New Metro-North president speaks to commuters in Westport Thusday

Commuters in Westport had the chance to talk to the new president of Metro-North Thursday night. Joseph Guilietti and the Department of Transportation commissioner met

Joseph Guilietti and the Department of Transportation commissioner

Joseph Guilietti and the Department of Transportation commissioner will update commuters on Metro-North's 100 Day action plan. (Credit: News 12)

WESTPORT - Commuters in Westport had the chance to talk to the new president of Metro-North Thursday night.

Joseph Guilietti and the Department of Transportation commissioner met with commuters to gain insight into what they can do to make the Metro-North run better.

Giulietti says they need to establish credibility with commuters so they can return the Metro-North to a reliable state and restore credibility.

Giulietti added that Metro-North is also working on a schedule change that will ensure passengers won't be stuck waiting for late trains.

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