The pilot program is aimed at curbing rambunctious behavior that has occurred on overnight weekend trains, according to LIRR spokesperson Sam Zambuto.
After the blizzard of 2010 that caused days of delays for the Long Island Rail Road, a new schedule system has been put in place to make it easier for riders to know what to expect during a storm.
It’s short-term pain for long-term gain, says Long Island Rail Road spokesman Sam Zambuto.
Two locomotives outside the East River tunnels have been removed by the LIRR, for a savings of more than $230,000 a year.
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