It’s been a decade in the making for riders on the New Haven Line, but a bill of rights is finally on the way.
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As winter fast approaches, the Metro-North Railroad is changing its strategy for how it deals with bad weather on the New Haven Line.
The Connecticut Rail Commuter Council believes that there should be “follow-through” from the rail service if commuters aren’t provided what they pay for.
New Haven Line commuters often wait for years and years before they get their hands on a parking permit at any of the train stations along the line.
Officials are trying to get to the bottom of what happened last Friday when a New Haven Line train got stranded near Westport.
Metro-North officials have agreed to meet with emergency responders from Westport to address concerns that passengers were stuck on a train last week in triple-digit heat.
It’s been a long time coming for Connecticut commuters. The first set of long-awaited new commuter rail cars have begun running on the New Haven Line of Metro-North Railroad.
New Haven line schedule changes will take effect Monday morning as Metro North struggles to run the rail line with fewer cars.
The Connecticut Rail Commuter Council issued its annual report card this past week on Metro North’s New Haven line, giving both negatives and positives for its performance.
Gov. Rell says she backs New Haven Line commuters in their opposition to any rule changes that would effectively shorten the shelf life of tickets.
The MTA is proposing ticket rule changes. In effect, the changes would shorten the shelf life of any Metro-North ticket.