We the Commuters: The 12 Delays of Christmas
We the Commuters
Tod Seelie / Gothamist
Anxious about the upcoming holiday commute? Want to get out ahead of the madness?
Your favorite WNYC and Gothamist reporters are here to keep you in the know as we near one of the busiest times to be in the city.
Hear from the DOT, LIRR, NYPD and other decision makers on how they’re planning for the season, and get updates on weekend subway service, whatever is happening at LGA, “designated high traffic” days, updates to Dyker Heights Lights and more. Shumita Basu and others host the evening, which will include commuter games and a performance by Sterling Strings. Panel guests include representatives from Decolonize This Place. Other guests to be announced.
Sterling Strings is comprised of Frédérique Gnaman, Edward W. Hardy, Patrick Page, and Eric Cooper.
May the tourists always stay to the right.
We the Commuters began with a mission of reporting on how transit and travel in the city is (or isn’t) happening, understanding the system and its challenges and providing a platform for regular commuters to be heard.
Get need-to-know updates, share a drink with your fellow commuters and go behind the seeming black box that is our expansive transit system. And of course, you can follow We the Commuters on Twitter and subscribe to their newsletter here.
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