Rich Barone, vice president of transportation at the Regional Plan Association, said shuttle buses should also run around Manhattan, so throngs of riders aren’t dumped out on 14th St. to transfer to another train line. Riders could get one-seat rides into Manhattan from Brooklyn, then head uptown or downtown, east or west, Barone said. “It’s essential that there be some form of preference on the bridge for public transportation,” Barone said. “We have to look at our streets and use them as efficiently as possible and move as many people as you can, as quickly as you can.”
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