2. Its a small inconvenience affecting a small number of people.
It doesn’t matter. A resident of Sunset Park who wishes to travel to Midwood has a legaly recognized interest in the streets of Borough Park. Just like a resident of Borough Park who whishes to travel to Manhatten has an interest in the streets of Kensington.
Avhaben: You haven’t answered how we have any right at all to take a faster route away from the Goyim who aren’t obligated in Shabbos. Costing one Goy 5 minutes is still G’neiva.
What do you propose doing with the city buses that grace the great Borough of Park? We cant just tell the MTA to drop dead. I could just see it now, eliminate 4 major lines on Shabbos and Yom Tov? Whatever you are smoking, we dont want any!
we have to remember we are still in galus and this isn’t our home and dont have a right to do watevr pleases us
Oh come on. That’s a utopian idea, if I ever heard one.
Listen, we are visiters in America and don’t you forget that. Just look both ways before you cross the street on Shabbos, and pray for the Geulah soon!