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1927 in Port Jefferson


aemoreira81

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Based on schedule analysis of the bus bridge for Train 650, there is one bus taking each station down the line. By the 7 buses you mean that PJ alone has 7 buses? There are 6 stations and 1 local bus, so 7 makes sense for the entire line, you probably saw 7 buses if you waited at Huntington.

 

See: http://nyctransitforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=243547

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Based on schedule analysis of the bus bridge for Train 650, there is one bus taking each station down the line. By the 7 buses you mean that PJ alone has 7 buses? There are 6 stations and 1 local bus, so 7 makes sense for the entire line, you probably saw 7 buses if you waited at Huntington.

 

See: http://nyctransitforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=243547

 

It was 7 buses from Huntington---six MCIs and one Orion VII NG CNG. The buses were 1744, 1860, 1865, 1886, 1887, 1889, and 1927.

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There are the following LIRR bustitutions planned:

 

Weekends of Apr 10 and Apr 17, entire Hempstead Branch

Apr 12, 5 midday Montauk Branch trains Babylon-Speonk

Apr 13, 16, 19-23, 4 midday Montauk Branch trains Babylon-Speonk

Apr 14-15, 8 midday Montauk Branch trains Babylon-Montauk

Apr 20, 4 midday West Hempstead branch trains, entire branch

Weekend of Apr 24, all Montauk Branch trains Babylon-Speonk

 

A lot of chances to busfan!

 

Also today, buses replace some trains between Montauk and Amagansett due to high water in the yard.

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