Connecticut commuters expect to hear from Metro-North officials about the commuter railroad’s 100-day improvement plan.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is making some fixes to the Danbury branch line of Metro-North Railroad.
The results are in and they are not good for Metro North. Commuters were asked to grade the rail-line and the final results were very disappointing.
If you take Metro North and you’ve got complaints or compliments, today is the day to be heard. The railroad is holding a meeting in Connecticut Thursday night and for the next three days, a commuter group is doing a survey.
Connecticut is seeking $600 million in federal transportation funding to help pay for more weather-resilient Metro-North Railroad projects that will survive fierce storms.
A newspaper reports that federal inspectors found more than 7,100 defects and deficiencies in the Metro-North Railroad over the last decade, but records show regulators launched an investigation only after two high-profile accidents last year.
Connecticut transportation officials are inviting the public to weigh in on improvements planned for Hartford’s Union Station.
Train commuters in Westbrook will have a fancy new station to use beginning Tuesday.
Under federal orders, Metro-North has finished upgrading its signal system.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Wednesday it plans to install video cameras and audio recorders on most Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road trains.
The driver of a van struck by a Metro-North train in Norwalk in February has been charged with drunken driving after authorities say his blood-alcohol level was determined to be more than three times the legal limit.
The Metro-North commuter railroad has allowed its emphasis on trains’ on-time performance to “routinely” overshadow its safety operations, according to a Federal Railroad Administration review.
Acknowledging their concerns over commute paled in comparison to those more directly affected by yesterday’s deadly explosion in East Harlem, Metro-North commuters took back to the rails on Thursday.
Metro-North expects to have regular service on the New Haven, Hudson and Harlem lines this morning after a building explosion halted service Wednesday.
BRONX, New York (WTNH)– Because the Harlem explosion happened so close to the Metro North tracks commuting in and out of the city has â�¦ More Â»
The Harlem collapse affected a lot of folks here in Connecticut when it brought Metro-North trains to a standstill for hours, leaving commuters wondering how they’d get back home.
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A much needed upgrade to the New Haven Line on Metro-North is complete.
Governor Dannel Malloy announced today that the â�¦ More Â»
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is planning to discuss his priorities for rail safety in an appearance Friday morning in Hartford.