Randolph Glucksman has more than 40 years of rail operations experience, most recently with Systra Engineering, Inc. in Manhattan where he worked as a senior rail operations analyst. Previously, Glucksman was employed with the New York City Transit Authority where he held several positions, including principal transportation management analyst, superintendent, trainmaster, train dispatcher, motorman, and conductor. Throughout his career he has been an advocate for improved transit options, serving on several citizen advisory committees and studying proposals for transit improvements.
Glucksman is a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War with a VA-rated, service-connected disability. He received his B.S in Business Administration from Dominican College. He is married with two grown children and two grandchildren and presently resides in West Nyack, New York, commuting on one of Metro-North’s West of Hudson Lines.