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MTA makes major service cuts; Metro-North to run just hourly service

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which operates Metro-North Railroad, the Long Island Rail Road, New York City's subways and buses and seven bridges and...

MTA names potential contractors for Metro-North Penn Station Access project

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has named three groups of companies that it determined are qualified to bid for the job of building four new...

Connecticut, AT&T partner to enhance data service on New Haven Line

AT&T will provide 4G LTE technology along the busiest commuter rail line in the U.S. from New Haven to Connecticut’s western border, and can upgrade to 5G as that technology matures and customer demand calls for it.

MTA approves $10.4M contract for replacement of Mount Vernon’s Third Ave....

The $10.4 million contract is expected to be awarded to John Civetta & Sons Inc.. The replacement of the 119-year-old bridge is expected to take about 18 months.

Metro-North set ridership records in 2016

All three lines surpass peak levels set one year earlier.

CT train and bus passengers to pay higher fares

State DOT defends hike by claiming there was no call to cut services.

MTA adding up to 94 new cars to New Haven line

Plans include the retrofitting of 10 existing M8 cars into café cars.

Malloy predicts billions from New Haven line upgrade

Governor Dannel P. Malloy predicts billions in economic activity and savings from a proposed $3.9 billion upgrade of the Metro North Railroad's New Haven rail line.

Martin takes rail concerns to D.C.

The Stamford mayor will address a Senate subcommittee on transportation infrastructure at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

Connecticut seeks funds for rail ‘hardening’ projects

The project requests, through the DOT, include $349 million in federal funding to help cover the cost of the Walk Bridge Replacement Project in Norwalk.

Metro-North decreases New Haven travel time

Major Bronx track improvements completed.

Metro-North service incrementally improves

Trains running at 65 percent capacity as of Wednesday.

Metro-North disruption could last weeks

Failed cable feeder inconveniences thousands of commuters.

Officials: Tracks had been inspected two days prior to crash

As the investigation into the cause of the Metro-North train collision continues, an initial review shows both safety precautions and state funding have been maintained by and for the train operator.

200th M-8 railcar in service on New Haven Line

The milestone marks the halfway point for the 2009 purchase of 405 M-8 railcars, which are manufactured by Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. at its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing facility in Yonkers, N.Y.