Joint Hearing to Examine the Effectiveness of New York State’s Transit Networks to be Held in Syracuse

Oral Testimony and Written Testimony Accepted

This is a joint public hearing being held on the effectiveness of New York’s transit networks in Central New York. The New York State Senate and Assembly Committees seek to ensure that legislative activity in 2019 related to transportation reflects a wide perspective of interests from all stakeholders.

Both oral and written testimony will be accepted; those who present oral testimony are asked to limit it to no more than TEN (10) minutes in duration. In preparing the order of witnesses, the Committees will attempt to accommodate individual requests to speak at particular times in view of special circumstances. These requests should be made on the attached reply form or communicated to Committee staff as early as possible.

Friday March 22nd, 2019
1:00 P.M.

SRC Arena and Events Center | Onondaga Community College

Otis Room

4585 W. Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse NY 13215

Twenty (20) copies of any prepared testimony should be submitted at the hearing registration desk. The Committees would appreciate advance receipt of prepared statements. In order to meet the needs of those who may have a disability, the Senate and Assembly, in accordance with their policies of non‐discrimination on the basis of disability, as well as the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), have made their facilities and services available to all individuals with disabilities. For individuals with disabilities, accommodations will be provided, upon reasonable request, to afford such individuals access and admission to Senate and Assembly facilities and activities.

Joint Public Hearing Reply Form Oral Testimony and Written Testimony Accepted

Persons wishing to present testimony at the joint public hearing examining The Effectiveness Of New York State’s Transit Networks | Syracuse—orally or in writing—are requested to complete this reply form Senate Hearing-03.22.19 as soon as possible and email it to the Senate Standing Committee on Transportation at