Metro-North Riders Take Buses During Rail Repair

May 21 (Bloomberg) -- Workers at the Metro-North Railroad station in Bridgeport, Connecticut, direct commuters to lines of buses bound for South Norwalk while repairs continue on severely damaged sections of the Metro-North railroad line. The New Haven line will resume regular service in time for tomorrow’s morning commute, five days after a derailment in Connecticut involving 16 cars knocked out part of the busiest U.S. rail corridor and left more than 75 people injured. (Source: Bloomberg)

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