Metro-North expects to operate on a reduced schedule for Thursday

-FILE - Metro-North train departs State St. Station in New Haven, Feb. 18, 2014. (WTNH / Jeff Bailey)

(WTNH) — Metro-North is expecting to operate on a reduced schedule for Thursday.

The railroad announced early Thursday morning that they expect to be operating on a reduced schedule.

Along with the reduced schedule, the railroad announced that two branches, New Canaan and Danbury, will remain suspended until further notice.

Metro-North announced on twitter that the reason for the suspension of the Danbury branch is due to fallen trees.

The railroad is warning travelers that they should expect extremely crowded conditions and delays due to the aftermath of the storm.

Metro-North says passengers should check for service updates for leaving tomorrow morning at or call the Customer Information Center at 877-690-5114.

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