Long Island Rail Road
Three LIRR train runs were canceled during the Wednesday evening rush, due to broken rail west of Rockville Centre.
Service was suspended shortly before 10 a.m. Monday because of a signal problem east of the East River tunnels.
The high in New York City Tuesday is expected to be 10 degrees, but wind chills will make it feel more like minus 10.
Most mass transit in the Tri-State Area was back to normal Saturday, just over a day after major changes were put into place due to the snowstorm.
Residents are digging out after the first major winter storm of 2014 dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of Long Island.
A former Long Island Rail Road conductor was sentenced this week to eight years in prison, after being convicted of playing a role in a massive disability fraud scheme.
There is already low-tech equipment, widely available since the Great Depression, that could have prevented the crash, and every Metro-North train already has it.
Saturday marked 20 years since the Long Island Rail Road massacre, which left 16 people dead and more than a dozen wounded when a gunman opened fire inside a train full of passengers.
On Dec. 7, 1993, a gunman opened fire on a train car filled with commuters leaving New York City. By the time passengers tackled Colin Ferguson, his fusillade had left six people dead and 19 wounded.
Police arrested a man acting suspiciously on a Long Island Rail Road train Tuesday, and discovered he was carrying a stolen cash register.
Niculae Petre, Dorin Husa, Valer Zaharia, and Teodora Zaharia, are accused of stealing customers’ PIN numbers and other financial information.
One delay after another for Long Island Rail Road riders is due to problems with Amtrak equipment, and Long Islanders now want a say in how Amtrak is run.
When complete, Jefferson Plaza will consist of 154 units of luxury housing and retail space.
Sen. Charles Schumer said Amtrak’s plan includes overhauling its track inspection program that calls for a more proactive approach to infrastructure maintenance.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said the suspects placed “skimming” devices and hidden cameras near ticket vending machines in Chappaqua, Sea Cliff, Bayside, Great Neck, Merillon Avenue, and Greenvale stations.