NEW YORK — Subway riders are full of complaints this year, and two politicians looking to get an earful of them all are hitting the trains for 24 hours.
"You can see the frustration. People have to get up early and build in that extra time to get to work just in case they're late. Their bosses are sick of hearing that same excuse," says Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz after commuting with straphangers on the No. 1 train from 242nd Street to 168th.