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The Castleton Depot is located on 1390 Castleton Avenue and fills the block bounded by Jewett Avenue, Hurst Street, Castleton Avenue, and Rector Street in the Port Richmond and Castleton area. The depot can store 370 buses.[1]

Until Yukon Depot opened, Castleton Depot was known as Staten Island Depot.

Castleton

Castleton Bus Depot
Staten Island Division
New York City Bus

Depot RosterEdit

Year Manufacturer Model Length (feet) Numbers Total
1997-2000 MCI 102-DLW3SS 45 2053, 2107, 2117, 2135, 2705-2727 27
1999 Orion 05.501 40 6085-6087, 6095, 6098-6099, 6150-6153, 6155-6157, 6159-6161, 6163-6167, 6170, 6173-6180, 6182-6183, 6187-6190, 6195, 6198, 6243-6244, 6248, 6261, 6269, 6272, 6274-6276, 6278-6279, 6283-6284 51
2000-02 MCI D4500 45 2183, 2783, 2911, 2915, 2917 5
2008 MCI D4500CT 45 2210-2228 19
2011 Orion 07.501 40 7000-7089 90
2015 Novabus LFS 40 8184-8255 71
2015-2016 Prevost X3-45 Unknown 2582-2590, 2644-2671 35

Bus routes served by the Castleton Bus Depot:

Local:

  • S40/S90LTD,
  • S42,
  • S46/S96LTD,
  • S48/S98LTD,
  • S51/S81LTD,
  • S52,
  • S53/S93LTD,
  • S54,
  • S66,
  • S76/S86LTD,
  • S78 (Weekend)

Express:

  • X3 (Split/Yukon),
  • X7 (Split/Charleston/Yukon),
  • X10,
  • X11 (Split/Meredith),
  • X14

ReferencesEdit

  1. [1] Castleton depot information, New York Times, September 28, 2005
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