NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is advising Long Island Rail Road customers to expect canceled and diverted trains as well as delays during the morning rush hour on Monday.

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The service disruptions are due to the derailment of a non-passenger train in the railroad’s Westside Yard.

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The MTA said crews will be working overnight to re-rail the derailed cars.

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Monday is also the first day that many commuters will see an increase in fares for the Long Island Rail Road. The MTA hiked fares for tickets by 4 percent beginning Sunday.