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With train service curtailed, commuters turn to buses

Bus lines increased their service between Boston and New York Monday to handle an overflow of passengers following last week’s train derailment in Connecticut that suspended Amtrak services between the two cities.

Metro-North Railroad, which operates the rail and the two commuter trains that collided Friday, said regular train service on the lines would be restored by Wednesday morning. Amtrak, which is providing limited train service to New Haven and no service to New York, said it would resume service on Wednesday as well.

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