Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling on the chairman and CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to pursue legal action against Con Edison to recover losses from last month’s power failure affecting Metro-North’s New Haven Line.
The two top officials at Metro-North Railroad and ConEdison say they’re working together to prevent future power problems like the one that disrupted service along the busy commuter rail line last month.
Rail commuters headed from Connecticut to New York City on Monday morning were greeted by a full complement of trains for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Using residential power near the railroad station, and three portable transformers, Con Ed is going to try and create a temporary substation near the Harrison railroad station. It’s never been tried, and of course they […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has ordered a halt to routine roadway maintenance work in lower Fairfield County to reduce congestion as commuters avoid Metro-North Railroad disruptions into New York City. Malloy […]
NEW YORK (AP) _ Connecticut commuters headed into New York City can expect significant rail and highway delays. Metro-North Railroad said that service is extremely limited on the New Haven line between Stamford and Grand […]