Railroad may want more money

NORWICH – A state economic development agency claims the New York Susquehanna & Western railroad has received $4 million in state Department of Transportation money since 2000 to repair possibly soon-to-be-abandoned tracks, and is now asking for $5.4 million more. $5 million of the latest request is to reportedly make upgrades for passenger train service between Utica and Binghamton, with $400,000 for flood repairs between Sherburne and Chenango Forks.

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