Forum: The Future of Transportation on the Upper East Side

The East Side Democratic Club invites you to . . .

The Future of Transportation on the Upper East Side

Among the issues to be discussed are congestion pricing, infrastructure issues, the Second Avenue subway, accessibility, bus rapid transit, gridlock, bicycles, and fare hikes. The forum will be followed by conversation and cookies.

Speakers:

  • Assembly Member Micah Kellner, Moderator
  • NYC DOT Acting Manhattan Commissioner Keith Bray
  • State Senator Liz Krueger
  • City Council Representative Jessica Lappin
  • Staff Lawyer, Straphangers Campaign, Gene Russianoff

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