Category Archives: Howard Permut

In 30 Years, Metro-North Goes From ‘Horrible’ to Not-As-Horrible

Metro-North has reached 30 years on the rails as of today, notes Theresa Juva-Brown at the Journal News, and the service is vastly improved over what they were offering Westchester riders back in ’83. “The service was horrible,” recalled Metro-North … Continue reading

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President Permut Rides the Harlem Line

Our blogging brethren over at IRidetheHarlemLine scores a pretty good get–a sitdown with Metro-North President Howard Permut. Permut, who’s been with Metro-North since it debuted in 1983, offers an entertaining look at, as he describes it, the railroad going from … Continue reading

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