At 9:08 a.m., Metro-North reported that trains are now running “on or close to schedule.:
For about three hours Wednesday morning, EASTBOUND trains through the vicinity of Bridgeport were running up to 15 minutes
The railroad saids the delay was caused by “wire damage.”
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A check showed some westbound trains are also running late. The 7:55 in Stamford was running 11 minutes late, then later “cancelled.”
Judging from the pissed-off tweets, there appears to be other “issues” with Metro-North this morning …
MikeyP tweeted: “7:12 from STAM to GCT 10-15 min late. I hate you”
Paul Seucec tweeted: “good job with no announcement of track change for 7:09 out of Stratford thus morning”
David Durgy asked: “@MetroNorth Any thoughts as to why Stratford station didn’t announce 7:29 NH bound wasn’t stopping in Milford?”
“It seems like @MetroNorth is still on vacation. Another 15 late train & another day having to apologize for being late to a meeting.” tweeted John Clair.
“@MetroNorth Really dropping the ball with these train schedules ever since the derailment #commuterproblems #solate,” tweeted Brittany Blasone.
Tri-state commute asked: “@MetroNorth why do we pay hundreds of dollars to be late, stand, sit on the floor and have the occasional hot car?!”