A conductor on the nation’s second-busiest commuter railroad is apologizing to riders in Connecticut for an express train that failed to show up, delaying their trip into New York City.
A Metro-North train has struck a car at a crossing in Milford, but authorities say nobody was injured.
Commuters will get an opportunity tonight to hear and address Connecticut’s transportation commissioner about the beleaguered Metro North rail line.
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.
Authorities say a Metro-North train on the Danbury line has struck an unoccupied van in Norwalk but no injuries have been reported.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is set to meet privately with the new president of Metro-North Railroad. The Democrat, who’s been critical of the commuter railroad in recent months, has said he […]
A Metro-North Railroad employee has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor sexual assault and public indecency charges in connection with an incident on a New Haven Line train in Connecticut.
The Metro-North Railroad is reporting 15-minute delays on the New Haven, Harlem and Hudson lines because of weather-related conditions.
(New Haven, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is out with a revised afternoon schedule on account of the weather. The MTA says along the Metro-North New Haven line, where ice accumulation has caused […]
Connecticut is launching a $10 million project upgrading the power supply on Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven line to prevent a repeat of an outage that disrupted service for nearly two weeks last September.