What Up, G?

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Graffiti at the Metropolitan Ave. subway station on the G line.

Streetsblog will be keeping an eye on Save The G, a new blog advocating for service improvements on the beleaguered G subway line. The blog is being produced by a coalition of civic groups and elected officials from Brooklyn and Queens, including, Queens Civic Congress, NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign, Regional
Plan Association, GWAPP, North Brooklyn Greens, Fort Greene
Association, Bed-Stuy Neighborhood Stabilization Task Force, and
Assemblyman Joe Lentol.

Photo: Triborough on Flickr

  • ms nomer

    Cool! G train riders need to band together and demand better service.

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