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Elevator shuttle: how does the runs work?

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So there’s a shuttle bus that runs sometimes and will run for the duration of the 181st St (A) elevator shutdown that is usually covered by a MCH bus, but then is supplemented by one or two MV buses. So how does the runs work with the buses—does the drivers cycle out and in from the M4 runs (particularly for the runs on the MCH bus), and do buses that run on the M4/98 make a run after their M4/98 run on the elevator shuttle?

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On 12/11/2019 at 12:07 AM, mine248 said:

So there’s a shuttle bus that runs sometimes and will run for the duration of the 181st St (A) elevator shutdown that is usually covered by a MCH bus, but then is supplemented by one or two MV buses. So how does the runs work with the buses—does the drivers cycle out and in from the M4 runs (particularly for the runs on the MCH bus), and do buses that run on the M4/98 make a run after their M4/98 run on the elevator shuttle?

 

M4 and M98 run out of MV and are not interlined with the shuttle (or with each other).  The shuttle is its own animal with its own runs and/or extras.

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When Cross Bay bridge path was closed, they used mini van Golden Touch which had 2 bike racks attach to it.

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On 1/15/2020 at 7:24 PM, FamousNYLover said:

When Cross Bay bridge path was closed, they used mini van Golden Touch which had 2 bike racks attach to it.

The HH Bridge shuttle "bus" is an unmarked white van

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