HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – Passengers will see Metro-North train tickets go up by 15 percent in November.  One of Malloy’s top aides says even with the price hike, the cost of a train ticket in Connecticut is still lower than in New York.  Some Metro-North commuters don’t agree with the comparison.  Read more……

Metro-North fees rising soon: wtnh.com

By Stephen Krauchick

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