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January 8, 2014

Hundreds rescued after night on frozen Amtrak trains

More than 500 passengers were affected by the delay caused by engines being paralyzed when the trains hit a 12-foot snow drift Monday afternoon.

January 7, 2014

Arctic temperatures wreak havoc on Chicago rails

CTA, Metra and Amtrak commuters faced service delays on Monday due to record-breaking cold temperatures, which caused problems with switching systems, the agencies reported.

December 29, 2010

After snowstorm, N.Y. transit slowly returns to normalcy

Some rail and bus service returned on Tuesday, after the majority of the city’s transportation was ground to a halt on Monday. Officials said they expected more service to be back to normal by Wednesday.

December 29, 2010

NJ Transit restores normal service levels

As of Wednesday, bus and rail service began operating on a regular weekday schedule. A small percentage of routes are subject to truncations or detours as a result of local road conditions.


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