Amtrak service suspended from New York to Boston, New Haven
NEW YORK — Amtrak service has been temporarily suspended from New York to Boston and New York to New Haven after reported power outages.
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An emergency notification sent by New York City announced the passenger rail service was being suspended between New York and Boston in both directions due to “an overload problem” shortly before 7 p.m. Thursday.
The announcement came after numerous passengers took to social media to question long waits at New York’s Penn Station for New Jersey Transit trains and Amtrak service.
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“Due to an earlier incident at a substation, power outages have required adjustments to be made to several trains,” Amtrak said in a tweet. ”Cancellations and numerous lengthy delays have been experienced.”