New Haven line
Metro-North Railroad is advising passengers of delays of between 20 minutes and 30 minutes on the New Haven line in Connecticut and the Harlem and Hudson lines in New York.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Metro-North Railroad, the nation’s second-largest commuter rail system, on Wednesday released a final report on what it has done to improve safety following a series of accidents last year and said […]
Metro-North has announced a reduced schedule for the morning commute.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking the chairman of the New York State Power Service Commission to investigate the recent power failure that recently disrupted Metro-North commuter rail service along […]
Analysis Suggests Metro-North Disruption Cost State $62 Million In Economic Output. $2.5 Million In Revenue
_ An analysis conducted by the Department of Economic and Community Development shows Connecticut’s economy suffered during the recent disruption of service along Metro-North’s busy New Haven commuter rail line.
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.
Consolidated Edison has confirmed the expected Oct. 7 restoration date for Metro-North service on the New Haven line.
If an additional transformer can be connected to the system that shut down Metro-North trains last week, they might be able to get an additional train on the tracks by tomorrow.
Metro-North Railroad says it will have a reduced schedule this weekend due to the power outage that has snarled commutes between New York City and the Connecticut suburbs.
Ridership on the New Haven line of Metro-North Railroad has dropped by half as Connecticut commuters stay home or find other ways to get into New York City to avoid snarled commutes caused by a failed circuit.