MTA will credit Metro-North riders after power failure along New Haven line

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In a special meeting Tuesday the MTA has voted to credit Metro-North riders following a power failure last week that largely knocked out service along the New Haven line,

Passengers who were without service should hold onto their tickets — weekly pass holders will be given new passes, and monthly pass holders will receive a pro-rated price next month.

Metro North Riders

Metro North’s New Haven Line will see reduced service through October 7th with possible restoration, officials say, by October 8th.

Metro-North Railroad offered a limited amount of additional rail service for travel on Tuesday morning. It is expected that the railroad will operate as it did on Monday with about 50% the number of trains. Park and Ride lots have been set up that will assist customers traveling into Manhattan.

Metro-North has set up a webpage with the latest information.