Amtrak's popular Acela train will resume limited service between Boston and New York City on Monday, WCVB writes.
“We’re glad that we’re able to run what we can, and make sure that folks can get to where they’re going,” Amtrak spokesman Craig Schulz told the Boston Globe on Sunday.
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The first train southbound train was scheduled to depart at 6:05 Monday morning, while the first northbound train left at 7:25, according to WCVB.
Full travel plans will be available by Tuesday, according to authorities.
Service was delayed earlier this week when the route was forced to shut down due to electrical difficulties.
According to the Globe, any passengers who bought Acela tickets but chose not to travel because of the service disruption can receive a refund or travel voucher by visitingamtrak.com.
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