Long Island Rail Road begins relocating tracks for Grand Central tunnel in New York City

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; July 19, 2018 Several LIRR trains that had been canceled or rerouted since January because…

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New York: Commuter lawsuit against Long Island Rail Road gains traction

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; July 17, 2018 A judge has cleared a path for a lawsuit filed by a…

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New York: Long Island Rail Road completes key signal at Harold Interlocking

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; July 11, 2018 The Long Island Rail Road has completed the replacement of the entire…

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Amtrak: New York’s Empire Corridor improvements on schedule

By Eric Anderson, Albany Times-Union; June 20, 2018 When upstate trains return to Penn Station in September, commuters may find…

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Pups Onboard: Why Trains Are a Great Way to Travel With Your Dog(s)

By Steve Eder, The New York Times; June 19, 2018 A few minutes after we sank into our seats, the…

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Amtrak announces ‘lactation suites’ for nursing mothers in five major train stations

By Laura Kelly, The Washington Times; May 22, 2018 Amtrak announced Tuesday it will open lactation suites for nursing mothers…

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The graveyard shift at New York City’s Penn Station

By Greg Brownell, The Post Star; May 17, 2018 Most of us who use Penn Station in New York think…

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Amtrak-related Long Island Rail Road delays ‘unacceptable,’ president says

By Alfonso A. Castillo and William Murphy, Newsday; May 3, 2018 New LIRR president Phillip Eng on Thursday said he…

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May 1st is Amtrak Day: Amtrak Celebrates 47 Years, Looks to the Future

A press release from Amtrak; May 1, 2018: Numerous customer improvements completed, more underway WASHINGTON, May 1, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today,…

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As Cost of New York City Train Link Passes $11 Billion, M.T.A.’s Credibility Shrinks

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS, The New York Times; April 25, 2018 New York City’s most expensive transit project just keeps…

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