WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Train service was restored at about 9 a.m. Thursday along the New Haven Line, Metro-North announced via Twitter.
"Please be advised that all repairs have been made to the Walk Bridge. Train Service has been restored between SoNo and East Norwalk," Metro-North said.
"Customers should anticipate delays/crowded conditions due to significant congestion in the vicinity of SoNo," Metro-North said.
A conductor at the Fairfield station said trains were backed up along the New Haven Line. His train departed at about 9:10 a.m., after trains ahead of his were moving.
Train service through Norwalk was disrupted for about three hours total, stopping trains in both directions in that area while the bridge was repaired.
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