“The Commuters” is a sculpture -made by american artist George Segal- in the main hall of the Port Autority bus terminal in Manhattan since 1982. It shows 3 people – made of bronze and white patina- waiting for the bus, about to walk through an open door. Sculptor George Segal has high regards for commuters: “These are long-suffering people” he said in an 1982 People article.
Port Authority Bus Terminal is located at 8th Avenue between 40th and 41st Streets. Another sculpture by George Segal can be found at Christopher Square in the Village: The Gay Liberation Monument.