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Express bus schedules for each stop


rockdove

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I'm using MTA's Point to Point schedule to find out express bus departures at particular stops. It is a bit tedious. Are these available online in a list form, like the schedule you can often see at the actual bus stops that show times for that particular stop?

 

If not, I will just take a photo of the schedule next time I'm at a stop.

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rockdove: Express bus schedules are. NYCTA Express Bus Schedules are listed by borough at the bottom and MTA Bus Express Bus Schedules are also.

 

NYCTA has a page for each borough and MTA Bus has one page with The Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens.

 

http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/bus/bussch.html or

http://www.mta.info/busco/schedules/index.html

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When you look at each individual express route's timetable, it either tells you all the stops: a] in text format, or b] illustrated on a litte strip map...

 

example of a]

http://mta.info/busco/schedules/qm001cur.pdf (pages 9 & 10 of the pdf)

 

example of b]

http://mta.info/nyct/bus/schedule/xpress/x010cur.pdf (last 3 pages of the pdf)

 

 

In other words, there are no "unlisted" stops the express bus timetables don't show...

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When you look at each individual express route's timetable, it either tells you all the stops: a] in text format, or b] illustrated on a litte strip map...

 

example of a]

http://mta.info/busco/schedules/qm001cur.pdf (pages 9 & 10 of the pdf)

 

example of b]

http://mta.info/nyct/bus/schedule/xpress/x010cur.pdf (last 3 pages of the pdf)

 

 

In other words, there are no "unlisted" stops the express bus timetables don't show...

He is right not all stops are listed he is talking about the inbetween stops out side of what they deem major stops and the time they arrive at those stops

 

Example the X28

non major stop 29th & 5th Avenue would not be listed on schedule

Major stop 23rd & Madison or 23rd & Broadway would be listed on schedule

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He is right not all stops are listed he is talking about the inbetween stops out side of what they deem major stops and the time they arrive at those stops

 

Example the X28

non major stop 29th & 5th Avenue would not be listed on schedule

Major stop 23rd & Madison or 23rd & Broadway would be listed on schedule

 

Ah, ok.... I misread what dude was asking.... I based my last post in here off just this part of the statement:

 

"Oh, those pamphlets are good but they have only the major stops listed."

 

I thought he was talking about just the list of stops...

 

 

Timepoints @ every stop.... Wouldn't only you b/o's have that information?

I've never seen a timetable (not just the MTA, but any transit system) that had a breakdown of every stop, and what time the buses are supposed to be there...

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Ah, ok.... I misread what dude was asking.... I based my last post in here off just this part of the statement:

 

"Oh, those pamphlets are good but they have only the major stops listed."

 

I thought he was talking about just the list of stops...

 

 

Timepoints @ every stop.... Wouldn't only you b/o's have that information?

I've never seen a timetable (not just the MTA, but any transit system) that had a breakdown of every stop, and what time the buses are supposed to be there...

your right there is no timetable with all the stops listed in essence what he should have said was the times on the Guide a Ride
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