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Port Jervis Line commuters miffed by delays, fare hike

Snafus snarl Metro-North day before fares rise

SALISBURY MILLS — Joann Behan and hundreds of other commuters stood on the platform at the Metro-North station Tuesday, listening to announcements, checking transit alerts on BlackBerrys and iPhones — and waiting for trains that never came.

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Morris company picked for Lackawanna Cutoff

From The Daily Record. Visit this page to read the entire article

A proposed design for the restored Lackawanna Cutoff train line between Port Morris/Roxbury and Andover will be ready by May 2010, NJ Transit said Wednesday after its board of directors approved a contract with a Morristown company.

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Federal OK gets rail line rolling

Federal OK gets rail line rolling
Lackawanna Cutoff in line for funding

The first phase of a long- planned commuter rail line in northwestern New Jersey has won federal environmental approval, but it still will be many years before any passengers board trains on the Lackawanna Cutoff line, officials said.

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Bombardier Transportation Wins Locomotive Orders Valued at 330 Million Euros

BERLIN, GERMANY, Aug 18, 2008 (Marketwire via COMTEX) ----Bombardier Transportation announced today it has signed two contracts to supply a total of 46 dual-powered passenger locomotives to the New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ TRANSIT) and the Agence Metropolitaine de Transport (AMT) in Montreal.

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Chatham breakdown and 'Amtrak' delays

Had a 30 minute delay this AM because of a broken down train near Chatham. NO announcements were to be heard in my time standing around at Summit. I learned of the breakdown through the email alert NJT sent out.

We also were delayed at Secacus Junction going up the hill to the NEC. they blamed that one on Amtrak, like they always do.

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