Service between Great Neck and Port Washington was restored early Monday after a partially derailed non-passenger train was returned to the track in the Port Washington yard, the Long Island Rail Road said.
The LIRR, which is operating on a Sunday schedule because of the Memorial Day holiday, said the first westbound train operating from Port Washington after the issue was resolved was set to depart shortly after 7 a.m.
The derailment happened Sunday about 10 p.m., on an unoccupied train entering the yard, spokeswoman Marjorie Anders said.mapCheck for LIRR delaysquizTake our LIRR quiz
There were no injuries.
The LIRR sent an email around 7 a.m. Monday, announcing that full service on the Port Washington branch had been restored.
The LIRR's five regular Sunday-only westbound trains will operate Monday, including the Cannonball West departing Montauk at 6:37 p.m.
On roads Monday, traffic was mostly moving well, according to the state Department of Transportation website, informny.com, which monitors major roadways across Nassau and Suffolk counties.