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Some might just come by train.

As a Waikato girl by birth, Aucklander by nature, and living in Hamilton by choice, I’ve long being a supporter of a regular train gig chugging the willing and the weary between the hustle and pace of Auckland and the tranquility and bliss of Kirikiriroa. 143 more words

Autumn leaves on Metro-North rails cause trouble

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) β€” Not all autumn landscapes in New England are scenes of beauty.

Metro-North Railroad is warning commuters of delays due to wet leaves. 129 more words


Baker, Coakley talk range of issues in debate

DARTMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley and Republican nominee Charlie Baker are both pledging support for a commuter rail extension to Massachusetts’ south coast region, but differ on what it would take to pay for the project. 98 more words


MBTA Restores Weekend Service On 3 Commuter Rail Lines

BOSTON (AP) β€” The MBTA says it is restoring weekend service to three commuter rail lines because of customer demand.

Starting Dec. 27, Saturday and Sunday service will be restored to the Kingston/Plymouth and Greenbush lines, while Saturday service only will be restored to the Needham line. 124 more words


Commuting, Stress and a Potential Solution: WALLY Commuter Rail

What is the least stressful way to get back and forth to work? Many Michiganders might say the car. Maybe it’s the individual climate control, the radio, the quiet time, or the perceived flexibility a car commute provides, but it is easy to see why many of us think this way. 465 more words

The Trouble With Complete Streets

Yesterday I covered a press conference at the Beacon Park Railyard in Allston where Governor Deval Patrick announced that West Station would be built, bringing commuter rail and DMU service to Allston. 339 more words

Allston To Get New Commuter Rail Stop

BOSTON (AP) β€” Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh have announced that the city’s Allston neighborhood will get a new commuter rail station as part of the state’s $260 million Massachusetts Turnpike project. 160 more words