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First the fight over that people trying to make a -- driving those dollar -- Who would oppose those eager entrepreneur -- is helping people get to work reducing traffic chance I thought that was good.
Well you know who opposes that this guy John Samuelson he's head of that transit workers here.
If he represents 35000.
Transit worker 3838038000.
And also joining us Hector rickets who who owns the -- I took earlier he has a -- business he drives one -- -- -- other people drive.
28 other -- but.
John I'll start with you and let's hear me.
I don't necessarily have a before developments let's say if there is a beef in conjunction with the use of the so -- validates.
It has to do with the use of -- -- in a way that undermines.
The essential service called mass transit that we have here in New York City when he's asked France that he carries masses of people are he's not mass transit and I don't even think he would.
I'll make the statement that he's mass transit he serves the public and that's not mass transit mass transit is the it is the infrastructure.
Put in place by New York State to track to transport millions of people.
Across New York City every day your vans carry how many people are meant scary.
App or to any -- that's -- mass transit that's awesome carpooling.
Yeah well matched -- buses carry hundreds of thousands of people a day.
Hundreds of thousands of people -- they let you guys compete we carry the elderly we carry.
Disabled folks -- -- me yeah he carries disable folks absolutely yeah every -- Yes I guess I'd -- what you I these athletes to say that to say that the the -- -- system throughout the network throughout the city.
Is equipped to carry disabled folks in the same way that New York City.
Transit does would would be it's it's simply not true.
Commuter -- John are not in the business of competing or putting some mass transit out of business we have put it put -- deep into work by taking people to work.
Off we provide a service that people have -- -- to use.
And we're not.
I don't know and.
Trying to destabilize the -- we are in fact complementing the NCAA but your being told you may not drive routes used by the MTA by the government buses you may not pick up a passenger -- -- -- -- by phone.
You must keep a passenger manifests on board and enter the name of every passenger.
I'm not saying all the fans do that I don't think they nobody does nothing.
Well well well those of those are rule is that or or or put in place.
By the and T is unions working in conjunction with local politicians to eliminate the man's -- as -- you're trying to flush contact productive ways and our -- and regulations.
Well first of all be.
The law which prevents.
Any kind of fouled and the so -- follow events because again -- you recognize that the course two bucks -- -- -- cheated on that because you can't get a transfer into the mass transit system you know in some cases it's cost in two bucks plus another another -- -- people that don't do that ignoring I think -- Ramirez I wanna finish saying what I was saying.
The New -- eight public authorities law.
Was put into place in the 1960s and that is the law that prevents.
Taliban from picking up on us abolition mass transit routes one and -- the law the New York State public RD floor.
This coming from the guy who thought that out militias and certain neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
Or appropriate to complete with a new York city police department in -- I don't know how much can wait that statement carries.
Com -- this is an excellent can where's you where's the applause our I don't armistice day right here.
I just how did Clint Eastwood wants to move to Brooklyn and stand there with a shotgun on his -- at least the neighborhood I think he should have their right to do then -- should be.
I'm -- -- you have a hand picked crowd here I didn't understand.
I -- giving -- too much I.
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