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After Hurricane Sandy, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority committed $7.7 billion toward sea level resiliency. The investment will only protect the transit system for a limited period of time.
The 7:04 a.m. train bound for Jamaica was the first westbound train to leave Montauk this morning. However, travelers should still expect delays.
A train with mechanical problems and a simultaneous switch failure led to an extra heaping of commuter chaos all along the Queens Boulevard corridor this morning.
Expect delays and cancellations.
The train also changed speeds a few times prior to crashing into a bumping block.
The NTSB says it will take three to seven days to fully investigate the crash.
"If someone had a disease in Penn Station today I'm pretty sure everyone has it now."
A man jumped from a moving Long Island Rail Road train onto the tracks.
A Long Island Railroad strike is looking like an increasingly real possibility.
650,000 people use trains at Penn Station every day!
An environmental clean-up crew is dealing with the leaked fuel from a punctured tank.
The feds are going after more people in the LIRR disability pension fund mess.
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