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limitednyc

misc runs vs interlined runs.

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2 hours ago, limitednyc said:

what is the difference between the two? 

I think only Staten island calls them misc everywhere else is interline I believe.... Very well could be wrong but my understanding is all the same stuff

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55 minutes ago, Gotham Bus Co. said:

Queens (ATU-1056) also uses the MISC label. 

thanks in knew that , but the question has not been answered yet why is there two types of runs that are the same?

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9 hours ago, limitednyc said:

what is the difference between the two? 

MISC runs are mostly extre board runs and fill-ins for service. They could be interlined or they could be unrelated. MISC is just that. They are miscellaneous runs that could be any route or routes. It’s systemwide however used in extent in Staten Island.

Interlined runs are regular runs that simply connect to another route via a run off, or a swing. 

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1 hour ago, limitednyc said:

thanks in knew that , but the question has not been answered yet why is there two types of runs that are the same?

The difference is that TWU does not allow the "Miscellaneous" name. 

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