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By Emily Miller
Billionaire gets mobbed by fans at CPAC
Topic - Metropolitan Transportation Authority
The Metro-North Railroad has failed commuters who are fed up with late trains, concerns about safety, rising fares and other chronic problems, Connecticut lawmakers bluntly told the transit agency's two top executives Thursday.
A Metro-North train has struck a car at a crossing in Milford, but authorities say nobody was injured.
Traffic was flowing again early Tuesday on a stretch of Interstate 405 in Los Angeles County that was shut down for construction, raising the threat of a holiday weekend "Jamzilla" that never materialized.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the state have agreed to establish an independent review of projects before work is done on power or electrical lines to avoid outages similar to a major disruption last September on the Metro-North Railroad.
"Jamzilla" hasn't lived up to its name - at least so far.
A city bus and a box truck believed to have been stolen collided at a Manhattan intersection early Wednesday, sending both vehicles onto the sidewalk and into scaffolding, killing the bus driver and injuring at least four other people, authorities said.
An 18-year-old yeshiva student is being accused of scrawling anti-Semitic graffiti at a railroad station on Long Island.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will reduce rush-hour commuter rail and New York city bus service as a winter storm exits the Northeast, leaving behind ice and snow.
Connecticut is launching a $10 million project upgrading the power supply on Metro-North Railroad's New Haven line to prevent a repeat of an outage that disrupted service for nearly two weeks last September.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says its pilot program to reduce trash in the subway system is working and it will remove refuse cans at an additional 29 stations.
Completion of the long-awaited project to link the Long Island Rail Road into Grand Central Terminal may now be 2023 and cost $10.7 billion.
More passengers rode the Long Island Rail Road in 2013 than any commuter rail line in the country.
A nearly two-hour power outage that stranded thousands of Metro-North Commuter Railroad passengers was caused by human error during an electrical repair project, transit officials said Friday.
The Metro-North Railroad is reporting delays of up to 15 minutes on the New Haven, Hudson and Harlem lines due to the storm that dumped up to a foot or more of snow in parts of Connecticut and New York.
Metro-North Railroad says it's reducing evening service in response to a worsening snow storm.