FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Metro-North trains from Stamford to Grand Central Terminal will be free for all passengers Thursday and Friday, Gov. Dannel Malloy says.
Service resumed between Stamford and New York on Thursday. The limited service represents about half of the normal weekday service, and Malloy was urging people to work from home if possible.
"The limited service applies only to trains that originate in Stamford — not, for example, a train that normally originates in New Haven and stops in Stamford, and then proceeds to Grand Central," says a press release from the governor's office.
Trips also are free for passengers headed from Grand Central to Stamford.
Malloy said on Wednesday that some service may be restored to New Haven on Friday.
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