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Topic - Joseph Giulietti
Metro-North, the nation's second-largest commuter railroad, allowed safety to erode while pushing to keep its trains on time, resulting in a lax culture of inadequate inspections, poor training and inappropriate cellphone use, according to a stinging federal report prompted by a deadly derailment.
Metro-North President Joseph Giulietti (joo-LEH'-tee) has given Connecticut's transportation commissioner a preliminary 100-day improvement plan.
The Metro-North Railroad has failed commuters who are fed up with late trains, concerns about safety, rising fares and other chronic problems, Connecticut lawmakers bluntly told the transit agency's two top executives Thursday.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is the latest Connecticut politician to meet with the new president of Metro-North Railroad.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy is set to meet privately with the new president of Metro-North Railroad.
NEW YORK (AP) — A longtime transit official who helped form the nation's second-busiest railroad said Thursday he would retire as its president at the end of the month following a year of problems including a derailment that caused the first passenger deaths in its history.
"We are currently reorganizing our Safety Department so that its sole focus is safety, and we are improving employee training programs," Giulietti wrote.