STATEN ISLAND, NY – After breaking up what could have been a violent attack on a photographer aboard the Staten Island ferry, mayoral candidate Andrew Yang visited the borough’s north coast on Friday to learn more. more on local concerns.
The former presidential candidate met with local Democrats, transit workers and a West Brighton business owner as he shared what the future of Staten Island would look like in a city administration in Yang.
A central part of that future and a focal point of Yang’s tour was the district’s public transportation system, and an eight-point plan he would suggest for improving it.
“I want to see if we can improve public transportation for the people of Staten Island,” Yang said Friday. “I spoke to a bunch of Staten Islanders the other day and they had some trouble with the city…
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