The Long Island Railroad, which shares tracks at Penn Station with NJ Transit, said that Amtrak did not have work completed in time for the morning commute and had to cancel 14 trains. No word so far from NJ Transit.
Repairs to the track and equipment at one of the most complex areas of the Northeast Corridor are expected to be done by Friday while NJ Transit's executive director said Monday's derailment was not the fault of his line's equipment.
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