ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Albany-to-New York City rail service is scheduled to return to normal Tuesday after being suspended because of the arctic cold.
Amtrak shut down its Empire Service between New York City and Albany as a precaution Monday because some signals and switches were frozen. The Ethan Allen Express to Rutland, Vt., was also canceled.
Trains to Montreal, Chicago and Toronto operated normally.
The Ethan Allen will run between Albany and New York City Tuesday, with buses carrying passengers between Albany and Rutland.
Passengers on the route from Niagara Falls to New York should check for a schedule change involving one train.
The National Weather Service said early morning low temperatures reached double digits below zero across much of upstate New York.