No Fares for CT Metro-North Commuters

All fares will be waived Thursday and Friday for trains into Grand Central Station.

By Stephanie O'Connell
|  Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012  |  Updated 11:48 PM EDT
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No Fares for CT Metro-North Commuters

Metro-North will resume service between Stamford and New York's Grand Central Terminal Thursday morning, after three days of suspended service as a result of damage from Hurricane Sandy.

Governor Dannel P. Malloy  announced that all rail fares for Thursday and Friday's Metro-North rail service making rides into Grand Central will be waived for the next two days.

The fare waiver is only for trains that originate in Stamford, not trains that originate for  example in New Haven and makes a stop in Stamford.

The Gov. also reminded commuters that Metro North is still operating on limited service and to expect longer than usual wait times.

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