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Country's Busiest Train Station Begins Repairs
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10 Jul 2017 11:41 AM EST

Thousands of commuters heading into New York on Monday were confronted with major changes at Penn Station, during the first day of two months of repairs at the country's busiest train station. Governor Andrew Cuomo has predicted it will be a "summer of hell" at the commuter hub. The construction was initially scheduled for nights and weekends spanning a few years, but two recent derailments convinced Amtrak to speed up the work schedule. The work means fewer trains during peak periods and more crowded trains. The construction is scheduled to last through the end of August.

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