U.S., New York: Some Long Island Rail Road regular commuters may be ‘lost forever,’ rail experts predict

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; October 25, 2020 Many of the commuters the Long Island Rail Road has lost during…

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U.S., New York: Despite hurdles likened to ‘hand-to-hand combat’, MTA confident East Side Access will meet 2022 deadline

By Mark Hallum, amNY; September 22, 2020 An expected $16 billion deficit by 2024 hasn’t seemed to punch any holes…

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U.S., New York: Secret ‘Man Cave’ Discovered Below Grand Central Platform; 3 Subway Workers Busted

From NBC 4 Washington; September 24, 2020 At least three MTA employees secretly turned a storage room below one of…

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U.S., New York: Metropolitan Transportation Authority cuts deal to make $1 billion off old transit headquarters building

By Clayton Guse, New York Daily News; April 2, 2020 The MTA on Thursday announced plans to redevelop its old…

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U.S., New York: BTS’ 5-minute performance in empty Grand Central Terminal took 2 months to organize

By Charles Trepany, USA TODAY; February 26, 2020 On Monday’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” fans watched as…

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U.S., Connecticut: A frank conversation with the transportation commissioner

By Jim Cameron, Connecticut Viewpoints, The Connecticut Mirror; January 16, 2020 Joseph Giulietti is finishing his first year as Commissioner…

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U.S., New York: The Real Co$ts Of Long Island Rail Road East Side Access To Grand Central Terminal

By Larry Penner, Long Island Weekly; January 6, 2020 No one at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Long Island Rail…

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New York City’s Grand Central Train Shed Project May Take 20 Years, Report Says

By Brendan Krisel, Staff, Patch; November 11, 2019 MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — The Metropolitan Transit Authority is getting ready to…

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Back on Track: How U.S. Cities Are Reinventing Their Train Depots

By Matt Grossman, Commercial Observer; October 22, 2019 Get them talking, and you’ll quickly learn that train buffs and history…

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Long Island Rail Road says M9A fleet already six months behind schedule, and more expensive

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; October 22, 2019 One month after the Long Island Rail Road’s newest train fleet debuted…

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Your Metro-North commute could get shorter if this new Connecticut transportation plan gets approved

By Eliza Fawcett and Christopher Keating, Hartford Courant; October 16, 2019 New York City could get a little closer under a…

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New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority seeks another $798 million to finish East Side Access project long plagued by delays and rising costs

By Clayton Guse, New York Daily News; September 19, 2019 Finishing the MTA’s cavernous new Long Island Rail Road stop…

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Historic New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority capital plan includes nearly $5 Billion for Metro-North projects, including Penn Station Access

By Thomas C. Zambito, Rockland/Westchester Journal News; September 16, 2019 The largest-ever capital plan in Metropolitan Transportation Authority history includes…

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Fast track concept from Danbury, Connecticut to Grand Central Terminal in New York City awarded $1 million feasibility study

By Rob Ryser, newstimes.com; September 5, 2019 DANBURY – An idea to reopen an overgrown commuter rail line to Southeast,…

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Connecticut/New York: Passengers describe ‘nightmare’ Metro-North rides during hours-long delays

By Julia Perkins, Connecticut Post; August 4, 2019 Passengers on the New Haven line described “nightmare” train rides from New…

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New England opinion: Let’s restore passenger service on the Berkshire Line

By Karen Christensen, The Connecticut Mirror; July 15, 2019 It is time to restore passenger service on the Berkshire (Housatonic)…

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Connecticut opinion: Metro-North must adopt better maintenance practices

By Robert Hale and Roger Senserrich, Connecticut Post; May 1, 2019 Gov. Ned Lamont’s 30-30-30 plan represents a long-needed, concrete…

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New York City’s Grand Central Terminal Goes Digital

By Marlo Safi, National Review; April 30, 2019 Americans need to keep in mind the aphorism, “If it ain’t broke,…

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When the Old Penn Station Was Demolished, New York Lost Its Faith

By Michael Kimmelman, The New York Times; April 24, 2019 There was a time when New York City had the…

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The New York City money pit: Is it too late to save a few billion on East Side Access plans? Let’s find out

By The Editorial Board, New York Daily News; April 8, 2019 The scrapped 15-month closure of the L train tunnel,…

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Connecticut riders on Metro North trains will face delays during spring and summer construction season

By Staff, Hartford Courant; April 8, 2019 Springtime means construction on Metro-North railroad tracks, which means commuters will be seeing…

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New York: Amtrak trains could serve Long Island

By Eric Anderson, Albany Times-Union; January 22, 2019 Albany Some Metro-North commuter trains serving the New Haven line could arrive…

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New York City: $60M contract will finally bring East Side Access to Grand Central

By Michelle Cohen, 6 Sqft; January 10, 2019 It was announced today that a $60.2 million contract to build the project that…

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Getting There Opinion: Long Island Rail Road project digs bigger hole for Connecticut rail commuters

By Jim Cameron, Connecticut Post; December 10, 2018 We all know what happened when Boston decided to bury its downtown…

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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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