Connecticut: ‘Rail guy’ Giulietti is Lamont’s transportation ‘game changer’

By Sean Teehan, Hartford Business; February 11, 2019 Joe Giulietti had been planning to move full time to Coral Springs,…

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New York City: Penguin Random House Donates Books to Save the Children as Part of “Grand Central Reads”

From Save The Children; July 3, 2018 New York (July 3, 2018) – Penguin Random House has launched a limited-time…

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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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Metro-North: Spuyten Duyvil engineer should pay for his negligence in fatal New York crash

By Thomas C. Zambito, lohud.com; May 22, 2018 The Metro-North Railroad says any money that former engineer William Rockefeller recovers…

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New York City studying ways to get more New Yorkers on commuter rail lines

By Joe Anuta, Crain’s New York Business; April 5, 2018 The city’s Department of Transportation is studying ways to get…

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Getting There on All Aboard Florida: First profitable passenger railroad goes forward

By Jim Cameron, Connecticut Post; February 27, 2018 There has not been a profitable passenger railroad in the United States.…

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Catherine Rinaldi named Metro-North President

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; February 21, 2018 The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has appointed…

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New York: On-time performance goals blinded Metro-North to troubles ahead

By Thomas C. Zambito, lohud.com; December 28, 2017 This is the second of a two-part Journal News/lohud investigation into what…

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