Wire Damage In Rye Disrupts Train Service Along New Haven Line

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RYE, N.Y. -- Eastbound trains on the New Haven Line are not stopping at Rye, Port Chester, Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich because of wire damage, Metro-North said on its website Thursday evening.

Customers wishing to access those stations must travel to Stamford for westbound local service to those stations.

Customers at these stations wishing to go eastbound should take a westbound train to New Rochelle for eastbound service to the destination.

The problems are due to wire damage in the vicinity of Rye, Metro-North said.

Customers should anticipate delays in both directions and listen for announcements at the stations.

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My Partner Raul an I were stuck in Greenwich Village

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jim you are RIGHT ON !!!!! For they can't even stand on a Station Platform without getting in Danger !!!! Happy July !!!!!! NO Taviation without REAL REPRESENTATION !!!!!!!

Have Congressman Himes, Governor Malloy and Senator Blumenthal issued their standard missives yet, demanding that heads must roll at MetroNorth for this newest outrage? They must be vacationing.

I hope everyone is getting to their destinations safely. Have a happy Independence Day.