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My Sign for Proposal Fare Hike/Toll/Paratransit Hike and Service Cut

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Yuki while i applaud you and the Straphangers Camapign/NYPIRG to save the fare it's up to pressuring the public to force Political leaders in Albany to save the fare not Lee Sandler. Just being honest.

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Yuki while i applaud you and the Straphangers Camapign/NYPIRG to save the fare it's up to pressuring the public to force Political leaders in Albany to save the fare not Lee Sandler. Just being honest.

 

Thanks Larry.

 

I didn't do speech yet, but I send some of speech to NY State, Nassau County and Whitehouse.

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Here is location of meeting.

Tuesday, January 20th.

Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel

Phoenix Ballroom, 135-20 39th Ave, Flushing, Queens

Direction:

(7)<7> express to Flushing-Main St

Q12, Q13, Q15, Q16, Q17, Q19, Q20A-B/Q44, Q25/Q34, Q26, Q27, Q28, Q44, Q65, Q66, QBx1, N20/N21, X32/X51.

Q58 or LIRR to Flushing LIRR Station.

 

Wednesday, January 21st.

Garden City Hotel

Grand Ballroom

45 7th St, Garden City.

Direction:

LIRR to Garden City or Mineola for southbound N40/N41 or Freeport Station for northbound N40/N41.

 

Monday, January 26th.

College of Staten Island, CSI Center for the Arts, Springer Concert Hall

2800 Victory Blvd, Staten Island

Directions:

S62, 92, 53 (transfer to S62 or 92 at Victory Blvd and Clove Rd) or S93

X10/X11

shuttle Bus will be provided between CSI bus stop and concert hall

 

Wednesday, January 28th.

NY Marriots at Brooklyn Bridge

333 Adams St, Brooklyn.

Directions:(A)(C)(F) to Jay St-Borough Hall, (M)(R) to Lawrence St, or(2)(3)(4)(5) to Borough Hall

B25, 26, 37, 38, 41, 45, 51, 52, 54, 57, 61, 65, 67,75 or 103

 

 

Westchester County Center-Rooms A to C

198 Central Av, White Plains:

Bee-Line Buses: 1W, 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 20, 40, Loop or BxM4C to Harding Av.

Others: CT Transit to White Plains or Tappan Zee Express to Westchester County Center.

 

Monday, Feburay 1st.

Palisade Mall-

Rosa Community Room, 1000 Palisade Center Drive, West Nyack.

Direction:

Metro-North:

New Haven Line to Port Chester for Bee-Line 13 to White Plains. When you're transfering to Tappan Zee Express, 13 bus operator will give you free transfer from $1.50 Tappan Zee Express.

Harlem Line to White Plains for Tappan Zee Express with stop at Palisade Store, not LOT J.

Hudson Line to Tarrytown for Tappan Zee Express with stop at Palisade Store, not LOT J.

You may also take Bee-Line bus to White Plains or Tarrytown for Tappan Zee Express.

 

From NJ Region-Orange area:

Take Port Jervis or Main/Bergen Line to Suffern or Pascak Vally Line to Spring Valley for eastbound Tappan Zee Express to Palisade Mall store.

 

Wednesday, Feburary 4th.

Lehman College, CUNY, Lovinger Theatre

250 Bedford Park Blvd West, Bronx

Directions:

(4) to Bedford Park Blvd - Lehman College or (:P(D) to Bedford Park Blvd; Bx2, Bx10, Bx22 ,Bx28;

BxM4A, BxM4B.

Bee-Line: 4, 20/21 to Bedford Park Blvd Subway.

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Yuki, the PATH system is not part of the MTA.

I know PATH, Airtrain JFK is PANY&NJ and Bee-Line BxM4C is Westchester County, but they take MetroCard, that's why I put them with MetroCard section.

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PATH's fare is not going up. Their fare is the same regardless of method of payment used. The PATH still doesn't belong on that sign.

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PATH's fare is not going up. Their fare is the same regardless of method of payment used. The PATH still doesn't belong on that sign.

I meant I put PATH and Airtrain JFK by MetroCard because PPR Bonus structure.

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Nice however, having some signs up will not make the MTA any more sympathetic to the people.

You must have arguments to support WHY the MTA shouldn't cut service or raise fares. You should provide them with possible solutions to dodge this doomsday scenario. Perhaps the MTA will put an ear.

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