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January wasn’t just the snowiest month on record in Connecticut. It was also one of the most hectic in several years for commuters on Metro-North, who have been forced to deal with countless delays, service changes and overcrowded trains.
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Repair work to the damaged catenary wires near Noroton Heights will continue through the Thursday morning A.M. rush hour, meaning Metro-North will cancel and combine the same group of trains it did during Wednesday’s morning rush.
Wednesday morning trains expected to be on time after catenary problems, some trains will be cancelled or combined
Metro-North Railroad expects continuing work to repair damaged overhead power lines near Noroton Heights to push Wednesday morning rush hour trains off schedule, though the fallen wires were expected to hold up some trains during Tuesday evening’s rush hour.
The South Western Regional Planning Agency will hold its annual legislative breakfast from 7:30 am to 9 am Monday January 24 in the community room of Norwalk City Hall at 125 East Avenue.
A whistleblower investigation by the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration has cited Metro-North Railroad for disciplining a New Haven Railyard employee after he filed a complaint with OSHA, finding the discipline was retaliatory and infringed the protections of the Federal Railroad Safety Act for workers.
The two outages which prevented Metro-North Railroad ticket machines from accepting debit or credit cards Friday and again on Sunday afternoon were caused by different problems, Marjorie Anders, a spokeswoman for the railroad said.
Gov. Elect Dannel Malloy appoints DOT Commissioner Jeffrey Parker to remain as interim head of Department of Transportation
Among several appointments to head state agencies yesterday, Connecticut Gov. Elect Dannel Malloy designated Department of Transportation Commissioner Jeffrey Parker “interim” head of the agency pending the completion of a nationwide search.
Metro-North Railroad is conducting its 22nd annual coat drive at Grand Central Terminal this month to help out individuals to provide coats for individuals in need.
New York City is conducting a survey to gauge passenger input in selecting a redesign for the city’s 13,000 plus Yellow Taxis.
The city has narrowed the field of potential manufacturers to the Ford Motor Company, the Nissan Motor Company, and Karsan USA.
Here are the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police arrests on the New Haven Line from Oct. 25 to November 2.