It was business as usual for the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) on Monday, Nov. 25. Three days earlier, however, it was complete chaos.
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FRA reports says a signal malfunction caused Memorial Day weekend crash on the Long Island Rail Road
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) says a Memorial Day weekend collision involving two Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) trains was “a signal-caused accident.”
Despite slow Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts on the Long Island Rail Road, MTA “proud” of what has been done
Hurricane Sandy hammered the East Coast in 2012, and the Long Island Rail Road is still looking defeated.
Fair is never a good word when it applies to chances. But that is what a consultant is saying regarding the installation of Positive Train Control (PTC) on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s
First New York City President Andy Byford was resigning, but now he is promoting.
Long Island Rail Road to install two new rail bridges in East Hampton, N.Y., to help with large truck traffic
Anything big or large is being more accepted in today’s society, and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is making sure large trucks are just like any other form of transportation on
The 1960s are looking attractive again for New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). The MTA is looking at reactivating a rail line that has been out of service since 1962, and despite
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You heard of someone in serious debt? What about someone in serious investment? The latter is what the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York City is all about, as the agency announced
Crews used accelerated bridge construction techniques to replace a rail bridge in just two days in New York City’s New Hyde Park. The bridge was open for Monday commuters on Aug. 26.