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Save the G

Congestion pricing may be dead, but you can still do something positive for local transportation. From the Save the G Coalition, a group of civic organizations dedicated to the restoration of full service on the G subway line:

On Tuesday, April 8th at 1:00pm, the NYC Council Transportation Committee will hold an oversight hearing on G train service. The Council would especially like to hear from the G train's riders about their own experiences. We hope you can take the time to appear at the hearing, and speak out.

If you can't attend the hearing in person, please consider submitting a written statement to us. Save The G will print and submit your statement on your behalf. Remember, in order for it to be official testimony for the record, you must include your full name and address. (We won't share this information with anyone but the Council members and their staff.) Please send the statement by midnight tonight to make sure we print & submit it on time for you.

Time/Date: Tuesday, April 8 at 1:00pm

Location: Council Chambers, City Hall, Manhattan

Oversight: What is the MTA doing to improve service on the G line?

Resolution #1262 Calling upon MTA to immediately improve service on the G line and to not implement any service cuts.

This is a major opportunity for G riders to speak and be heard; let's make the most of it!

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