Connecticut Metro-North Rail Commuter Council
serving riders on
Advocating improved commuter
rail service in
Whether you commute by Metro-North between Connecticut and New York, or between cities and towns within Connecticut, the Commuter Council represents you. We were formed by the CT State legislature and our members are commuters like you. We act as a consumer liaison between riders and the Connecticut Dept. of Transportation (CDOT), Metro-North, and Shore Line East railroads and advise the legislature regarding commuter issues.
We're volunteers who meet monthly (except summer) in Stamford and in
communities along the Connecticut Metro-North lines. Meetings are open to the
public and representatives from Metro-North and CDOT attend. In addition, the
Council responds to commuter letters, e-mails and telephone calls, and we accept invitations to meet
with civic groups and organizations to discuss the Council's work and how
commuter rail service can affect your community.
= Join Us At Our Next Meeting
= How The Council Helps Commuters
= How You Can Support Your Commuter Council
= CDOT / MTA / OTHERS’ Plans for The Future
= Links To More Information About Trains, Traffic & Travel
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