Mayor Adams, top cop Sewell and MTA boss Lieber commute with subway riders during morning rush event touting drop in crime


Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell, Mayor Eric Adams, and CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Janno Lieber rode the subway from Brooklyn to Manhattan during rush hour on Thursday morning in an effort to highlight transit safety.

amNewYork Metro caught the trio as they entered the transit system at Barclays Center-Atlantic Avenue just after 8:30 a.m. on March 16. According to NYPD’s top cop and hizzoner, the trip was both about hearing from straphangers firsthand and highlighting the decrease in crime underground.