NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Long Island Rail Road service has been restored on the Port Washington branch following an earlier suspension.

Service was suspended around 6 a.m. Wednesday between Port Washington and Great Neck because of a broken rail in the Port Washington train yard.

Riders were urged to consider alternate routes, like the Oyster Bay branch or using Mineola Station.

The MTA will cross-honor tickets for Port Washington branch customers at Flushing-Main Street and Woodside.