Some Long Island Rail Road riders can expect a tough commute Wednesday after rail officials discovered problems on the Ronkonkoma line.
At long last, a “near-normal” commute was expected Wednesday, in the wake of a derailment that damaged tracks and switches.
The LIRR said it is canceling seven trains during the evening rush hour. It will also end one of the trains at Jamaica.
Police briefly detained a Long Island Rail Road train headed to New York City after a pair of passengers got on dressed in camouflage and carrying realistic-looking guns.
If you’re feeling the squeeze on Metro-North trains, it may be because ridership on that line is creeping closer to the number one spot.
People can now use their credit cards again to buy tickets at most Long Island and Metro-North commuter rail stations throughout the New York metropolitan region.