Wednesday, June 11, 2014
MTA Metro-North Railroad today issued its 100-Day Report on the Action Plan established by President Joseph J. Giulietti, which focused the railroad’s efforts on improving safety, restoring reliability and improving communications.
Of 32 initiatives established in the Action Plan, 21 have been fully implemented, seven are in progress and two will be pursued after outside entities submit independent reports, the railroad said.
Two more initiatives -– implementing a “back to basics” plan for train reliability and service delivery, and communicating service delivery information to customers and elected officials -– will remain ongoing, long-term Metro-North priorities, an announcement said.
“Metro-North has made major strides in the past 100 days, with concrete accomplishments that have made operations safer, established a safety culture, improved service reliability and expanded our communications,” Giulietti said.
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