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Commuting is about to get easier for the more than 8,000 New Yorkers who work near JFK Airport in southeast Queens.
GatewayJFK, a business improvement district in Springfield Gardens, is set to launch a subsidized shuttle service to help workers finish their commute from the Jamaica transit hub to their bustling cargo, hotel and commercial job center. The new shuttle will launch in April and run every work day from 5 to 9 a.m. and from 5 to 9 p.m. and is expected to shave 20 minutes off an average worker’s commute.
To help build the service, GatewayJFK turned to the rideshare startup Dollaride, which facilitates an app-based…