Riders Alliance Calls for Transit Improvements in Astoria and Long Island City

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Riders Alliance, a local advocacy group, has begun a campaign to improve public transit in Astoria and Long Island City, DNAinfo reported. The group wants more Q103 bus access along the Queens waterfront, free transfers at Queens Plaza and Queensboro Plaza, as well as repairs at N/Q subway stations. An MTA spokesman old DNAinfo that the agency was open to feedback but had “finite” funding. Riders Alliance previously pushed for better service along the much-maligned G train.

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