U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is planning to discuss his priorities for rail safety in an appearance Friday morning in Hartford.
A preliminary 100-day plan was sent Monday from Metro-North President Joseph Giulietti to CDOT Commissioner James Redeker. It will be filled out when the FRA gives MN guidance.
The new president of the Metro North railroad and his boss at the MTA finally had their day before state lawmakers Thursday.
Equipment failure brought a Metro-North train to a stop in Milford early Thursday.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is overseeing a hearing in Washington, D.C. on ways to improve rail safety in light of recent incidents in Connecticut and elsewhere.
Metro-North Railroad’s two top executives have told Connecticut legislators that the commuter rail line has installed new technology, slowed trains and made internal management changes to improve service.
At least four early morning Shore Line East trains are marked as delayed this morning after a derailment in New Haven.
There was more trouble on the rails Tuesday night, but this time a derailment on Shoreline East. No one was hurt but the scramble is underway to get things fixed by the morning commute.
A member of a Connecticut commuter advocacy panel has joined a chorus of critics of Metro-North Railroad.
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.
No injuries are reported from a collision between a car and a Metro-North train in Milford.
Officials with the Housatonic Railroad say a buildup of ice caused a freight train engine to derail at a private crossing in New Milford.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is the latest Connecticut politician to meet with the new president of Metro-North Railroad.
A stalled train caused delays for Metro-North New Haven Line customers on Wednesday morning.
Angry Metro-North riders sounded off Tuesday night about the continuous problems with the rail lines.
Metro-North commuters will have a chance to ask questions of the state’s top transportation official about rail service that has faced criticism in the last few months.
After another bad week for Metro North, the governor met with top brass from the rail line Monday. The governor blasted the MTA saying Metro-North has let down commuters in Connecticut.
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.