Commuter Action Group website lets commuters voice Metro-North complaints, connect with lawmakers

The site, called Commuter Action Group, provides a

The site, called Commuter Action Group, provides a space for customers to comment on their feelings about the rail service. (January 27, 2014 6:27 PM)

Metro-North commuters say they're feeling hopeful about the possibility of better service following the launch of a new website that will connect them to state lawmakers.

The site, called Commuter Action Group, provides a space for customers to comment on their feelings about the rail service.

Jim Cameron, creator of the website, served as chairman of the Connecticut Rail Commuter Council....

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