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Connecticut Rail Commuter Council

 

Connecticut Metro-North Rail Commuter Council

serving riders on

Metro-North's New Haven Division & Shore Line East Railroads

Advocating improved commuter rail service in Connecticut.

 

 

Jim Cameron resigns from Commuter Council

Cameron explains decision, plans for new advocacy

 

Here are your best resources for rail service updates:

Twitter: @CTRailCommuters @MetroNorth @CC_mnr_mh

Web: www.MTA.info www.CleverCommute.com

 

 

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

  Agenda of our next meeting 

  Minutes of recent Council meetings 

  Schedule of upcoming meetings

  Council members and contact info

= How The Council Helps Commuters

  Join our free Commuter E-mail Alert Service

  News releases from the Council on issues affecting commuters

= How You Can Support Your Commuter Council

  Send an e-mail to your CT lawmakers supporting rail service 

  Directory of Council members  

  Contact the Council with your questions, complaints and kudos

  Support the Commuter Council Heres How  

= CDOT / MTA / OTHERS Plans for The Future

  Coastal Corridor TIA Report to TSB on 20 yr Transportation Strategy

  MTA Studies Penn Station Access for Metro-North

  MTA Studies LIRR Access to Grand Central 

  Learn more about the CT Transportation Strategy Board

  SW Regional Planning Agencys reports on transportation

= Links To More Information About Trains, Traffic & Travel

  Live Traffic cam's on I-95 show how bad traffic is right now

  Links to Metro-North, Shore Line East, NJ Transit & Amtrak websites  

  Links to other rail advocacy, government and community groups 

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