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
What would make your Bx6 trip better?
NYCDOT and the MTA are working together to bring transit improvements to the South Bronx. We want your input on how bus service can be improved to better serve the needs of transit riders.
The M79 became M79 Select Bus Service on May 21
The M79, one of the busiest crosstown Manhattan bus routes, was upgraded to Select Bus Service. The route serves 14,500 daily riders and connects the Upper West and Upper East Sides to 16 other bus routes and 1, 6, B, and C trains.
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.