Trouble on the train? Tell us your story

Metro-North's Waterbury, Conn. train line rolls into Derby, Conn. Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011 despite icy weather conditions. Photo: Autumn Driscoll / Connecticut Post

January wasn’t just the snowiest month on record in Connecticut. It was also one of the most hectic in several years for commuters on Metro-North, who have been forced to deal with countless delays,  service changes and overcrowded trains.

As the MTA makes efforts to deal with train shortages, equipment failures and snow-and-ice-covered tracks, we want to hear from you.

How has the weather impacted your commuting experience? Have you been late for work,  stuck waiting for an hour or longer for a train? Unable to sit down on your ride to Stamford or Grand Central?

If so, leave a comment. Tell us what your experiences have been like.

Have a particular horror story? Or a story about Metro-North crews stepping up and improving service despite adverse conditions?

Have a memorable experience involving a trip to or from work?

Leave a comment and let us know. We’ll take the best stories and feature them on our websites.

You can also reach us on Twitter @ConnPost, @StamAdvocate, @NewsTimes or @GreenwichTime to send stories, photos or live updates during your commute.

Ben Doody