Have Suggestions, Concerns, Ideas Re: G Train Shutdown? Share Them Today

by GWAPP on

NYS Senator Daniel Squadron is hosting a conference call along with local colleagues later today to discuss what’s working, what isn’t, and what can be improved regarding the G Train shutdown. Now would be a great time to tell him, and our other elected officials (such as AM Joe Lentol and CM Levin) what you think about how the shutdown has been handled–the good, bad and ugly.

Love the free transfer between the G and the J/M lines? Tell them! Are the buses not running on schedule? Tell them! Is rush hour traffic getting backed up on the Pulaski? Tell them!

Senator Daniel Squadron
Email squadron@nysenate.gov, call 718-875-1517, or on Twitter: @DanielSquadron

Assemblyman Joe Lentol
Call 718-383-7474 or on Twitter: @assemblymanjoe

Councilman Steve Levin
Email slevin@council.nyc.gov, call 718-875-5200, or on Twitter: @StephenLevin33

Back in April, Sen. Squadron hosted a community town hall before the G Train shutdown with several different officials and city agencies. Find out what was said and promised! You can read GWAPP’s recap of the meeting here, as well as view the release from Sen. Squadron’s office.

If you’d like to join the conference call this afternoon at 5pm, RSVP to Sen. Squadron’s office: squadron@nysenate.gov for call-in details.



The Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks & Planning, Inc. ("GWAPP") is a not-for-profit group, 501(c)(3), comprised of individuals, community organizations, religious institutions, and concerned citizens from the Greenpoint-Williamsburg communities dedicated to the development of parks and public access on the Greenpoint waterfront.