Denver Union Station Eyed As Model Rehab For New Haven Union Station in Connecticut

By Thomas Breen, New Haven Independent; August 20, 2019 Union Station already has a 112-room hotel, a swanky second-floor bar,…

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Wisconsin: What ever happened to Madison’s commuter rail concept?

By Dave Zweifel, The Capital Times; August 21, 2019 Clark Johnson and Nona Hill have been advocating for passenger rail,…

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South Florida: Train service eases stress for West Palm Beach commuters

By Tony Doris, The Palm Beach Post; July 12, 2019 WEST PALM BEACH — Mabel Melton, a longtime Miami-Dade County…

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All aboard for friendship: Women mark three decades after meeting as Long Island Rail Road commuters

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; June 19, 2019 They were hard to miss. In the second-to-last-car of the 7:49 a.m. train…

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CRISI grant to explore Amtrak stop at T.F. Green Airport in Rhode Island

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Mass Transit Magazine; June 11, 2019 The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has awarded a $2.8 million Consolidated Rail…

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California Rail Warriors: As more workers commute by train, Amtrak has plans to get them there quicker

By Allen Pierleoni, Comstock’s; April 30, 2019 Without it — and the 200,000-plus miles of track that followed because of…

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Survey: Many commuters in Massachusetts appear near ‘breaking point’ with delays in transportation

By Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com; April 25, 2019 If you’re sick and tired of your commute by rail or road in…

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Congressman Lipinski, Amtrak battle over Chicago Union Station woes

By Greg Hinz, Crain’s Chicago Business; April 4, 2019 Amtrak finally has issued a detailed explanation of just what went…

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More space, accessibility part of $600 million New York Penn Station makeover for Long Island Rail Road passengers

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; March 15, 2019 Long Island Rail Road commuters are closer to a brighter, more spacious…

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Portal Bridge’s Reign of Misery Ending for New York City-Area Train Riders

By Elise Young, Bloomberg; March 15, 2019 Thousands of riders sometimes stranded by the mechanical fits of a 108-year-old New…

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I’ll give up booze, Netflix, even sex to avoid traffic jams, South Florida drivers tell new train service survey

By Johnny Diaz, South Florida Sun Sentinel, Mass Transit Magazine; March 14, 2019 Mar. 13–A lot of South Florida drivers,…

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U.S. Representative Dan Lipinski asks if Amtrak will reimburse Chicago Metra commuters for disruption

From Crain’s Chicago Business; March 12, 2019 Congressman Dan Lipinski, who heads the House subcommittee that has oversight for rail,…

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Comptroller report: New York’s Long Island Rail Road did not follow its ‘playbook’ during service disruptions

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; March 11, 2019 The Long Island Rail Road’s failure to comply with its own internal…

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North Carolina: Duke University nixes Durham-Orange light rail

By Paul Conley, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S Magazine; February 28, 2019 Duke University won’t allow a portion of a proposed 7.7-mile light-rail…

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Opinion: Chicago Union Station’s Great Hall looks better than ever, so why are commuters fuming?

By Blair Kamin, Chicago Tribune; February 25, 2019 It’s easy to understand why Metra commuters who endure the dismal conditions…

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The ‘trolley boys’ who dance with death on Manila’s railway carts

By Agence France-Presse, South China Morning Post; November 25, 2018 As soon as the train rumbles past, the men heave…

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MARC marketing campaign aims to lift West Virginia commuter train ridership

By Jim McConville, Staff Writer, The Journal; November 17, 2018 MARTINSBURG — The Hagerstown-Eastern Panhandle Municipal Planning Organization is launching…

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Conductors, commuters alike take to social media, blogs to spark conversation

By Colleen Ferguson, Rockland/Westchester Journal News; June 18, 2018 For Howard Rosenstein, the Facebook posts started one freezing February morning…

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Commuters often exposed to damaging noise levels

By Shereen Lehman, Reuters; December 11, 2017 (Reuters Health) – Loud noise exceeding levels that can damage hearing is regularly…

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