Metro-North Announces Early Getaway Trains For Labor Day Weekend


Patch reports that the upcoming Labor Day weekend, Metro-North Railroad has made a few changes, including extra early getaway trains Friday so can start your last official weekend of summer right away. Continue Reading →

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Metro-North Schedule Changes Begin June 4 2017 For Harlem, Hudson Lines

For Harlemites who travel on Metro-North at 125th Street, there is finally upcoming track improvement work by Metro-North means schedule adjustments for certain Harlem Line and Hudson Line trains. Continue Reading →

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Railroad Trestle Work, Harlem NY 1870 (Photography)

railroad_tresle_work_between_100th__116th_streets_on_4th_avenue_new_york_from_robert_nWe’ve Come A Long Way Baby

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As in other early railroads, the dominant propulsion in the Harlem railroad’s early years was horse power – as in horses pulling things power. Continue Reading →

Development At 1516 Park Avenue In East Harlem

1516-Park-Ave in east harlem1East Harlem may be experiencing a renaissance, but the stretch of Park Avenue covered by the elevated Metro-North Railroad tracks remains inhospitable and littered with vacant lots. Continue Reading →

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MTA Expands Employees Testing For Sleep Apnea

mta wreck2More MTA employees will get tested for sleep apnea, expanding a program instituted  to prevent another accident to effect Harlem riders like the fatal 2013 Metro-North derailment caused by a drowsy engineer, Gov. Cuomo announced Tuesday. Continue Reading →

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Karl Fischer Designs A 44-Apartment East Harlem Building

1520-Park-Avenue-94-East-111th-Street-Karl-Fischer-East-HarlemNY Curbed reports that a 44-unit residential building is headed to East Harlem. The 12-story structure will rise at 94 East 111th Street, at the corner of Park Avenue, and be designed by Karl Fischer Architects, according to 6sqft, which also published new renderings of the project. Continue Reading →

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