Amtrak stations in Lancaster County reopened Monday, nearly 10 weeks after the rail service suspended major lines, affecting trips to popular stops like New York, Philadelphia and Harrisburg.

Few riders showed up to the Lancaster city station on McGovern Avenue on Monday morning, and waiting spaces were still virtually empty.

As passengers boarded trains, Amtrak attendants reminded them to wear a mask and to social distance. Amtrak is currently booking at 50% capacity to allow for social distancing on train cars.

The Keystone line, which includes stops at stations in Mount Joy, Elizabethtown and Lancaster, is offering trips from Harrisburg to Philadelphia only. It normally operates from New York to Philadelphia to Harrisburg.