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  1. 41 is going to lose an afternoon trip, even worse the 40 that will replace it is going to end at Mt Vernon, not good for those going to the Bronx, looks like they want everyone going to the Bronx to be packed on the 20 and only have the 60 as an alternative from White Plains. https://transportation.westchestergov.com/images/stories/Schedules/spr20poster.pdf
  2. Looks like Bee Line is going to change a 41 trip to a 40 trip in the PM and cut it back from 241 St to Mt Vernon, a step backward for Bronx service (and south Mt Vernon). https://transportation.westchestergov.com/images/stories/Schedules/spr20poster.pdf
  3. Woodlawn -> Mosholu -> Burnside -> 167 - > 161 -> 149 is possible with track switching
  4. Reverse commuters going from The Bronx / Yonkers to White Plains, just like the 41 is reverse commute route with The Bronx / Mt Vernon to White Plains
  5. The is going to be a Dyre shuttle one hour earlier in the evening. Also, the two reverse peak trips to 241 St in the morning are also cut back to Gun Hill Rd and will be running express to Gun Hill Rd instead of local north of E 180 St to 241 St
  6. Bus bunching on the Bx36 and Bx39, can happen anytime of day, middays, rush hours, even weekends. The lack of late night service on the Bx5 is another issue that should be brought up. MTA even proposed it in 2007. Bx39 service to/from Clason Point should be extended to at least 1am 7 days a week.
  7. They should give 24 hour service to the Bx5 and full Bx39 so people wouldn't be stranded late nights
  8. That's a service cut on the rest of the to go to 20 minutes between 10-11pm, just run 12-15 minutes to Far Rockaway and start the Lefferts shuttle after the stops running.
  9. Yes just like the the past two weekends when it ran overnight, no need for three locals
  10. The Outer Borough Transportation Fund https://qns.com/story/2018/04/03/cuomo-announces-50m-annual-funding-transit-improvements-queens-outer-boros/
  11. Should be the between 149th Street-Grand Concourse (or Burnside Avenue N/B only)) in the Bronx and Utica Avenue in Brooklyn
  12. They already do this now from 11:47pm (first shuttle) to 12:17am (last express). They will just be doing this a bit longer now.
  13. MTA would likely cut the weekend all together and just extend the weekend to Utica / New Lots Avenue, good for weekend late night / riders, bad for weekend daytime / / riders.
  14. Even then work would have to be restricted on a few days for College Football games (including the Pinstripe Bowl) and some NYC FC soccer games.
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