Marty to Host Meeting Tomorrow Evening on Impact of Transit Cuts on Elderly, Disabled

This in from the Borough President’s office:

On Monday, June 14, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz and the Borough President’s Advisory Committee on Disability Issues will present a town hall meeting at Borough Hall to discuss the impact of MTA transit cuts on the elderly and people with disabilities who live in Brooklyn.

Representatives will be in attendance to answer questions from members of the public, who are encouraged to arrive early if they wish to speak.

The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m., at the Borough Hall Courtroom.

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  • T.K. Small

    There is a good chance that I will be at this event tomorrow night. One of the bus routes that is slated to be eliminated is the B 51, which connects downtown Brooklyn with downtown Manhattan. Without this route, many folks will be stranded and forced to use the much more expensive and unreliable paratransit (Access-A-Ride) system.