Amtrak plans to serve Long Island as Metro-North seeks Penn access

The Penn Station Access plan would see four new stations built in the Bronx, to be served by Metro-North commuter trains.

USA: Amtrak announced on February 5 that it had reached agreement with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority covering two enhancements to passenger services. The first is a long-standing proposal to allow MTA Metro-North to use Amtrak infrastructure to reach Penn Station in Manhattan, while the second envisages investment to ...

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