How will the proposed transportation project freeze, commuter rail fare increases and schedule reductions affect Old Lyme? Should we have tolls on our major highways? What can be done to fix Metro-North? Will we raise the gasoline tax? What about high-speed rail? Jim Cameron will speak to these concerns and answer questions on Wednesday, February 21 at 7pm at Old Lyme's Memorial Town Hall.
Jim served 19 years on the Metro-North Commuter Council, four as its Chairman. In 2015 he formed a new advocacy organization, The Commuter Action Group. His popular weekly newspaper column "Talking Transportation" appears in Lymeline.com.