REDDING, Conn. (WTNH) — A motor vehicle on Metro-North Railroad train tracks in Redding is causing delays on the Danbury Line. Metro-North warned that customers would experience delays from Danbury to South Norwalk. This is a developing story. Check back with News 8 for updates.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Metro-North trains into New Haven were delayed seven hours. On Sunday morning around 6 a.m., Metro-North tweeted the New Haven line would have 60 minutes of delays due to “weather-related signal power issues” from Mt. Vernon East and New Rochelle, New York. This was not the first sight of delay. […]
Repairs, maintenance and upgrades. Those things kept making the trains run late. So instead of speeding up the trains, they slowed down the schedules.
MTA Metro-North Railroad has been awarded a grant of up to $2.3 million to support Positive Train Control (PTC) communications testing.
The Metro-North New Haven service line is back up and running along with heavy delays Monday morning.
If you take Metro-North to get to and from work, expect some changes coming to your routine.
One person was struck by a Metro-North train in New York on Monday.
MTA Metro-North Railroad announced Tuesday that it will be implementing new schedules to provide increased train frequency and more travel options on the Harlem, New Haven, and New Haven lines.
Metro North Railroad has confirmed with News 8 that a person has been struck and killed by a train around the Noroton Heights station in Darien.
Attention all Connecticut commuters – expect a longer ride to work this summer.