Connecticut Governor Malloy: CTfastrak Proves Rail Service Will Transform ‘Knowledge Corridor’

By Don Stacom, Hartford Courant; October 17, 2017 When Hartford Line trains start running next spring, they’ll fuel a long-term…

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New Hampshire May Get a Free Commuter Rail Line…and Not For The First Time

By Todd Bookman, New Hampshire Public Radio; October 17, 2017 Commuter rail fans in New Hampshire received some good news…

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Business leaders say enhanced rail service will boost industry and quality of life in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut

By Jim Kinney, masslive.com; October 18, 2017 SPRINGFIELD — Ninety percent of business leaders in the bi-state Springfield and Hartford…

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Massachusetts: Second commuter train platform planned for Worcester Union Station

By Cyrus Moulton, Telegram & Gazette Staff, Worcester Telegram; October 17, 2017 WORCESTER – It’s been talked about for years,…

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The Daily CSX: CSX trims intermodal services, considers hub overhaul

From Staff, Journal of Commerce; October 17, 2017 CSX Transportation is ending domestic and international intermodal services to and from…

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Boston: MBTA data shows service worst among carriers

By Matt Stout, Boston Herald; October 12, 2017 More commuter rail trains broke down on the MBTA last year than…

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Boston’s stuck! Beantown rail fleet tops New Jersey Transit as least reliable

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; October 11, 2017 NJ Transit’s trains are no longer the worst in the nation for breaking down…

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New Hampshire: Nashua Alderman Unanimously Approve Commuter Rail Memorandum

By The Associated Press, New Hampshire Public Radio; October 11, 2017 Aldermen in New Hampshire have approved a memorandum that…

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New Hampshire: Nashua panel supports moving forward with new passenger rail effort

By KIMBERLY HOUGHTON, Union Leader Correspondent, New Hampshire Union Leader; October 3, 2017 NASHUA — An aldermanic panel is recommending…

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