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What are all the abbreviations for the bus garages?


Joel Up Front

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ECH - Eastchester

YON - Yonkers

MTV - Manhattenville

MJQ - Micheal J Quill

CAS - Castleton

YUK - Yukon

BP - Baisley Park

FAR - Far Rockaway

ENY - East New York

JG - Jackie Gleason

SC - Spring Creek

UP - Ulmer Park

WF - West Farms

CP - College Point

CS - Casey Stengal

JAM - Jamaica

QV - Queens Village

JFK & LGA should be self explanatory.

 

Seems like Gun Hill and Kingbridge don't have an abbv....or I don't know it

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You forgot Fresh Pond (FP) & Grand Avenue (GA)...100 & 126 sts don't have one...but then again, why do they need one lol

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You forgot Fresh Pond (FP) & Grand Avenue (GA)...100 & 126 sts don't have one...but then again, why do they need one lol

 

They have one:

100 St is OHS (One Hundred Street)

126 St is OTS. (One Two Six)

Plus:

MCH is Mother Clara Hale

AMS is Amsterdam

MF is Mitchell Feild

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Just to clarify, 126 is probaly 126 not OTS; someone who works in MTA knows better than me.

 

What would OTS mean anyway?

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At one time "OTS" meant 132nd St.

 

Of course "OTS" today is Manhattanville Depot.

 

Oh I think I get the catch now: OTS would stand for One-hundred Thirty Second.

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