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NYCT Jan 2016 Proposals: M1, M5, B24 and Q20, Q30, and Q70

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And here is Mysterious2Trains post, not mines, I had ruined it yesterday night. If you want to continue fixing up the bus routes of what he developed, here is a place.

 

From this month's Transit and Bus Committee Meeting

 

Link here (starts on page 133)

 

As previously mentioned, the M5 would be split back into two routes:

 

New M5: Would operate between 178th St and around 37th St in Midtown

 

M55: "New" route, would operate between 37th St in Midtown and South Ferry

 

MTA's rationale for terminating both routes at the same point (37th St) is that a lack of available buses prevents a greater overlap between the two routes.

 

M1: As part of the M5 split, alternate trips would be extended to Worth Street on weekdays, and every trip would be extended on weekends

 

The MTA also plans to hold a public hearing on the M5 split, necessary whenever a route would be heavily altered

 

Q20 and B24: page 138: Northbound buses rerouted at Broadway Junction via Fulton St and Eastern Parkway, as Van Sinderen Ave becomes one-way southbound only

 

Q30: page 142: service to Queensborough Community College extended from 6 PM to 11 PM

 

Bus schedule changes: page 145: Proposed frequency and runtime changes to several routes

 

Q70: page 151: Frequency of service increases all day long

 

Edited by Mysterious2train, 22 January 2016 - 04:22 PM.

 

 

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Also, the "Link Here" is the dead link, so ignore it.

 

 

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And here is Mysterious2Trains post, not mines, I had ruined it yesterday night. If you want to continue fixing up the bus routes of what he developed, here is a place.

 

From this month's Transit and Bus Committee Meeting

 

Link here (starts on page 133)

 

As previously mentioned, the M5 would be split back into two routes:

 

New M5: Would operate between 178th St and around 37th St in Midtown

 

M55: "New" route, would operate between 37th St in Midtown and South Ferry

 

MTA's rationale for terminating both routes at the same point (37th St) is that a lack of available buses prevents a greater overlap between the two routes.

 

M1: As part of the M5 split, alternate trips would be extended to Worth Street on weekdays, and every trip would be extended on weekends

 

The MTA also plans to hold a public hearing on the M5 split, necessary whenever a route would be heavily altered

 

Q20 and B24: page 138: Northbound buses rerouted at Broadway Junction via Fulton St and Eastern Parkway, as Van Sinderen Ave becomes one-way southbound only

 

Q30: page 142: service to Queensborough Community College extended from 6 PM to 11 PM

 

Bus schedule changes: page 145: Proposed frequency and runtime changes to several routes

 

Q70: page 151: Frequency of service increases all day long

 

Edited by Mysterious2train, 22 January 2016 - 04:22 PM.

 

 

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Also, the "Link Here" is the dead link, so ignore it.

 

 

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The information you have is inaccurate.

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The information you have is inaccurate.

Mysterious2train proposed M1 extension, M5 split to 5 and 55, and changes to B24, Q20, Q30, and Q70 buses.

 

 

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All of this has been talked about already, and multiple times. There's no need to continue this. Lock this thread.

I locked the first one, idk why this one even exists
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