Nueva York – Un proyecto de transporte busca acelerar los viajes mediante una ruta exclusiva para autobús de 14 millas de largo en Queens, anunció la administración del alcalde Bill de Blasio. El servicio seguirá la misma ruta de los autobuses del MTA Q52, Q53 y se conectará con las líneas de metro: A, E, F, J / Z, M, R y […]
New Yorkers who live close to the center of town are mostly affluent and have great transit options connecting them to a wealth of job opportunities. On the edges of town, people are not quite as well-off, and most can get to work by driving their own cars. In between are the least affluent neighborhoods, […]
DAILY NEWS: Eastern Queens needs the faster, safer, more reliable service Bus Rapid Transit would provide
Stand at the intersection of Horace Harding Expressway and Main Street during morning rush hour, and it won’t take much time there to realize the transit crisis our area faces. Congested roads and long lines for the bus are a constant problem particularly outside of Queens College as crowds of students rely on the bus […]
Neroopa and Stephanie are Woodhaven residents. Neroopa works as a medical assistant in Woodside and takes the bus to work every day — a commute which should last only 40 minutes takes more than an hour each way. Stephanie is a student at City College who works part-time at the Queens Center Mall. After a […]
City Councilman Donovan Richards (D-Laurelton), with an enthusiastic crowd of transit supporters behind him, called Tuesday for installation of super express buses to what they termed underserved areas of southeast Queens. Read the full story at the Times Ledger.
Walkers, cyclists, and commuter-rail riders are much more satisfied than drivers and transit users. Read the full story at CityLab.