Neighborhood by neighborhood, Riders Alliance members are fighting for better public transit service at affordable fares for all New Yorkers. Join a campaign to help win our ambitious 2016 agenda!
1. State Funding for Public Transit
We’re organizing riders to fight for the funds we need to keep our subways and buses running. Visit ridersny.org/funding or contact rebecca [@] ridersny.org to join the fight for public funding for public transit!
2. #FairFares for Low-Income Riders
Hundreds of thousands of very low-income New Yorkers can’t afford MetroCards, even though they rely on public transportation. Visit ridersny.org/fairfares or contact danna [@] ridersny.org to campaign for fair fares for low-income riders!
3. Bus Turnaround
Buses in New York City are slow, unreliable, and unfortunately getting worse for bus riders that have lower incomes and can not afford a car and live far from a subway. Visit ridersny.org/busturnaround or contact Stephanie at email@example.com to join the Bus Turnaround Campaign.
4. …and more!
What is your idea to improve public transit? Riders Alliance is always looking for ideas to improve public transit in New York. Please tell us what will make your commute better—we welcome input on concerns as universal as “I think crosstown buses should be free” and as specific as “the signage is confusing at my subway station.” How could subway or bus service improve for you? Tell us here.