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Metro-North's Port Jervis line back on track post-Irene
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A milestone of sorts Sunday for Metro-North; for the first time since Hurricane Irene, trains along the Port Jervis line are operating on a full schedule.
Nearly 14 miles of track were destroyed during the hurricane.
Since the storm in late August, the MTA has worked to repair the tracks.
Trains have been running for some time, but Sunday marked the first day that the Port Jervis line returned to its pre-storm schedule.
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