The New York City Department of Transportation and the MTA are working together to improve the city's bus system by implementing bus rapid transit improvements on routes throughout the city. Bus Rapid Transit is a cost-effective approach to transit service that cities around the world have used to make riding the bus more like riding the subway. Select Bus Service is New York City’s version of bus rapid transit and incorporates features such as dedicated bus lanes, off-board fare collection, and transit signal priority to offer faster and more reliable service on high-ridership bus routes. Learn about how Select Bus Service is improving bus speeds, comfort and reliability throughout the city
NYC DOT and the MTA are expanding the Select Bus Service program and creating a new program focused on improving local bus speed and reliability throughout the city.
Woodhaven & Cross Bay Blvds SBS began on the Q52/53 on November 12th
After a multi-year public planning process, Select Bus Service began for the Q52 and Q53 bus lines along Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevards, better connecting Queens with improved bus service for over 30,000 daily passengers and offering more reliable, faster bus service to major jobs centers, and connections to the 7, A, E, F, M, J, Z, R, and S trains, the LIRR, and 20 other bus routes.
What would make your B82 trip better?
NYCDOT and the MTA are working together to bring transit improvements to B82 bus service. We want your input on how the B82 corridor in Southern Brooklyn can be improved to better serve the needs of transit riders.