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  1. Allan Rosen

    Not all the 30,000 daily bus riders will benefit from SBS. Those riding under a mile to the subway will save only a minute or two which is negligible. Perhaps 15,000 will save considerable time of ten or fifteen minutes if they don’t have to walk extra because their bus stop was eliminated.

    Why doesn’t Richards care about the 100,000 to 150,000 daily motorists who are not in buses and will lose as much as 15 to 30 minutes more because of the loss of a general traffic lane? Aren’t they his constituents also? And that is in addition to the 20 minutes they already have lost because of the bus lane in Rego Park. And where are the slip lanes we were promised?

    Getting into a car on Woodhaven certainly is not a luxury anymore. An improvement means most people benefit, not 20,000 benefit and over 100,000 are worse off.

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