The G Train Workout Plan is designed to improve your endurance, burn calories and increase flexibility. Make infrequent and unreliable G train service work for you! Our workout consists of these easy-to-follow exercises:
THE SPRINT to catch a train THE STRETCH to reach a pole THE HIKE to another line when the G is late again
Exercise your right to a better G train. Sign the Riders Alliance petitionfor more frequent trains, better communication with riders and free transfers to nearby lines. Then tweet @ridersny to tell us how you shaped up with the #Gtrainworkoutplan.
Riders Alliance member Thomasin Bentley wants her bus back! Behind her are Assembly Members David Weprin and Nily Rozic, City Council Member Gale Brewer, NYC Transit Riders Council Chair Andrew Albert, and MTA Board Member Allen Cappelli. And dozens more Riders Alliance members who turned out on a Sunday!
More than two dozen Riders Alliance members rallied with our fellow transit advocates today to demand that Governor Cuomo and the MTA invest a $40 million unexpected surplus in expanded train and bus service.
We were joined at the event by MTA board member Allen Cappelli, as well as State Senator Daniel Squadron, Assembly Members Nily Rozic and David Weprin, and City Council Members Gale Brewer, Vincent Gentile and Stephen Levin.
More than 75 Riders Alliance members came to our Rally For a Better G Train, including Tolani Adeboye, who addressed the crowd on behalf of the group.
Thanks to the 75 people who joined us for our Rally for a Better G Train on January 27th, co-hosted by State Senators Daniel Squadron and Martin Dilan.
Our rally was covered extensively in the press, including articles in more than a dozen news outlets and an interview with some of our members on Channel 11 news. We were also joined by State Senator Michael Gianaris, Assemblyman Joe Lentol and City Councilmembers Leticia James and Steve Levin.