Tuesday, March 24, 2009

MTA to (modestly) bolster New Haven Line service

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Per request from the Connecticut Department of Transportation, New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority will extend three Metro-North New Haven Line round trips about 1.7 miles east of New Haven’s Union Station, to State Street Station in New Haven, closer to the city’s downtown district. The extensions take place with the April 5 timetable change.

The added territory also served by Shore Line East Railroad, which provides regional passenger service from New London, Conn., west to New Haven (with some continuing as far west as Stamford, Conn.). Some Shore Line East riders routinely transfer at New Haven for Metro-North service to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan; Metro-North also shows this option in its timetable. 

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