Waterbury line – Bus service to Bridgeport, no train connection

One of the trains involved in a collision Friday, May 17, sits atop the trestle over Fairfield Avenue in Bridgeport shortly after the crash. (John Kovach Photo)

Train service remains disrupted Saturday, May 18, after two Metro-North trains collided at the Bridgeport-Fairfield border Friday night, May 17.

Metro-North service is suspended between South Norwalk and New Haven until further notice. Reduced, hourly service will operate between South Norwalk station (departing 39 minutes after the hour) and Grand Central Terminal (departing 7 minutes after the hour).

Regular service will operate between Stamford and Grand Central Terminal. Regular service will be in effect on the New Canaan and Danbury branches.

Bus service will be in effect between Waterbury and Bridgeport, with no train connections.

Yankee game day service will be in effect between Stamford and Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station.

Schedule information can be found at mta.info.

“Customers should anticipate crowded trains due to reduced service, and, if possible, use the Harlem Line as an alternative,” according to the MTA website.

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