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Elected officials and public transit advocates oppose MTA’s $249 million proposal for subway patrol

Assemblyman Dinowitz (c), standing outside of Grand Central Terminal along with other commuters, advocate for improved public transportation service.
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Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, joined by assemblymembers Alicia Hyndman and Walter Mosley, along with advocates from Riders Alliance, New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign, and TransitCenter this week outside of Grand Central Terminal to call for a rejection of the proposed $249 million within the MTA’s operating budget to pay 500 additional members of the MTA police force to patrol the subways.

Posted 5:04 pm, December 19, 2019
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