A derailed piece of work equipment halted Metro-North train service between Bridgeport and Fairfield Friday night.
The State Police bomb squad has detonated a suspicious package at a Connecticut bus station that caused delays on a nearby Amtrak line.
Connecticut’s $30 million award in federal transportation funding for a planned rail project between New Haven and Springfield, Mass. falls far short of what state leaders were seeking.
NEW YORK (AP) – Metro-North railroad says ticket machines are working again at most stations after a malfunction made them unable to accept credit cards. The railroad that serves New York City and its northern […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell is pushing back against plans by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority that would affect costs of some Metro-North train tickets. Rell on Tuesday directed Department of Transportation […]
Update as of 2:35 P.M. NEW YORK (AP) _ Metro-North has resumed train service in and out of Grand Central Terminal following a fire underneath a bridge. The railroad is reporting scattered delays of up […]