The Long Island Rail Road is operating "on or close to schedule" following delays caused by power-related signal issues near Jamaica, the railroad said Friday morning.

The railroad had been experiencing 10- to 15-minute delays systemwide, the railroad said.

The railroad said at 7:25 a.m. that normal stopping patterns on the Port Washington Branch had resumed, after saying that trains would stop at Woodside due to the signal loss.

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