A track condition at Penn Station caused major delays on the Long Island Rail Road during the Friday evening rush.
Major delays were expected Saturday night on the George Washington Bridge, as police closed three of the four upper lanes in both directions for repairs.
A disabled train caused major delays on the NJ TRANSIT rail system Tuesday night, just in time for the evening rush.
It was a long night for Spirit Airlines passengers in Miami. Hundreds of them were stranded after voluntary engine inspections grounded flights and delayed take-offs.
The Long Island Rail Road was subject to delays and cancellations for the Wednesday evening rush, due to an unspecified “track condition.”
NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor trains were delayed up to an hour during the Monday afternoon rush, as authorities conducted a death investigation on the tracks.
Delays estimated at 90 minutes were reported in the outbound Lincoln Tunnel Wednesday evening, following a multi-vehicle accident.
A reported fire on an Amtrak train at Newark Penn Station caused major delays on two NJ TRANSIT lines Saturday afternoon.
A truck hit an overpass on the northbound Franklin D. Roosevelt East River Drive Wednesday evening, causing major delays for miles.
Metro-North said Sunday that crews made significant progress this weekend in rebuilding 1,500 feet of damaged track. They said they expect to have the second track back in service following Monday’s AM peak service.
Overhead wire problems and track issues caused major headaches for commuters Wednesday evening. Most service issues were resolved by 7 p.m. Trains were expected to be running on schedule for Thursday morning’s commute.
In the wake of the death of a 4-year-old girl on the Upper West Side, the City Council will hold a meeting Monday on reported glitches with the 911 system.
Delays are possible on the Metro-North railroad when temperatures soar, officials warned.
Long Island Rail Road riders should allow extra time and expect delays and cancellations Tuesday morning, following a derailment.
A push has been launched in New Jersey to speed up utilities when new road projects are ready to go.