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My Future Idea for Buses I've ridden often

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M1: South Ferry service needs Weekend Service because tourists are not happy that current M1 schedule.

M4: Needs LTD service both ways, that way, it will be also much easier commute between Met Museum and Cloisters Museum.

M11: Need to be improve during rush hour. During rush hour, this bus is crowded, so Artic needed. (Hybrid does not help too much)

M16: Extend to 42nd St pier via 43rd St, 12th Av, 42nd St, 9th Av, so Waterside Plaza and 34th St Crosstown riders will have easy access to both Circle Line and Javits Center. It could also help out M42 bet 8th and 12th Avs.

M20: Extend to South Ferry

M22: Extend to Battery Park.

M27: Extend to Javits Center via 49th St, West Side Highway, 40th St, 11th Av, Javits Center Roadway, 12th Av, 50th St. It could help with M50.

M57: Extend eastern terminal to 72nd St via 1st Av, 72nd St, York Av, regular route at Sutton Place. This could also provide service to NY Surgecy Center.



Bx13: Extend to 190th St or Cloisters Museum during the museum hour via Ft. Washington Av, Margaret Cabinet Drive, Museum, Margaret Cabinet Drive, Ft. Washington Av.



Q22/Q35: During rush hour when NY Water Taxi is running, extend to Riis Landing.

Q23: Extend via LGA, only in CTB zone.


Staten Island:

S89: Replace rush hour only service to full time service on Weekend and Weekdays.

Edited by FamousNYLover
Made little error.

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