Advocates launch campaign for 6-minutes-or-better service on all subways and buses


Advocates launched a campaign on Thursday calling for the state to deliver big investments in public transit for New York, such that any New Yorker would never have to wait more than 6 minutes for a subway or bus to arrive.

The #6MinuteService Coalition, led by the straphanger advocacy group Riders Alliance and supported by various nonprofits, unions, and elected officials, is calling on Gov. Kathy Hochul to make 2023 a year of big plans for the nation’s largest and most vital transit system.