State transportation officials say they are working to eliminate glitches in new commuter trains traveling between Connecticut and Grand Central Terminal in New York.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says Connecticut will buy 25 more commuter rail cars for the heavily used New Haven line into New York City.
By STEPHEN SINGER, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Another set of new rail cars began service Tuesday between Connecticut and New York City, offering commuters hope that smoother, quieter rides will be the rule […]
A Friday surprise for some railroad commuters today. The State Department of Transportation says eight more of the new M-8 rail cars went into service on the New Haven line of Metro-North. It brings the […]