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August 27, 2012

N.Y. MTA submits $65M claim for Irene storm losses

FEMA has so far approved a total of 59 project worksheets systemwide totaling $28M from losses due to flood and wind damage to the regional transit infrastructure related to Tropical Storm Irene, which hit the region on August 28, 2011.


October 25, 2011

N.Y.'s Metro-North to open storm-damaged line in November

When service begins again, Metro-North trains will return to the full pre-storm schedule of 26 daily trains and 14 trains each weekend day and the interim train-bus-train service will cease.


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