Metro-North warns of long-term delays on its New Haven Line

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is urging all travelers to plan ahead for a prolonged lack of service.

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is urging all travelers to plan ahead for a prolonged lack of service. (9/26/13)

NEW YORK - Metro-North riders are being warned to expect long-term delays on the New Haven Line.

MTA officials say a Con Edison cable feeder is responsible for a power issue that could last up to three weeks.

Tens of thousands of New York City commuters are now dealing with limited service from Stamford to Grand Central as a result, and the trains that do run are making all local stops.

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is urging all travelers to plan ahead for a prolonged lack of service. 

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