Amtrak, MBTA resume normal operations after storm

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Amtrak will resume most operations on the Northeast Corridor today after a Tuesday blizzard shut down movements between New York City and Boston.

Exceptions are four Acela Express trains: northbound train No. 2150 will terminate at New York Penn Station, rather than continue to Boston; trains 2151 and 2153 will originate in New York, rather than Boston, and train No. 2190 is cancelled.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is also resuming normal operations but cautions commuters to allow extra time for their trips.

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