MTA to fund automatic rail-car inspection system for faster services

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is set to use $2 million in federal grants to fund an automatic rail-car inspection system.

News 12 Staff

Mar 21, 2024, 10:56 AM

Updated 32 days ago

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is set to use $2 million in federal grants to fund an automatic rail-car inspection system.
The agency says this upcoming pilot will allow Metro-North Railroad to conduct daily inspections more efficiently. The improvement is said to detect issues at a much faster rate while reducing repair time.
The benefits are expected to help commuters be less impacted by train track troubles.


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