'He Saved My Life:' Off-Duty Firefighter Pulls Woman From SUV Moments Before Vehicle Hit By TrainIt happened around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Arthur Avenue crossing near Bellport in Suffolk County.
NTSB Reveals Engineers In LIRR, NJ TRANSIT Crashes Had Sleep ApneaThe National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday the similar circumstances of the crashes warranted combining findings and recommendations into a single special report.
Driver Killed After Pickup Truck Gets Hit By LIRR Train Near Deer ParkThere were no injuries on board the train, according to the MTA. 
Full Service Returns To Penn Station Following So-Called 'Summer Of Hell'Amtrak wrapped up the extensive summertime track repair project on Thursday.
Amtrak Officials Announce Completion Of Track Work At Penn StationAmtrak has completed the track work at Penn Station that forced the railroads that share the busy transit hub to curtail service for eight weeks.
'Summer Of Hell' Was Not So Hellish For LIRR Commuters, Lhota SaysThe Long Island Rail Road is getting ready to shift back to regular service as the last week of the Summer of Hell arrives.
Regular Service To Resume At Penn Station On Sept. 5Trains have been operating on a modified schedule for most of the summer to accommodate much-needed track work.
Pressure Mounts For LIRR To Make All Stations Accessible To Disabled RidersSeveral Long Island Rail Road stations leave people who use wheelchairs and walkers stranded.
Penn Station Repairs: What You Need To Know For NJ TRANSIT, LIRR & AmtrakMajor Penn Station repair work that runs from July 10 to September 1 will close some of the station's 21 tracks, requiring a roughly 20 percent of reduction in service.
MTA To Scale Back ‘Summer Of Hell’ Ferry, Bus Services For LIRR RidersStarting Wednesday, the MTA will no longer offer temporary ferry service and will scale back its bus service to and from Long Island.
At The Controls: Behind The Scenes With The Brains Running Penn StationThe people at the controls of Penn Station are responsible for making sure 600,000 people get in and out safely every day.
Riders Caught In The Middle As De Blasio, Cuomo Butt Heads Over Transit MessEndless transit headaches have commuters demanding immediate help for the MTA, as the mayor and governor continue to butt heads over who is responsible for the crisis.

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