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Frequently there are long waits for buses coming home. Parking at south beach park and ride allows only one option from battery park, the SIM5. Although you advertise that it comes at 5:29, 5:37, 5:47 and 6:01. After waiting from 5:31 the bus arrives at the stop at 6:02. The New schedules were supposed to have increased frequency and better service, instead riders are left stranded with no other options. At least before we had the x4 and x8. It’s too frequent that buses don’t show up as your published schedule suggests. I rarely get home before 7:30 pm anymore. Before the changeover I would sometimes be at the park and ride by 6 pm. Not a

MTA Bus Time, stylized as BusTime, is a Service Interface for Real Time Information, automatic vehicle location (AVL), and passenger information system provided by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) of New York City for customers of its bus operations under the New York City Bus and MTA Bus Company brands. First tested in late 2010 and officially launched in early 2011, MTA Bus Time was installed in all MTA bus routes in New York City by 2014. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Frequently there are long waits for buses coming home. Parking at south beach park and ride allows only one option from battery park, the SIM5. Although you advertise that it comes at 5:29, 5:37, 5:47 and 6:01. After waiting from 5:31 the bus arrives at the stop at 6:02. The New schedules were supposed to have increased frequency and better service, instead riders are left stranded with no other options. At least before we had the x4 and x8. It’s too frequent that buses don’t show up as your published schedule suggests. I rarely get home before 7:30 pm anymore. Before the changeover I would sometimes be at the park and ride by 6 pm. Not a

We are introducing a new style to our bus schedules. These new timetables read better on mobile devices and print better on home printers. This is a work in progress — the design will evolve over the coming months. Soon, we'll also have an online timetable viewer with more ways to view timetables. (Source: new.mta.info)

 

 

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