Metro-North to Add 230 Trains as N.Y. MTA Reverses CutsEsmé E. Deprez
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to expand Metro-North train service by the most in its history to accommodate growing weekend demand, as the agency restores systemwide cuts made in 2010 during a fiscal crunch.
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