We asked the New York City Transit President to drop the diplomacy and tell us what he really feels about the Adams administration's bus efforts so far. Here's what he said (no, he did not drop the diplomacy).
Mayor Adams said he listened to the "community" when he decided to reduce the hours of two busways — but the community he's citing clearly aren't the bus riders whose lives he promised to improve just two months ago.
Meanwhile, a bus rider says, “Drivers don’t follow the rules! They’re constantly standing in no standing zones, which causes congestion. It's important that the city prioritizes those who take public transit.”