A schedule overhaul by Metro-North Railroad intended to improve reliability on the Waterbury branch line has increased commuting time for some commuters.
Connecticut transportation officials have approved schedule changes for the Metro-North commuter railroad’s New Haven line.
Connecticut commuters expect to hear from Metro-North officials about the commuter railroad’s 100-day improvement plan.
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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says Connecticut and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority have agreed to establish an independent review before work is done on power or electrical lines to avoid outages similar to what disrupted Metro-North Railroad last September.
Metro-North Railroad says an employee has been arrested on a charge of public indecency following a complaint from a passenger on a train from New York City to Connecticut.
Metro-North Railroad is defending its response to customer service as a commuter advocate launches an online effort including social media to air complaints directly to the railroad and elected officials.
Nearly 200 Metro-North rail passengers were stranded in freezing temperatures for about two hours when their train lost power in Connecticut because of a downed wire that continues to cause delays.
By STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Months after lawmakers reorganized a commuter advocacy group to broaden its oversight beyond Metro-North Railroad, the panel is still seeking members and, critics say, a clear […]
New York, N.Y. (CBS Connecticut) _ The President of Metro-North Railroad is stepping down. Howard Permut, 62, has been with the railroad since it became part of the Metro Transportation Authority in 1983, serving as […]