- Connecticut may cut funds to MTA's New Haven Line, affecting peak-hour service to Manhattan.
- MTA warns that peak-hour trains may need to be cut if subsidy is reduced by $38 million.
- New Haven Line is Metro-North's busiest rail line, with ridership increasing after pandemic.
- MTA officials in contact with Connecticut counterparts to resolve issue.
- CTDOT analyzing current ridership patterns and possible schedule adjustments to reflect available funding.
Connecticut’s New Haven Commuter Rail Line to Manhattan Faces Possible Cuts
Connecticut considers cutting funds to MTA's New Haven Line, potentially leading to reduced peak-hour service to Manhattan. MTA officials in talks to resolve issue.