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October 24th, 2014 by

Tired of empty promises about Metro-North?

So is Tony Hwang!

“Hwang has fought efforts to raid the Special Transportation Fund and supported increased spending to keep our trains safe and on time. It is without hesitation that I endorse Tony Hwang for the State Senate and I encourage commuters to support his candidacy, too.” – Jim Cameron, Founder, Commuter Action Group (2016 Endorsement Letter)

Hwang's Plan:

  • Empower CT Rail Commuter Council to demand highest level of service
  • Require constitutional amendment to protect transportation funding
  • Make safety and on-time performance top priority

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