NHL slow orders

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MP 0.1
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NHL slow orders

Post by MP 0.1 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:28 am

So what is it, the entire line from Norwalk draw to the Harlem River switch in NR slow-ordered? 30 mph? Really? Any chance MNRR might send out a track gang to, maybe, start repair work? What used to take 30 minutes at most is now 45, for weeks, with not a single TLM in sight. Thought no one would notice? Maybe if mgmt could take 5 minutes from sending out the monthly self-congratulatory notices about how great the OTP is on the Hudson and Harlem lines, they could assign some resources to the NHL. Just a thought.

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Re: NHL slow orders

Post by Clean Cab » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:59 am

There is another thread in which the speed restrictions are being discuss. It's entitled Metro North Issues Speed Restrictions.
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