Harlem’s Espaillat And Others Hail INVEST In America Provision To Create Community Outreach Committee At Amtrak

Representatives Adriano Espaillat, joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and uptown Council Member Mark Levine, hailed the inclusion of a provision in the House’s major transportation infrastructure bill. Continue Reading →

Supervisors Suspended Following Subway Derailment In Harlem

Two track maintenance supervisors were suspended Wednesday, a day after following a subway derailment in Harlem that officials said appears to have been caused by human error, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Maintenance Tops $38 Billion Creating Jobs From Harlem To The Hudson

The busiest U.S. passenger rail route needs $38 billion to stay in good working order, a 36% jump over the estimate just a year ago, according to a group that oversees the Northeast Corridor. Continue Reading →


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