Supervisors Suspended Following Subway Derailment In Harlem

Two track maintenance supervisors were suspended Wednesday, a day after following a subway derailment in Harlem that officials said appears to have been caused by human error, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Albert Maysles Was Obsessed With Being In Transit On Amtrak

The NY Post reports that long into his 80s, Albert Maysles always preferred buses and trains to taxis. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Maintenance Tops $38 Billion Creating Jobs From Harlem To The Hudson

The busiest U.S. passenger rail route needs $38 billion to stay in good working order, a 36% jump over the estimate just a year ago, according to a group that oversees the Northeast Corridor. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Service Disruption In And Out Of Penn Station

Due to a minor train derailment, Amtrak customers should expect delays in and out of Penn Station. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Service At The 125th Street Station Suspended (Upgate)

amtrak1Due to a freight train derailment near the Hell Gate Line, Amtrak Northeast Regional service which includes the 125th Street stop is suspended between New York and New Rochelle. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Invests $2.4 Billion For Next-Gen High-Speed Trains From Harlem To The Hudson

Metro-North RailroadAmtrak trains run up and down the Northeast Corridor at 125th Street and Park Avenue at the Metro-North stop in East Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

After Barge Collison Amtrak Restores Metro-North Service

Metro-North RailroadAmtrak has restored service on the Empire Line after a boat struck the Spuyten Duyvil Bridge (where the Hudson and Harlem Rivers meet). The boat struck the bridge around 4:20 p.m. Sunday, prompting a temporary suspension in both directions. Continue Reading →

PATH Joins MTA And Amtrak In Banning Hoverboards

Hoverboard (1)Crains New York reports that for Harlemites who own hoverboards, the Port Authority Trans-Hudson rail line has joined other transit systems in banning hoverboards on its trains and in stations. Continue Reading →