For the thousands of people in the Tri-State area who use a train to commute the question of where to sit doesn’t usually involve safety concerns.
Despite the abundance of public transportation options, trains remain a popular and consistent way to travel easily. Check out the world’s coolest train stations.
It has been nearly three weeks since anybody has seen missing Queens teenager Avonte Oquendo.
A costly decision made in the hours leading up to Superstorm Sandy has been pinned on a mid-level manager at NJ Transit.
Commuters waiting for the train have always had plenty to worry about and now they can add raccoons to their list of concerns.
NJ TRANSIT suspended service around 7:30 a.m. due to a trespasser fatality near Upper Montclair. By around 9 a.m., service was restored and trains were operating on or close to scheduled.
After experiencing power problems, it doesn’t appear service will be returning to normal any time soon on Metro-North’s New Haven line, leaving tens of thousands of commuters traveling in and out of New York City scrambling to devise alternative routes to and from work.We’re here to help. Here, find links and info to help you navigate the changes to your commute.
If the $1.8 billion contract for 584 of the Kawasaki-made electric cars is approved by the MTA this week, they’ll go into service beginning in 2017.
New Yorkers who consume stinky food in the subway and other confined spaces apparently have become such a problem that they’ve been making headlines this weekend.
Metro-North said Sunday that crews made significant progress this weekend in rebuilding 1,500 feet of damaged track. They said they expect to have the second track back in service following Monday’s AM peak service.
The planned “scoot” trains would offer faster, more frequent service from places like Brooklyn to Jamaica, Oyster Bay to Mineola, and Ronkonkoma to Riverhead.
A construction project at a switching complex in Sunnyside, Queens will cause service changes on the LIRR for the next three weeks.
Secy. Anthony Foxx said investing in the nation’s transportation system is the greatest example of what one generation can do for the next.
Starting Thursday, with Hudson River fireworks viewing in mind, NJ TRANSIT will be adding cars that are 37 feet longer to some trains.
For years, there has been talk of a new Metro-North Railroad station on Stamford’s east side, but it looks like a bus link to the downtown station may be what is recommended.