ALBANY (AP) - Amtrak is restoring service on a modified schedule between Albany and New York City after repairing some track damage from Superstorm Sandy.
The rail company says Friday it expects to continue to update schedules on the line over the weekend and into Monday.
The routes that have been knocked out since Monday's storm are Empire Service between New York and Buffalo-Niagara Falls, the Adirondack to Montreal, and the Ethan Allen Express to Rutland, Vt.
The Maple Leaf will run only between Toronto and Albany-Rensselaer.
Amtrak says repair work is continuing, but there's no estimate of when it will be completed.