Commuters turned out to the Stamford train station Thursday night to meet with the President of Metro North. It was one in a series of listening events the new leader of the railroad is holding. There are three more scheduled for May. Commuter Action Group founder Jim Cameron says train riders told Joseph Giuletti much of what he's been hearing from them.
He's still hearing from Danbury Branch riders. Cameron says service is getting a little better with some of the gate problems resolved, but not all of them. There is also still bus service replacing trains during the midday hours.
Cameron says for as expensive as the system is, it should be working.