Metro-North

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More people are riding Metro-North. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said it’s adding more trains to keep up with demand.

A Metro-North train in Stamford, Connecticut.
Lil Keller / WSHU Public Radio

Metro-North New Haven Line riders can now see the number of available seats in approaching train cars.

empty bus
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La Pandemia del COVID-19 diezmó el número de pasajeros en el Metro-North Railroad, la principal arteria de Connecticut hacia la ciudad de New York — lo que provocó numerosos recortes en el servicio. Los pasajeros todavía no han regresado del todo. Algunos expertos están utilizando la crisis para buscar formas de cómo reformular el transporte en el estado.

Metro-North 'Penn Station Access' Plan To Resume

May 14, 2021
John Minchillo / AP

A plan to bring the Metro-North railroad through Penn Station has been revived.

Joelle Schrock / WSHU

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said it could be forced to cut the Metro-North commuter rail service by up to 50 percent if it doesn’t get additional federal assistance. 

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