Long Island Rail Road
The driver survived the crash and was taken to South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside with neck and back injuries.
A deteriorating, heavily-used Long Island bridge over railroad tracks is going to be replaced. But that means a year of detoured traffic, and snarled road closures near the busy Roosevelt Field Mall in Nassau County.
Extending electric train service on the Long Island Rail Road’s Montauk Branch would increase ridership, improve service and help boost the East End economy, Brookhaven officials say.
Winter is keeping its icy grip on the Tri-State area as Arctic air continues to plunge the region into a deep freeze.
Long Island Rail Road and NJ TRANSIT commuters faced significant delays Friday morning due to power problems and icing in the tunnels.
The system was getting back to its regular service for the afternoon rush, spokesman Sal Arena said Friday afternoon.
The Bergen County Rail Line on the NJ TRANSIT system was partially shut down late Wednesday afternoon, after a man was struck by a train in Garfield, New Jersey.
The Tri-State area is starting the work week with a mixture of snow, rain and freezing rain.
The MTA said LIRR service was temporarily suspended in and out of Penn Station due to fire department activity. Service has since been restored.
Sen. Charles Schumer is demanding that both of New York’s big commuter railroads — not just the one that suffered a fatal derailment — test their engineers for sleep apnea, the disorder blamed for the 2013 accident.
Regular weekday service is resuming on the subways and rails a day after a snowstorm shut down the city but commuters should expect delays.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency Monday from Sullivan and Ulster counties down south.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A new Long Island Rail Road report appears to point the finger at the public for an increase in train delays — and that isn’t sitting well with some riders. According […]
Whether you travel by road or rail, your commute could soon get more expensive.
The FDNY said the fire was in an area of temporary wiring used for lighting in an underground construction site at 34th Street and Eighth Avenue.