The Long Island Rail Road should operate 24/7 at Willets Point as part of the governor's proposed AirTrain to LaGuardia Airport to help workers get to their jobs and minimize congestion, according to a letter sent by Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras.
Ferreras, who represents the area and was an integral part of the plan to redevelop Willets Point, sent Gov. Andrew Cuomo a note about his AirTrain plan with suggestions that can help the community.
Those suggestions include renovation of the bridge that connects the 7 train and the LIRR as well as 24-hour service at the LIRR station, which is on the Port Washington branch.
Friday, January 30, 2015
Julissa wants 24/7 connection at Willets Point
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:15 AM
Labels: airtrain, Andrew Cuomo, bridges, Julissa Ferreras, LaGuardia, letter, LIRR, subway, Willets Point
She hasn't a clue. Is everyone in government so stupid?
The N train extension makes more sense.
She thinks she's an urban planner engineer environmentalist transportation specialist.
And free unicorn rides between the terminal for the LGA shuttle, the 7, and the LIRR while you are at it.
Remember, you have to go east from LGA to get to Manhattan.
F_ck no to this and re-activating Elmhust station!!
This gives the biggest illegal shithole on the planet an express path to Great Neck, Manhasset, Port Washington looking to work cheap. We see enough of these squat hobos lurking around harassing all the white women.
This would be WWIII with those Long Island people
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