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Southwestern Connecticut traffic updates from the staff at Hearst Connecticut Media Group

I-95 southbound slow, but trains are on time

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UPDATED at 9:40 a.m.

Metro North Railroad is reporting that all of its trains are now back on track, so to speak, after an earlier signal problem in Stamford.

There were delays of up to 20 minutes reported on New Haven Line trains reported earlier this morning by commuters headed into Grand Central Terminal.

And although Monday was the first day that the railroad began providing refunds to commuters inconvenienced by a lengthy service interruption cause by a power failure, riders were not in a forgiving mood.

There were also lengthy delays on I-95 south, from Bridgeport to Stamford.

Using data from its traffic cameras, the state DOT estimates at 9:40 a.m. that your average speed through that stretch will be 31 miles per hour.

On the Merritt, things bog down by the Route 111 and Park Avenue exits, in Bridgeport-Trumbull and open up again after Exit 42 in Westport.

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Here’s what they’re saying on the trains.

 

 

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Frank Juliano

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