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  • Confusion, Delays On Harlem Line Day After Deadly Crash

    Confusion, Delays On Harlem Line Day After Deadly Crash
    BREWSTER, N.Y. — The day after the deadliest accident in the history of one of the nation's busiest commuter railroads, trains kept running on Metro-North's Harlem Line Wednesday, but service was marred by confusion, lengthy delays, shaken...
  • Thursday forecast: Rain, rain and more rain

    Thursday forecast: Rain, rain and more rain
    Thursday's morning commute started off with dark skies, then rain, and now the wait for possible thunderstorms to flare up before the afternoon rush hour begins. National Weather Service officials predicted an 80 percent chance of rain for Thursday with...
  • Dense morning fog along Lake Michigan to slow commute

    Dense morning fog along Lake Michigan to slow commute
    A morning fog Tuesday may slow some commuters in the Chicagoland area. The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for Cook and Lake counties as well as parts of northwest Indiana, including Gary and Valparaiso. The fog is expected to...
  • CTfastrak Ridership Light, But Commuters Like First Look

    CTfastrak Ridership Light, But Commuters Like First Look
    HARTFORD — Ridership fluctuated on the first workday morning for the CTfastrak busway as workers hurried to fix small defects and bump up efficiency. Most comments from passengers were positive, and many rush hour buses — especially on the...
  • In Car vs. Bus 'Race,' Auto Wins – But CTfastrak Offers A Stress-Free Commute, Amenities

    In Car vs. Bus 'Race,' Auto Wins – But CTfastrak Offers A Stress-Free Commute, Amenities
    HARTFORD — After hearing the phrase "road race," the next logical thought is never: NovaBus LFX diesel-electric hybrid. And for good reason. The Nova is 62 feet bumper-to-bumper, 102 inches wide and — fully loaded — weighs in at more...
  • Naperville commuters use the buddy system

    Naperville commuters use the buddy system
    Naperville residents Dan Kearns and Milind Dighe both contend that they have lucked out. As part of two separate Pace van pools, despite varied personalities, cultural differences, close quarters, and commuting long distances, riders typically get...
  • Icy conditions blamed for pileup in Bedford Park

    Icy conditions blamed for pileup in Bedford Park
    A crash involving at least 10 vehicles shut down busy Harlem Avenue in Bedford Park for much of the morning commute Friday, but no injuries were reported, authorities said. The crash occurred around 6 a.m. and shut down a stretch of Harlem from 63rd...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes

    Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes
    Good morning, Baltimore:  Here's what you need to know for Friday. WEATHER It’s going to be  a rainy Friday with temperatures reaching 51 and falling back to 34 overnight. There is a possibility of --- there’s that word again --- snow...
  • Rain hits for Friday's morning commute

    Rain hits for Friday's morning commute
    Rain on Friday morning in the Baltimore region is expected to cause some problems for the morning commute, but temperatures will stay well above freezing, according to the national Weather Service. The NWS says a band of "moderate to locally heavy" rain...
  • Expect Good Things As CTfastrak Gets Underway

    Expect Good Things As CTfastrak Gets Underway
    If it were the 1950s and we were planning downtown Hartford for the modern era, we might not choose to run a huge interstate highway through the heart of the city and then tear down a lot of historic buildings for ramps and parking lots. We might choose a...
  • I-4 Ultimate work to start in middle of road

    I-4 Ultimate work to start in middle of road
    The $2.3 billion rebuild of Interstate 4 could be confusing for motorists when it starts in earnest early this summer because of what's known as lane shifting. That's when lanes that were open one day are closed, and ones that were closed are open...