Commuter Service

Some articles on service, commuter, commuter service:

SEPTA Regional Rail - History - The Pennsylvania Railroad and The Reading Company
... both companies electrified their busiest lines to improve the efficiency of their passenger service ... to New York City), the RDG never expanded electric lines beyond the Philadelphia commuter district ... By the late 1950s, commuter service had become a drag on profitability for the PRR and RDG, like most railroads of the era ...
History Of Railroads In Michigan - Railroads in Michigan Today - Commuter Service
... See also WALLY (commuter rail) and SEMCOG Commuter Rail Michigan has not had commuter rail service since 1984, when Amtrak discontinued the Michigan Executive, which ran between Ann Arbor ... SEMTA had discontinued the Grand Trunk Western's old Pontiac–Detroit service the year before ... and a coalition of Washtenaw County agencies and businesses, would provide daily service between Ann Arbor and Howell ...
Everett Station - Bus Services - Local/commuter Service
... Community Transit and Everett Transit provide local route service to Everett Station ... Island Transit, and Skagit Transit provide commuter service to Everett Station ... Skagit Transit provides bus service to Mount Vernon and Burlington in Skagit County, Island Transit provides service to Stanwood and Camano Island ...
Hudson Line (Metro-North) - History
... Central operated many intercity and commuter trains over this line for many years ... Commuter service along the line was offered as far north as Albany Union Station, with 121 trains serving Albany per day during the NYC's peak years ... At the end of the second world war, private rail service began a sharp decline with the start of the Jet Age and the construction of the Interstate Highway System ...

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