October 26, 2010 by staff
A low-speed derailment at 10:30 pm today, inside Penn Station, has caused headaches.
About 300 passengers were asked to board the train and wait at the station. No casualties were reported
Train LIRR (Long Island Railroad) are the oldest trains in the country. CBS New York suggests that the aging infrastructure may delay the return to service.
NJ Transit is advising passengers that the wait between trains can be as much as 30 minutes.
There is no estimate for full restoration service is available at this time.
Amtrak and Metro-North Railroad have coordinated a railway bridge between the Grand Central Terminal in New York and the Croton Harmon station, with alternative bus transportation is also available between Grand Central and Penn Station in New York.
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