New York City: MTA’s newest fleet of $2M subway cars face third crippling mishap in two weeks

By Dan Rivoli, New York Daily News; December 10, 2017 Congratulations, MTA: You’re the proud owners of more than two…

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Track repairs slated at century-old Hoboken, New Jersey rail terminal

By The Associated Press, The Seattle Times; December 8, 2017 HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — Hoboken’s more than 100-year-old rail terminal…

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The Daily CSX: New Jersey Transit service remains suspended following CSX freight train derailment

By Allison Pries, NJ.com; December 9, 2017 NJ Transit service on the Raritan Valley Line is expected to remain suspended…

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New York City: Life isn’t getting easier for Long Island Rail Road commuters this winter

By Danielle Furfaro, New York Post; December 8, 2017 The “Summer of Hell” is over — but the winter of…

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Editorial: Tear down New Jersey Transit and start over

An Editorial Opinion From NorthJersey.com; December 8, 2017 In these final weeks of the Christie administration, the governor is attempting…

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Fires at New York City’s two busiest train hubs occur around same time

By Staff, New York Business Journal; December 6, 2017 Firefighters were called to combat two separate fires that took place…

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New York City’s SantaCon prompts booze ban on Metro-North trains

By Jim Shay, Connecticut Post; December 6, 2017 It’s that holly, maybe too jolly, time of year for a 24-hour…

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New York Can Save Billions on Rail Tunnels If Long Island Rail Road Agrees to Share Track

By Alon Levy, Streetsblog New York City; December 4, 2017 German transit planners have a saying: organization before electronics before concrete.…

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More projects in the works for Amtrak’s New York State Empire Service

By Eric Anderson, Albany Times-Union; December 4, 2017 Rensselaer – Projects intended to improve Amtrak’s Empire Service are in the…

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New York State: At 50, Empire Service has covered a lot of ground

By Eric Anderson, the Albany Times-Union; December 2, 2017 Rensselaer – Fifty years ago this weekend, the famous “name” trains…

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