After riding the New York City subway for the first time in months, Mayor Bill de Blasio appears to be aligning himself with its many frustrated riders, and taking a more hands-on approach to the problem.
In an effort to hear customers’ frustrations and comments, New Jersey Transit’s senior management will be holding two “We are Listening” forums, which will be open to the public.
In preparation for the upcoming “summer of hell” track repair program at New York Penn Station, Amtrak has announced more details about their summer schedule.
At a press conference on Monday morning, the MTA unveiled its summer service plans for Long Island Rail Road commuters who will be adversely affected by Amtrak’s “summer of hell” Penn Station repair program. The LIRR announced its plans a week after New Jersey Transit and Amtrak released their schedules.
This afternoon, New Jersey Transit released its updated summer schedules, for use between July 10 and September 1.
In a hearing on Wednesday, officials from numerous transit agencies, including New Jersey Transit and Amtrak, were questioned by New Jersey lawmakers about the upcoming “summer of hell” due to Amtrak’s aggressive Penn Station repair program.
Today, Amtrak announced more details regarding its upcoming Penn Station repair program, which is set to begin in about a month.