Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and officials of the New York region’s commuter transit system announced Monday they will review the operations of a bridge along the Metro-North Railroad that has failed to remain closed twice in eight days, snarling commutes for thousands of riders.
A $250-million improvement plan is underway at the New Haven rail yard.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation blamed a gear failure for a stuck railroad bridge that snarled travel on Thursday morning for thousands of Metro-North commuters.
By STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Federal transportation safety officials on Monday urged closer track inspections after finding that inspectors may have failed to spot a broken part two days before […]
Connecticut officials are marking the anniversary of a derailment on the Metro-North Railroad that injured more than 70 people in Bridgeport.
Metro-North Railroad Thursday announced a sweeping series of reforms in response to a federal report that unveiled safety deficiencies.
A schedule overhaul by Metro-North Railroad intended to improve reliability on the Waterbury branch line has increased commuting time for some commuters.
A fire inside a switching control house in Greenwich is causing delays along the New Haven line of the Metro-North commuter railroad.
By MICHAEL R. SISAK and JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN Associated Press STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Last call came Friday for the bar cars on commuter trains between Manhattan and Connecticut, a final run for rolling taverns […]
By STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Four members of Congress are turning up the pressure on Metro-North Railroad, announcing Tuesday they’ve introduced legislation to improve rail safety following two accidents that […]