This Saturday, the Riders Alliance will host a petition drive to ask for better service on the historically slow, spotty G train. According to Brokelyn, “The petition is asking for more frequent G train service and free out of system transfers between the Broadway stop and either the Hewes or Lorimer J stops and between the Fulton stop and the Atlantic Terminal subway hub.” The group (which is accepting volunteers) will meet to petition at noon this Saturday at the Second Stop Cafe in Williamsburg. As an added bonus, Riders Alliance buys lunch for petitioners after the group hits the streets.
Petition for a Better, Cheaper G Train This Saturday [Brokelyn]
Volunteer to Improve the G Train! [Riders Alliance]
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