LIRR service resumes following signal problems

NEW YORK (AP) — Service on the Long Island Rail Road is getting back to normal after the evening's rush hour commute was hit with delays and cancellations due to a signal problem in one of the East River tunnels.

The railroad says some riders can expect delays of 10 to 15 minutes Monday night.

Westbound service, which had been suspended between Jamaica and Penn Station and Woodside and Penn Station, has been restored.