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The MTTF recommends a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that is
simpler, faster, and more reliable than what is provided today. The
BRT system will expand and enhance the existing transit system and will
take advantage of extra lane capacity on the NNYB. The transit system
proposed by the MTTF for the I-287 corridor fundamentally changes
transportation options in Westchester and Rockland Counties. While the
proposed system maintains connections to Metro-North Railroad (MNR), it
goes far beyond just connecting commuters to the rail system. Many
people don’t realize that the travel markets within and between each
county are significantly larger than travel from either county to Manhattan.
The proposed system aligns with these travel markets while still serving
Manhattan-bound commuters. The proposed BRT network is customized
for the region with rapid deployment capability, allowing it to be in place
when the NNYB opens. It is complemented by an infrastructure program
that allows transit to move quickly and reliably through congestion and
stay on schedule. The routes will connect more people to more places in
both counties and across the bridge, whether traveling eastbound or
N87/N88 Bus Timetable under Long Island Bus, from June 2009. N87 service was discontinued by the MTA on June 27,2010, while N88 service was reduced. After the MTA ceased operations of Long Island Bus on December 31, 2011, Veolia started operating the n88 under NICE. The n87 was brought back for the 2013 summer season. In the 2014 summer season, service ran via Freeport instead. n87 service was ultimately discontinued by NICE after the 2014 summer season.
1986 New York City Transit Authority Manhattan Bus Map
1989 Theaters in New York City Subway and Bus Guide
Subway and Bus Guide to all Broadway and Off-Broadway Theaters of New York City. Featuring a Theater District inset map illustrating all subway and bus routes.