A Metro-North train became stuck with passengers inside in Westport, Conn. Wednesday night.
Commuters using mass transit can expect delays and schedule changes after up to 13 inches of snow fell on the New York metropolitan area.
Transit agencies are stepping up their snow response as a storm predicted to bring between 8 to 12 inches of the white stuff slams the Tri-State area.
A member of the newly re-organized Connecticut Rail Commuter Council said the group has elected officers, adopted rules and considered plans to take meetings on the road.
Officials said Tuesday that the Metro-North derailment in the Bronx caused more than $9 million in damage.
A Connecticut commuter watchdog group doesn’t have much bite, its former chairman says.
A published report said Monday night that the president of the Metro-North Railroad has decided to step down.
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.
A woman whose body was found in the Saugatuck River on Friday was likely struck by a Metro-North Railroad train, police say.
A man claiming to be an FBI agent pulled the emergency brake and halted a Metro-North train in Westchester County early Saturday.
A school bus got stuck on the Metro-North Railroad tracks in Norwalk, Conn. Wednesday afternoon, but everyone got off safely.
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.
The annual New York City SantaCon bar crawl is underway despite the wintry weather.
The Federal Railroad Administration will launch an intensive two-month review of safety compliance and culture at Metro-North after a train derailed and killed four people earlier this month.
Starting on Jan. 1, passengers will face a 5 percent ticket price hike.