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.
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.
(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 […]
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has issued an explanation and apology for problems which delayed more than 50 Metro-North trains and thousands of passengers Thursday night.
After Metro-North passengers were stranded twice in two days, some strong words from Connecticut’s governor.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority says full service will be restored to a crippled line of the nation’s second-largest commuter railroad.
Metro-North Railroad riders on the New Haven line holding monthly and weekly passes will get credit for their troubles since last week’s power failure.
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 […]
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says authorities will try to use three transformers to restore partial power to a crippled track of the nation’s second-largest commuter railroad.