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ohh lets not bring up B36 plz!!! B35 to B15 = Selling your soul to 2 very slow buses OUCH. Just have some B35s go via linden. Then have another route continue on linden blvd onward to JFK. Ok threxx then if thats the case dont even bother having it go to downtown brooklyn

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Since this is a proposa,l it's posted here. Here is the map: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=213458373195564989412.0004c53603b1f6a2307f2&msa=0&ll=40.694696,-73.99395&spn=0.150457,0.308647

 

It is a counter proposal to extending the B57 to Red Hook. The proposed DUMBO route would take up this slack instead, and the B57 is cut back to Downtown.

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Since this is a proposa,l it's posted here. Here is the map: https://maps.google....150457,0.308647

 

It is a counter proposal to extending the B57 to Red Hook. The proposed DUMBO route would take up this slack instead, and the B57 is cut back to Downtown.

 

 

Why is the B18 using Liberty Avenue, and not Atlantic Avenue?

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Why is the B18 using Liberty Avenue, and not Atlantic Avenue?

 

I don't think it matters either way, as Liberty nor Atlantic are new markets.....

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I'm still thinking about what new market would it (the upcoming eny-spring creek route) test down in spring creek, and what part of ENY would it run to..... Don't know if I should speculate, but since this is the "ideas" thread, only thing that comes to mind is a route that goes from new lots subway to the postal facility.....

 

I'm not drawing a google map (someone else could if they're bored enough), but what I'm thinking is a route that:

- Parallels the B6 from New Lots (3) to cozine > left on cozine > right on elton > left on vandalia > right on erskine > left on seaview > left on fountain, and then mirroring what the B13 does @ fountain/flatlands to get to the postal facility.....

 

.....they could even use a route like that to justify cutting the 83 back to seaview/penn.... also, they could interline such a route w/ the 15's that short turn @ the postal facility.....

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.....they could even use a route like that to justify cutting the 83 back to seaview/penn.... also, they could interline such a route w/ the 15's that short turn @ the postal facility.....

 

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(Obviously directed at the MTA, not you), but that would be really stupid to cut back the B83 to prop up this new route. I mean, they don't even remotely serve the same area. The B83 connects Starrett City & the Pennsylvania Avenue corridor to Gateway, whereas this route would connect the New Lots area to Gateway.

 

Plus, the route to the Postal Facility would be too indirect, especially since you have the B13, B15, & B20 in that general area.

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As you all know the B4 runs every 15-20 minutes rush hours and every 30 minutes middays. this bus must get more buses on that route before they want to improve service on anything else this is my plan

B4 KNAPP ST TO BAY RIDGE WEEKDAY

12 00

1 00

2 -

3 -

4 45

5 15, 45

6 05, 17, 29, 41, 53

7 05, 17, 29, 41, 53

8 05, 20, 35, 50

9 05, 25, 45

10 05, 25, 45

11 05, 25, 45

12 05, 25, 45

1 00, 15, 30, 45

2 00, 12, 24, 36, 48

3 00, 12, 24, 36, 48

4 00, 12, 24, 36, 48

5 00, 12, 24, 36, 48

6 08, 28, 48

7 08, 28, 48

8 08, 28, 48

9 08, 28, 48

10 18, 48

11 18

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B63 To Cobble Hill Limited

 

4 Avenue/Shore Road                   B16, X27/37

5 Avenue/95 Street                       (R) Train, B70, B8

5 Avenue/86 Street                       B1, S53, S79, S93, B16

5 Avenue/Bay Ridge Avenue         B4

5 Avenue/Ovington Av                   B70, B64

5 Avenue/60 Street                       B9

5 Avenue/49-50 Streets                B11

5 Avenue/39 Street                       B35, B70

5 Avenue/9 Street                         B61

5 Avenue/Bergen-Dean Sts.          B65

Atlantic Avenue/Flatbush Av          B41, B67, B103, B45

                                                    (B)(D)(N)(Q)(R)(2)(3)(4)(5)

Smith Street/Atlantic Avenue         B65, B61, B57

Columbia Street/Columbia Av        B61

 

Schedule:

B63 LTD Bay Ridge to Cobble Hill

12 00, 40

1   30

2   20

3   10

4   00, 25, 45

5   05, 25, 45

6   00, 15, 30, 40, 50

7   00, 08, 16, 24, 32, 40, 50

8   05, 20, 35, 50

9   05, 20, 35, 50

10 05, 20, 35, 50

11 05, 20, 35, 48

12 00, 12, 24, 36, 48

1   00, 12, 24, 36, 48

2   00, 12, 24, 36, 48, 58

3   08, 18, 28, 38, 49 

4   00, 11, 22, 34, 46, 58

5   10, 22, 34, 46, 58

6   10, 22, 34, 49

7   04, 19, 34, 49

8   04, 20, 40

9   00, 20, 40

10 05, 30

11 00, 30

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Maybe the Make a Bus on 3 Avenue that runs every 30 minutes but its super express that might speed it up

 

B55 Service

12 05

1   -

2   -

3   -

4   -

5   45

6   15, 40

7   02, 20, 35

8   05, 35

9   05, 35

10 05, 35

11 05, 35

12 05, 35

1   05, 35

2   05, 35

3   05, 35

4   05, 35

5   05, 35

6   05, 35

7   05, 35

8   05, 35

9   05, 35

10 05, 35

11 05, 35

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Maybe the Make a Bus on 3 Avenue that runs every 30 minutes but its super express that might speed it up

 

B55 Service

12 05

1 -

2 -

3 -

4 -

5 45

6 15, 40

7 02, 20, 35

8 05, 35

9 05, 35

10 05, 35

11 05, 35

12 05, 35

1 05, 35

2 05, 35

3 05, 35

4 05, 35

5 05, 35

6 05, 35

7 05, 35

8 05, 35

9 05, 35

10 05, 35

11 05, 35

 

 

Once upon a time there was the B37... Remember??

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I propose something for the B38

I plan to extend Limited stop service hours to 9 PM instead of 6:30 PM

Also, I plan to make Seneca Avenue buses limited also on Saturdays up to 9PM.

 

I wouldnt rename the B38 Starr Street branch because it would just confuse riders.

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I propose something for the B38

I plan to extend Limited stop service hours to 9 PM instead of 6:30 PM

Also, I plan to make Seneca Avenue buses limited also on Saturdays up to 9PM.

 

I wouldnt rename the B38 Starr Street branch because it would just confuse riders.

 

 

It dosen't confuse riders now (I know, I ride it everyday) so it won't confuse riders then.

 

I agree with extending LTD service on weekdays, but there is no need for weekend LTD service. The frequency isn't there/isn't necessary.

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B76 and B76 LTD Updated and Revised Edition created by myself:

 

http://goo.gl/maps/TwD7F

 

Changes from my old B76:

 

- Buses are right now traveling from High Schools so high school students don't need to walk and can get to their stop easily. i.e. Telecommunications, Midwood

- People who wants to go to Mill Basin Plaza from Bay Ridge, Sunset Park, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst, and more can get there by taking this bus without a transfer. This makes rides easier and faster.

- Limited Service is available for faster traveling than the B9 or B4 and it will add additional stops for people who needed to go to Bergen Beach.

- The bus route can also reduce overcrowding on some bus routes like the B6 and B11.

- Bus will serve Flatbush Bus Depot's Buses for easier deadheading.

- Local and Limited Bus Routes run every 15-30 minutes depending on School Tripper or Rush Hours

 

What do you think about it?

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