Yesterday Elby took Manhattan & Brooklyn for today’s Gothamist story about commuting in New York City. Pitting a cyclist, a straphanger, and a man in an Uber, Gothamist wanted to see just how long the afternoon rush hour commute would become once the “L” Train is shut down for construction.
The trio set out for the Bedford Avenue “L” station in Williamsburg from Union Square in Manhattan at exactly 5pm and just 19 minutes later Silvera and her Elby rolled up to the Bedford station without running any stop signs or traffic signals along the way. And without breaking a sweat. That’s Elby for you!
Read the full story on Gothamist.