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Stamford, Connecticut - Transportation - Mass Transit
... Stamford is located on the main branch of the New Haven Line on the Metro-North Railroad, the commuter rail system for northern metropolitan New York City ... Stamford is the third busiest station on the Metro North system and serves as a major transfer point for local trains ... Stamford Station is also the terminus of a Metro-North branch that ends in New Canaan, 8 miles (13 km) away, and a part-time terminal of Shore Line East trains ...
Suffern (NJT Station)
... in Suffern, New York, United States, controlled by New Jersey Transit and also used by the Metro-North Railroad ... Metro-North's Port Jervis Line joins New Jersey Transit's Main Line at this station ... Transit in New York that does not have Metro North-styled signage trackside, instead employing NJT's black and white signs ...
Metro North Mall
... Metro North Mall is a 1.3 million square foot (123,076 m2) mall located at 400 NW Barry Road, in Kansas City North, Missouri ... Metro North opened its doors in 1976 and was the only enclosed mall located north of the Missouri River in the Kansas City metro area, as well as being the second largest mall in the area ...
Connecticut Rail Commuter Council
... state board that acts as an advocate for commuters on the Metro-North and Shore Line East railroads ... holds regular, public meetings once a month (except in the summer) with Metro-North and state Transportation Department officials to discuss concerns of commuters ... The Connecticut group is distinct from the Metro North Rail Commuter Council in New York state ...
Bridgeport, Connecticut - Transportation - Railroad and Ferries
... to nearby New York City by both Amtrak and Metro-North commuter trains ... Connecting service is also available to Waterbury via Metro-North, and New Haven via Amtrak and Metro-North ...

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