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LICSN: Act Now to Stop LI Transit Cuts

Transportation presents Long Island with challenging and difficult choices in coming years.   But expanding public transit is a regional necessity and cannot occur if ticket fares continually increase, especially when gas prices are decreasing.  Many cannot afford these rate increases.

From Vision Long IslandAct Now to Stop LI Transit Cuts

lirrTake action to stop the proposed transit cuts! Vision Long Island , in coordination with Tri-State Transportation Campaign, ACORN, Long Island Progressive Coalition, and other advocacy organizations, are calling on Long Islanders to oppose the massive budget cuts and fare increases proposed by the MTA. Call your State Senators and Assemblypersons to seek alternative funding mechanisms to fund needed transit services. The recommendations proposed in the Ravitch Commission report spell out necessary funding offsets such as payroll taxes and tolling of East River and Harlem bridges.

Please call your Senator or Assembly Member now:

State Senators:
District 1 – Kenneth P. LaValle: 631-696-6900 or 518-455-3121
District 2 – John J. Flanagan: 631-361-2154 or 518-455-2071
District 3 – Brian Foley: 631-360-3356 or 518-455-2303
District 4 – Owen H. Johnson: 631-669-9200 or 518-455-3411
District 5 – Carl L. Marcellino: 516-922-1811 or 518-455-2390
District 6 – Kemp Hannon: 516-739-1700 or 518-455-2200
District 7 – Craig M. Johnson: 516-746-5923 or 518-455-2622
District 8 – Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr.: 516-882-0630 or 518-455-3341
District 9 – Dean G. Skelos: 516-766-8383 or 518-455-3171

Assembly Members:
District 1 – Marc Alessi (Wading River): 631-929-5540 or 518-455-5294
District 2 – Fred Thiele ( Sag Harbor ): 631-537-2583 or 518-455-5997
District 3 – Patricia Eddington (Patchogue): 631-207-0073 or 631-207-0073
District 4 – Steven Englebright (Setauket): 631-751-3094 or 518-455-4804
District 5 – Ginny Fields (Oakdale): 631-589-8685 or 518-455-5937
District 6 – Philip Ramos ( Brentwood ): 631-435-3214 or 518-455-5185
District 7 – Michael J. Fitzpatrick ( Smithtown ): 631-724-2929 or 518-455-5021
District 8 – Philip Boyle ( Bay Shore ): 631-647-9400 or 518-455-4611
District 9 – Andrew Raia ( East Northpoint ): 631-261-4151 or 518-455-5952
District 10 – James Conke (Huntingdon Station): 631-271-8025 or 518-455-5732
District 11 – Robert Sweeney ( Lindenhurst ): 631-957-2087 or 518-455-5787
District 12 – Joseph Saladino ( Massapequa ): 516-844-0635 or 518-455-5305
District 13 – Charles Lavine ( Glen Cove ): 516-676-0050 or 518-455-5456
District 14 – Robert Barra ( Lynbrook ): 516-561-8216 or 518-455-4656
District 15 – Robert Walker ( Hicksville ): 516-937-3571 or 518-455-4684
District 16 – Michelle Schimel (Great Neck): 516-482-6966 or 518-455-5192
District 17 – Thomas McKevitt ( East Meadow ): 516-739-5119 or 518-455-5341
District 18 – Earlene Hill Hooper ( Hempstead ): 516-489-6610 or 518-455-5861
District 19 – David McDonough ( Merrick ): 516-409-2070 or 518-455-4633
District 20 – Harvey Weisenberg ( Long Beach ): 516-431-0500 or 518-455-3028
District 21 – Thomas Alfano ( North Valley Stream ): 516-437-5577 or 518-455-4627

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