Did your train break down? Legislators want New Jersey Transit to give you a refund

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; November 9, 2018 When an NJ Transit train breaks down and strands commuters for an hour or…

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New York State comptroller: Long Island Rail Road ‘not always in compliance’ during records check

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; November 7, 2018 A state audit found several problems with the LIRR’s maintenance of black…

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California: North Bay’s SMART rail line grapples with challenges as it rolls into second year

By KEVIN FIXLER, THE PRESS DEMOCRAT; November 3, 2018 As the North Bay’s commuter rail line moves into its second…

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New York City’s East Side Access last big push goes to Skanska

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; November 1, 2018 The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) on Oct.…

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New Jersey Transit commuters stuck on ‘Hell’ train amid reports of fights, sick passengers

By Thomas Tracy, New York Daily News; October 30, 2018 Some 1,500 NJ Transit commuters found themselves on a horror…

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He blew the whistle on New Jersey Transit. He paid for it with his career.

By Curtis Tate, North Jersey Record; October 29, 2018 SUMMIT — Todd Barretta moved to New Jersey from Connecticut 18…

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Connecticut Asks Amtrak For More Cars On Hartford Line To Ease Crowding After Passengers Kicked Off

By Kenneth R. Gosselin, Reporter, Hartford Courant; October 27, 2018 Amid reports that some passenger have been kicked off crowded…

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Connecticut: As Ridership Booms On the Hartford Line, CTrail Riders Are Being Kicked Off Amtrak Trains

By Frankie Graziano, WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio; October 26, 2018 A seat on the 4:32 p.m. train out of Hartford’s…

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