Greenwich commuters have been lucky that there has been full service between Stamford and Grand Central Station since Sunday but now service is slowly returning elsewhere on the line.
Most trains will be running Monday morning, Metro-North Railroad announced on its website, mta.info <mta.info/> , on Sunday evening.
Trains will be running at a regular weekday schedule from Stamford to Grand Central Terminal. There is limited service morning peak service between New Haven and Stamford, according to the railroad. The New Canaan line (which also includes Talmadge Hill, Springdale and Glenbrook) and the Danbury line (which also includes Merritt 7, Wilton, Cannondale, Branchville, West Redding and Bethel) were to resume regular service. The Waterbury line is using buses.
Check for your train here. <as0.mta.info/mnr/schedules/sched_form.cfm>
Here is what the MTA posted on its homepage <mta.info/> :
“Metro-North Railroad will operate a regular weekday schedule on the Hudson & Harlem Lines, and to/from Stamford to Grand Central on the New Haven Line. Metro-North will resume limited AM Peak service on the New Haven Line between Stamford and New Haven. Service will also be available on the New Canaan and Danbury Branch Lines as well. Waterbury Branch Line service will remain suspended and no substitute bus service will be provided. A special schedule for Monday through 3 PM will be available later tonight on this website.”
For information on other trains, visit mta.info <mta.info/>