ROME, N.Y. -- The train station in Rome is back open.
The temporary walkway that was needed for the station to reopen is complete.
In July, part of the ceiling collapsed in the passenger tunnel leading to the platform.
The station had been closed ever since until this temporary walkway could be built.
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