The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced that crews have completed permanent repairs of a 110-year-old culvert in Dobbs Ferry and the track structure on it that was washed out by heavy rain and high winds from Tropical Storm Ida.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Chair and CEO Janno Lieber announced he has appointed Catherine Rinaldi to serve as Interim President of MTA Long Island Rail Road.
Now that the deal has been signed, the dealings begin.
MTA Metro-North Railroad announces post-Ida service restorations on Harlem and New Haven Lines for Sept. 3
Following up on yesterday’s story about heavy rain and flooding in the northeast and New York City, MTA has announced some service restorations on Metro-North.
When railroad tracks move the way they weren’t made to move, an investigation is necessary.
Metro-North Railroad today announced new train schedules taking effect Monday, April 12 that will restore weekend service to Wassaic and include service adjustments on the Harlem Line weekday schedule to accommodate trackwork.
Tropical Storm Isaias put parts of the Metro-North Railroad in timeout for days. The railroad was finally operating on weekday schedules on Aug. 10 after crews had most of the debris off
Need to pick up some personal protective gear before catching your train? Well, if you live in the Lower Hudson Valley and ride Metro-North, it is available in 12 stations along the
L.A.’s Purple Line extension runs into trouble with tunnel construction. Sound Transit’s Tacoma Link light-rail extension costing more. Metro-North Railroad ready to begin construction on rail bridges. California lawmakers want to take
MTA Metro-North Railroad President Cathy Rinaldi announced that as of March 14 Metro-North’s full Harlem and Hudson lines are operating in Positive Train Control (PTC), bringing Metro-North’s total of PTC-equipped route miles
Transit ridership drops significantly across the country amid coronavirus fears; some agencies cut service
With the coronavirus continuing to spread fear across the U.S., transit agencies are now starting to feel the effects of more people working from home and more people simply avoiding public gatherings.
First New York City President Andy Byford was resigning, but now he is promoting.
Metro-North rail employees do not want to leave any fingerprints … and they have the backing of the Association of Commuter Rail Employees (ACRE).
A plan to overhaul New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority operations and funding mechanism has major implications for rail construction, maintenance and signals companies.