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Q43LTD

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  1. The Q66 used to terminate at the Queensbridge station until 2007.
  2. This is probably moot with all the redesigns coming, but which BC routes kept their routings since the PBL days? I know off the top of my head, the Q110 and 111 did. The Q22, 38, 49, 64, 67, 69, 72, 100, 101, 103 and 104 did as well.
  3. They should have, but what can you do?
  4. I was told occasionally, Quill put articulated buses on the M31
  5. I forgot to add that the through riding occurs when there's no local service between 71 and Roosevelt.
  6. I would say this about the current Q60: There's not a lot through riding past Jamaica station. Unless the is knocked out from Jamaica Center.
  7. Anyone seen the new bus maps lately?
  8. I just remembered that. Instead of it going to St Albans arbitrarily, I would just have go to Jamaica station. Let the revised QT60 go to Sayres and 180
  9. So much for social distancing on the buses
  10. Interesting you bring that up. I think the Q60 would have done well to Sayres and 180. Possibly eliminate the Q42.
  11. Nobody said you were...if I want it, I'll PM you
  12. I meant for me. Since it's a Manhattan route, 2250 would be to the Hub, 2251 is to West Harlem or Manhattanville
  13. It can't be that hard to decipher lol
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