NEW YORK – Power has been fully restored at Grand Central Terminal just in time for the morning commute.
Metro-North Railroad said on Twitter there's complete power at the transit hub and the lower level is open.
Grand Central Terminal lost partial power on the lower level. No trains were delayed or canceled due to the outage.
The MTA says the power outage was caused by a burst 6-inch-diameter pipe in an underground transformer house. Crews were able to repair the leak and restore the infrastructure.
Crews are still working on removing snow and ice at all stations and platforms.