak to New Haven

  • Regular train service from Grand Central Terminal to South Norwalk Station
  • Express bus service from South Norwalk to Bridgeport Station
  • Limited train service from Grand Central Terminal to Westport Station
  • Local bus shuttle service between Westport, Fairfield, Fairfield Metro and Bridgeport Stations (no bus service from Green’s Farms and Southport Stations)
  • A train shuttle operating approximately every 20 minutes between Bridgeport and New Haven Stations

Regular train service will operate on the New Canaan, Danbury and Waterbury Branches.

Train schedule information can be found on the schedules page atwww.mta.info or the Connecticut DOT website, www.ct.gov/dot.

Customers should know before they go:

  • Travel times will be significantly longer than normal and trains will be significantly crowded
  • Metro-North representatives will be at major New Haven Line (NHL) stations to assist customers
  • New Haven Line riders east of South Norwalk are encouraged to seek alternative ways to get to and from work or stagger their work schedule
  • If possible, customers are advised to use the Harlem Line as an alternative. New Haven Line rail tickets will be cross-honored
  • ConnDOT will cross-honor New Haven Line pre-paid rail tickets (as a temporary Bus/Rail uniticket) on I-95 Corridor Bus Service
  • Metro-North will cross-honor Amtrak tickets
  • Commuters may sign up for free email or text message updates atmta.info.
  • Updates will be posted at mta.info and on local media when provided by the MTA.
  • Information can be obtained by dialing 511 and saying “Metro-North.” The Travel Information Center will be fully staffed, and there will also be a taped message describing current service conditions. The volume of calls at the Travel Information Center is expected to dramatically increase during an emergency, and callers may experience delays getting through.
  • Announcements will be made at stations.
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