Short Trains. Frequent Disruptions. Once Mocked, the G Train Is Now Cool

The number of New Yorkers commuting within Brooklyn and Queens has increased in recent years while residential developments have flooded neighborhoods along the G line, said Richard Barone, the vice president for transportation for the Regional Plan Association, an urban research and advocacy organization. “I’m pleasantly surprised by how crowded and well-used it is,” he said. “At certain times of day, it’s really packed.”

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