STAMFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) – Metro-North is restoring full service Monday on its New Haven main line.

Commuters can expect a normal schedule during the morning and evening rush.

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Three of the five tracks were out of service for nine days as they were being rebuilt.

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For people traveling on the New Canaan line, train service will resume during peak travel, with buses during off-peak.

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The changes are all part of a Connecticut Department of Transportation project to rebuild the Atlantic Street Bridge in downtown Stamford.