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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) operates a number of bus routes in Brooklyn, New York, United States; one minor route is privately operated under a city franchise. Many of them are the direct descendants of streetcar lines (see list of streetcar lines in Brooklyn); the ones that started out as bus routes were almost all operated by the Brooklyn Bus Corporation, a subsidiary of the Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation, until the New York City Board of Transportation took over on June 5, 1940. Of the 55 local Brooklyn routes operated by the New York City Transit Authority, roughly 35 are the direct descendants of one or more streetcar lines, and most of the others were introduced in full or in part as new bus routes by the 1930s. Only the eastern section of the B82 (then the B50), the B83, and the B84 were created by New York City Transit from scratch, in 1978, 1966, and 2013, respectively.

List of routesEdit

This table gives details for the routes prefixed with "B" - in other words, those considered to run primarily in Brooklyn by the MTA. For details on routes with other prefixes, see the following articles:

Service operationEdit

  • Weekday rush hours: 6:30 AM – 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM – 8 PM
  • Midday service: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
  • Evening service: 8 PM – Midnight
  • Overnight service: Midnight – 6:30 AM

Routes that operate at all times: B1, B3, B6, B8, B12, B14, B15, B17, B25, B26, B35, B36, B38, B41, B42, B43, B44, B46, B47, B48, B52, B54, B60, B61, B62, B63, B68, B82

Routes B1 to B26Edit

All routes in this section are local service except routes B6, which has local and limited-stop services.

Route Terminals Service operation and notes Streets traveled
[1] Bay Ridge
4th Avenue and 86th Street
at 86th Street (Template:NYCS Fourth far south trains)
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
at Kingsborough Community College
All times 86th Street, Avenue X, Ocean Parkway,
Brighton Beach Avenue, Oriental Boulevard
[2] Midwood
East 16th Street and Quentin Road
at Kings Highway (B

  Q trains)

Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
No overnight service Avenue R, Avenue S, East 36th Street, Flatbush Avenue
[3] Bath Beach
Harway Avenue and 25th Avenue
Bergen Beach
East 71st Street and Avenue U
All times 25th Avenue, 86th Street, Avenue U
[4] Bay Ridge
Narrows Avenue and 77th Street
Sheepshead Bay
Knapp Street and Voorhies Avenue
No overnight service Bay Ridge Parkway, Stillwell Avenue, Neptune Ave, Emmons Avenue/Shore Parkway
[5]
Local service
Bath Beach
Cropsey Avenue and Bay 37th Street
Canarsie
Glenwood Road and Rockaway Parkway
at Rockaway Parkway (L trains)
Part-time route, daytime and Sundays only.
  • All trips: Bay Parkway, Avenue J, Glenwood Road, Avenue H, Flatlands Avenue
  • East New York trips: Cozine Avenue
East New York
Livonia Avenue and New Lots Avenue
at New Lots Avenue (Template:NYCS New Lots trains)
Full route, late nights & Sundays only.
Limited-stop service
Bath Beach
Cropsey Avenue and Bay 37th Street
East New York
Livonia Avenue and New Lots Avenue
at New Lots Avenue (Template:NYCS New Lots trains)
No overnight and Sunday service. Bay Parkway, Avenue J, Glenwood Road, Avenue H, Flatlands Avenue, Cozine Avenue
[6] Bedford–-Stuyvesant
Saratoga Avenue and Halsey Street
at Halsey Street (Template:NYCS Jamaica east J trains)
Midwood
Quentin Road and Coney Island Avenue
  • Full route
  • No late evening and overnight service.
Saratoga Avenue/Thomas Boyland Street, Kings Highway
Flatlands
Flatbush Avenue and Kings Highway
Early morning and late evening terminus.
[7] Brownsville
Hegeman Avenue and Rockaway Avenue
at Brookdale Hospital
Bay Ridge
4th Avenue and 95th Street
at 95th Street (Template:NYCS Fourth far south trains)
  • Full route.
  • All times, alternate midday trips serve each terminal.
  • All trips: Linden Boulevard/Church and Hegeman Avenues, Beverley Road, Avenue D, Foster Avenue, 18th Avenue, Cropsey Avenue
  • Bay Ridge trips: 7th Avenue, 92nd Street
Dyker Heights
Cropsey Avenue and 7th Avenue
at Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Part-time route
  • Alternate midday trips serve each terminal.
[8] Bay Ridge
Shore Road and 71st Street
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
  • Full route.
  • No service during early mornings, late evenings and overnights.
  • All trips: Bay Ridge Avenue, 60th Street, Avenue M, Avenue L
  • Kings Plaza trips: Flatbush Avenue
Flatlands
Flatbush Avenue and Avenue L
  • Part-time terminus.
  • Early morning and late evening service.
[9] Sunset Park
1st Avenue and 58th Street
at Brooklyn Army Terminal
Midwood
Flatbush Avenue and Avenue H
No overnight service 49th/50th Streets, Avenue J
[10] Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Ocean Avenue and Parkside Avenue
at Parkside Avenue (Template:NYCS Brighton local trains)
East New York
East New York Avenue and Alabama Avenue
at Alabama Avenue (J Z

  trains)

All times Clarkson Avenue, East New York Avenue
[11] Spring Creek
Gateway Center Mall
Wyckoff Heights
Wyckoff Avenue and DeKalb Avenue
at DeKalb Avenue (L trains), Wyckoff Hospital
Crescent Street/Euclid Avenue, Fresh Pond Road (Queens), Gates Avenue
[12] Crown Heights
Utica Avenue and Eastern Parkway
at Utica Avenue (Template:NYCS Eastern center trains)
City Line
Brooklyn General Mail Facility
All times Eastern Parkway, Pitkin Avenue, Sutter Avenue
[13] Bedford–Stuyvesant
Broadway and Marcus Garvey Boulevard
JFK International Airport, Wikipedia:Queens
Terminal 5
(connecting Wikipedia:AirTrain JFK to all airport terminals)
  • All trips: Marcus Garvey Boulevard/Lewis Avenue, Ralph Avenue, East 98th Street, New Lots Avenue
  • Airport trips: Conduit Avenue, Pam Am Road, Van Wyck Expressway Service Road
City Line
Linden Boulevard and Eldert Lane
Part-time terminus
[14] Bay Ridge
Shore Road and 4th Avenue
Wikipedia:Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Ocean Avenue and Flatbush Avenue
No overnight service 86th Street, Fort Hamilton Parkway, 13th/14th Avenues, Caton Avenue, Ocean Avenue
[15] Crown Heights
Utica Avenue and Eastern Parkway
at Utica Avenue (Template:NYCS Eastern center trains)
Canarsie
East 108th Street and Seaview Avenue
Full route, all times Remsen Avenue, Seaview Avenue
Canarsie
Seaview Avenue and East 80th Street
Ramsen Avenue, Avenue L, East 80th Street
[16] City Line
Brooklyn General Mail Facility
Wikipedia:Ridgewood, Queens
Forest Avenue and 67th Avenue
at Forest Avenue (M trains)
  • Full route.
  • No overnight service.
  • All trips: Linden Boulevard, Wortman Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Ridgewood trips: Decatur/Schaeffer and Summerfield Streets, Fresh Pond Road
East New York
Broadway and Fulton Street
  • Part-time terminus.
  • No overnight service.
B24
[17]
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 2
Greenpoint
Greenpoint Avenue and Manhattan Avenue
Rodney Street/Marcy Avenue, Kingsland Avenue, 48th Street (Queens), Greenpoint Avenue
B25
[18]
Fulton Landing
Front Street and York Street
East New York
Broadway Junction and Alabama Avenue
at Alabama Avenue (J Z

  trains)

All times Fulton Street
B26
[19]
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza West and Tillary Street
Ridgewood, Queens
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
All times Fulton Street, Halsey Street

Routes B31 to B49Edit

All routes in this section are local service except routes B35, B38, B41, B49 which have local and limited-stop services. Also, the B44 and B46 route have local and Select Bus Service (SBS).

Route Terminals Service operation and notes Streets traveled
[20] Midwood
East 16th Street and Quentin Road
at Kings Highway (B   Q trains)
Gerritsen Beach
Gerritsen Avenue and Lois Avenue
No overnight service. Avenue R, Gerritsen Avenue
B32
[21]
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
(Broadway and Roebling Street)
Long Island City, Queens
44th Drive and 21st Street
  • No late evening or overnight service.
  • Travels between Brooklyn and Queens via the Pulaski Bridge.
Wythe/Kent Avenues, Franklin Street, 11th Street (Queens)
B35
[22]
Local service
Brownsville
Mother Gaston Boulevard
and Hegeman Avenue
Kensington
McDonald Avenue and Church Avenue
at Church Avenue (Template:NYCS Culver IND north trains)
Daytime service Church Avenue
Sunset Park
1st Avenue and 39th Street
Full route, runs overnights only. Church Avenue, 39th Street
Limited-stop service
Brownsville
Mother Gaston Boulevard
and Hegeman Avenue
Sunset Park
1st Avenue and 39th Street
No overnight service. Church Avenue, 39th Street
B36
[23]
Sea Gate
West 37th Street and Surf Avenue
Sheepshead Bay
Avenue U and Nostrand Avenue
All times Surf Avenue, Avenue Z
B37
[24]
Bay Ridge
Shore Road and 4th Avenue
Boerum Hill
No overnight service. 3rd Avenue
B38
[25]
Local service
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Ridgewood, Queens
Metropolitan Avenue and Starr Street
No overnight service Lafayette/DeKalb Avenues, Woodward Avenue/Stanhope Street (Queens)
Ridgewood, Queens
Seneca Avenue and Catalpa Avenue
Full route, overnights and weekend service only. Lafayette/DeKalb Avenues, Seneca Avenue (Queens)
Limited-stop service
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Ridgewood, Queens
Seneca Avenue and Catalpa Avenue
Weekday service only. Lafayette/DeKalb Avenues, Seneca Avenue (Queens)
B39
[26]
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 1
Lower East Side, Manhattan
Delancey Street and Allen Street
Broadway, Delancey Street
[27]
Local service
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
  • All times.
  • Alternate trips serve each terminal.
Flatbush Avenue
Bergen Beach
East 71st Street and Veterans Avenue
Flatbush Avenue, Avenue N, Veterans Avenue
Limited-stop service
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
No overnight service. Flatbush Avenue
Bergen Beach
East 71st Street and Veterans Avenue
Weekday service only. Flatbush Avenue, Avenue N, Veterans Avenue
[28] Canarsie
Rockaway Parkway and Belt Parkway
Canarsie
Rockaway Parkway (L trains) bus loop
All times Rockaway Parkway
B43
[29]
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Ocean Avenue and Flatbush Avenue
Greenpoint
Box Street and Manhattan Avenue
All times Kingston/Brooklyn Avenues, Throop/Tompkins Avenues, Graham Avenue, Manhattan Avenue
[30]
Local service
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 4
Sheepshead Bay
Emmons Avenue and Nostrand Avenue
  • Overnight service only.
  • Northbound: Emmons Avenue, Nostrand Avenue, Farragut Road, New York Avenue, Fulton Street, Bedford Avenue, Taylor Street
  • Southbound: Lee Avenue, Nostrand Avenue, Shore Parkway
Williamsburg
Flushing Avenue and Bedford Avenue
Sheepshead Bay
Knapp Street and Emmons Avenue
  • Alternate trips serve each terminal.
  • No overnight service.
Sheepshead Bay
Avenue U and Nostrand Avenue
B44
[31]
Select Bus Service
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 4
Sheepshead Bay
Knapp Street and Emmons Avenue
  • Alternate trips serve each pair of terminals.
  • Avenue U trips extended to Avenue X during the AM rush and mid-afternoon hours.
  • No overnight service.
  • Early AM northbound service starts at Nostrand Avenue and Flatbush Avenue and serves each Williamsburg terminal alternately.
  • Northbound: Emmons Avenue, Nostrand Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, Rogers Avenue, Bedford Avenue, Taylor Street
  • Southbound: Lee Avenue, Nostrand Avenue, Shore Parkway
Williamsburg
Flushing Avenue and Bedford Avenue
Sheepshead Bay
Avenue U and Nostrand Avenue
B45
[32]
Downtown Brooklyn
Court Street and Livingston Street
at Brooklyn Borough Hall
Crown Heights
Saint Johns Place and Ralph Avenue
  • No overnight service.
Atlantic Avenue, Saint Johns Place
[33]
Local service
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 3
  • All times.
  • Extra rush hour service provided between Avenue H and Eastern Parkway.
Utica Avenue, Malcolm X Boulevard, Broadway
B46
[34]
Select Bus Service
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
Bedford–Stuyvesant
Malcolm X Boulevard and DeKalb Avenue
  • No overnight service.
Utica Avenue, Malcolm X Boulevard
Flatlands
Avenue N and Utica Avenue
  • Weekday rush hours only.
[35] Kings Plaza Shopping Center
East 54th Street and Avenue U
Bedford–Stuyvesant
Broadway and Marcus Garvey Boulevard
at Woodhull Hospital and
Flushing Avenue (Template:NYCS Jamaica west local trains)
All times. Ralph Avenue, Broadway
B48
[36]
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Ocean Avenue and Flatbush Avenue
at Prospect Park (Template:NYCS Prospect Park trains)
Greenpoint
Meeker Avenue and Gardner Avenue
All times Classon/Franklin Avenues, Lorimer Street, Nassau Avenue
B49
[37]
Local service
Bedford–Stuyvesant
Fulton Street and Bedford Avenue
at Franklin Avenue (Template:NYCS Fulton local day trains S trains)
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
at Kingsborough Community College
No overnight service Bedford Avenue, Ocean/Rogers Avenues
Limited-Stop service
Crown Heights
Bedford Avenue and Empire Boulevard

AM
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
at Kingsborough Community College
Southbound morning rush hour service only. Bedford Avenue, Ocean Avenue

Routes B52 to B84Edit

All routes in this section are local service except route B82 which has local and limited-stop services.

Route Terminals Service operation and notes Streets traveled
[38] Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Ridgewood, Queens
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
at Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues (Template:NYCS Myrtle-Wyckoff trains)
All times Gates Avenue
[39] Downtown Brooklyn
Jay Street and Myrtle Avenue
at Jay Street–MetroTech (Template:NYCS MetroTech trains)
All times Myrtle Avenue
[40] Red Hook
Beard Street and Otsego Street
at Ikea Terminal
Maspeth, Queens
61st Street and Flushing Avenue
No overnight service. Lorraine Street, Court/Smith Streets, Flushing Avenue (Brooklyn and Queens)
[41] Canarsie
Williams Avenue and Flatlands Avenue
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 2
All times Rockaway Avenue, Wilson Avenue, Johnson Avenue, South 4th/5th Streets
[42] Downtown Brooklyn
Fulton Street and Smith Street
at Jay Street–MetroTech (Template:NYCS MetroTech trains)
Park Slope
20th Street and Prospect Park West
All times 9th Street, Lorraine Street, Van Brunt Street,
Columbia Street, Atlantic Avenue
[43] Downtown Brooklyn
Boerum Place and Livingston Street
Long Island City, Queens
Jackson Avenue and Queens Plaza South
at Queensboro Plaza (Template:NYCS Queensboro trains)
and Queens Plaza (E G

  R   V

  trains)
  • All times
  • Travels between Brooklyn and Queens via the Pulaski Bridge.
Park Avenue, Wythe Avenue, Driggs/Bedford Avenues, Manhattan Avenue, Jackson Avenue (Queens)
B63
[44]
Bay Ridge
Shore Road and 4th Avenue
Cobble Hill
Park Road and Atlantic Avenue
at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6
All times 5th Avenue, Atlantic Avenue
B64
[45]
Bay Ridge
Shore Road and 71st Street
Coney Island
Mermaid Avenue and Stillwell Avenue
at Stillwell Avenue (D F N Q trains)
No overnight service. Bay Ridge Avenue, 13th Avenue, Bath Avenue, 25th Avenue, Harway Avenue, Stillwell Avenue
B65
[46]
Downtown Brooklyn
Fulton Street and Smith Street
at Jay Street–MetroTech (Template:NYCS MetroTech trains)
Crown Heights
Ralph Avenue and Saint Johns Place
No overnight service. Bergen Street, Dean Street
B67
[47]
Kensington
Cortelyou Road and McDonald Avenue
Downtown Brooklyn
Jay Street and Sands Street
at York Street (Template:NYCS Culver IND south trains)
  • Full-time terminus.
  • No overnight service.
  • McDonald Avenue, 7th Avenue, then:
  • All B67 trips: Flatbush Avenue, Livingston Street, Jay Street
  • B67 South Williamsburg trips: via Brooklyn Navy Yard
  • B69: Vanderbilt Avenue, Flushing Avenue
South Williamsburg
Division Avenue and Wythe Avenue
  • Part-time terminus.
  • Weekday rush hours and midday only
B69
[47]
Downtown Brooklyn
Sands Street and Pearl Street
  • No overnight service
B68
[48]
Windsor Terrace
Bartel Pritchard Square
at 15th Street–Prospect Park (Template:NYCS Culver IND north local trains)
Coney Island
Mermaid Avenue and Stillwell Avenue
at Stillwell Avenue (D F N Q trains)
All times Coney Island Avenue, Brighton Beach Avenue
B70
[49]
Sunset Park
1st Avenue and 39th Street
Dyker Heights
Cropsey Avenue and 7th Avenue
at Veterans Administration Hospital
No overnight service. 7th Avenue, 8th Avenue, Fort Hamilton Parkway
B74
[50]
Coney Island
Mermaid Avenue and Stillwell Avenue
at Stillwell Avenue (D F N Q trains)
Sea Gate
West 37th Street and Mermaid Avenue
  • Loop route service.
  • No overnight service.
Mermaid Avenue
B82
[51]
Local service
Starrett City
Pennsylvania Avenue
and Seaview Avenue
Coney Island
Mermaid Avenue and Stillwell Avenue
at Stillwell Avenue (D F N Q trains)
  • Coney Island terminal is full time terminal.
  • Bath Beach Terminal is part time.
  • Alternate daytime off-peak trips serve each end.
Pennsylvania Avenue, Flatlands Avenue, Kings Highway, Bay Parkway, Cropsey Avenue
Bath Beach
Crospey Avenue and Bay 37th Street
Canarsie
Glenwood Road and Rockaway Parkway
at Rockaway Parkway (L trains)
AM Rush towards Bath Beach only.
Limited-stop service
Starrett City
Pennsylvania Avenue
and Seaview Avenue
Coney Island
Mermaid Avenue and Stillwell Avenue
at Stillwell Avenue (D F N Q trains)
Weekday rush hours. Pennsylvania Avenue, Flatlands Avenue, Kings Highway, Bay Parkway, Cropsey Avenue
[52] Spring Creek
Gateway Center Mall
East New York
Broadway and Fulton Street
at Broadway Junction (Template:NYCS Broadway Junction trains)
No overnight service. Pennsylvania Avenue, Van Siclen Avenue
[53] East New York
Livonia Avenue and New Lots Avenue
at New Lots Avenue (Template:NYCS New Lots trains)
No overnight and weekend evening service. Flatlands Avenue, Ashford Street

Routes B100 and B103Edit

These routes were formerly operated by the Command Bus Company until MTA takeover in December 2005. The routes are currently operated under MTA Bus.

Route Terminals Service operation and notes Streets traveled
[54] Midwood
East 16th Street and Quentin Road
at Kings Highway (B   Q trains)
Mill Basin
56th Drive and Strickland Avenue
No overnight service. Quentin Road, Fillmore Avenue, East 66th Street
[55]
Limited-stop service
Canarsie
Williams Avenue and Flatlands Avenue
Downtown Brooklyn
Tillary Street and Adams Street
at Cadman Plaza
Full route and no overnight service.
  • All trips: East 105th Street, Avenue M, East 80th Street, Avenue H
  • Downtown Brooklyn trips: Cortelyou Road, 3rd/4th Avenues, Livingston Street, Cadman Plaza West/Adams Street
Midwood
Flatbush Avenue and Nostrand Avenue
at Flatbush Avenue (Template:NYCS Nostrand trains)
No overnight service.

Route B110 Template:AnchorEdit

File:Private Transportation NYC B110 bus.jpg

This route is operated by Private Transportation Corporation under a franchise with the City of New York, and is the only unsubsidized route operating in Brooklyn. Buses on the B110 route do not accept MetroCard, instead charging a one-way exact change fare of US$3.25.[56]

In October 2011, the B110 was reported in several New York newspapers to have signs requiring female passengers to sit in the back to avoid possible contact with men, as is considered necessary by some Hasidic Jewish groups in the area it serves.[57][58][59][60] The story was reported internationally.[61][62][63][64] On October 20, the New York City Department of Transportation said it would shut down the line if the gender separation was not discontinued,[65] and six days later, Private Transportation Corporation agreed to end this practice.[66]

Template:As of, Private Transportation Corp. no longer enforces the Hasidic custom that men and women sit apart in social situations. Still, most Hasidic men and women riders choose to sit apart from each other and do not complain about segregation.[67]

Route Terminals Notes Streets traveled
B110
[56][68]
Borough Park
18th Avenue and 49th Street
Williamsburg
Lynch Street and Lee Avenue[69][70]
  • Private express franchised route, authorized by NYCDOT[71]
  • No service from 2 hours prior to sundown on Friday until nightfall Saturday due to Shabbat
  • MetroCard not accepted; exact change fare of $3.25
49th/50th Streets, Bedford/Lee Avenues
(local service)

Dollar vansEdit

When the MTA discontinued some routes on June 27, 2010, operators of commuter vans, also known as dollar vans,[72] were allowed to take over certain discontinued routes. In Brooklyn, these routes were the B23, B39 (which has since been restored), and B71.[73] There are also dollar vans that operate to areas with little mass transit service, or provide an alternative mode of transportation to certain bus routes such as the B41 and B46.[74][75] The vans, some licensed by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission and some unlicensed, charge a fare of $2.00, lower than the $2.75 fare for MTA-operated local buses, but without free transfers.[72][74]

Route historyEdit

Routes B1 to B39Edit

Route History
B1
  • Sheepshead Bay area bus began in April 1919 by Plum Beach Auto Stage.
  • 86th Street Line streetcar until August 12, 1948.
  • 86th Street portion and Bay Ridge Avenue portion of B1 (west of 25th Avenue) were B34 until 1978.
  • Service via Brighton Beach was B21 until 1978.
  • Service originally ran via the Sheepshead Bay (BMT Brighton Line) station. Service was rerouted via Brighton Beach and Coney Island Hospital in 1978, absorbing the B21 and B34.
  • Western end (13th Avenue and 86th Street) swapped with the B64 in 2010.
  • Current routing originally proposed in the 1970s as B86.
B2
  • Began 1922 by Kings Coach Company.
  • Overnight service discontinued in 1995 due to budget cuts.
  • Weekend service discontinued in June 2010 and restored in mid 2012.
B3
  • Began 1922 by Kings Coach Company.
  • Extended along 25th Avenue in 1978.
  • Service via East 73rd and 74th Streets discontinued in 2010.
B4
  • Began September 28, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Eastern terminus was Stillwell Avenue and 86th Street until 1978.
  • Emmons Avenue portion was B21 until 1978.
  • Extended to Sheepshead Bay in 1978, via Coney Island Hospital and along B36 and B21 routes.
  • Off-peak service east of Coney Island Hospital discontinued in 2010, restored in January 2013.
  • Service on Neptune Avenue discontinued in 2010, restored January 6, 2013.[76]
B6
  • Bay Parkway bus began August 24, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Cozine Avenue service was new route in 1968 as B84.
  • Original eastern terminus was Ashford Street; extended along Ashford Street in 1989.
B7
  • Began June 29, 1930 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Overnight service discontinued in 2010.
B8
  • Began on October 22, 1925 by Queens Bus Lines.
  • Daytime service between Bay Ridge and Veterans Administration Hospital discontinued in 2010 but restored in June 29, 2014.[77]
  • Original eastern terminus was the Brooklyn Terminal Market.
  • Most trips were rerouted to Brookdale Hospital in the 1990s. Terminal Market service discontinued in 1995 due to budget cuts.
B9
B11
  • Began September 21, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Original eastern terminus was 18th Avenue; Extended to Rockaway Parkway (L trains) on November 12, 1978 via the B6 route.
  • In the mid 1980s, route was shortened to the current terminus at Brooklyn College
  • Overnight service discontinued in 1995 due to budget cuts.
B12
  • Began November 23, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Service originally ran to City Line (Sheridan Avenue and Liberty Avenue), but was cut back to Broadway Junction in July 2010.
B13
  • Began October 25, 1921 by Independent Buses.
  • Merged with the western portion of route B18 on September 8, 2002. Service along Cypress Avenue between the Ridgewood Terminal and Cypress Hills was discontinued. In Williamsburg, the B13 ran on Bushwick Avenue instead of on Morgan and Porter Avenues. In Spring Creek the B13 ran on Eldert Lane instead of via Crescent Street between Linden Boulevard and Stanley Avenue.[80]
  • Extended from Fountain and Vandalia Avenues to Gateway Mall in April 2003.[81]
  • Extended to new bus terminal at Gateway Center North on August 31, 2014.[82]
  • In June 27, 2010 eliminated almost all of the former B18 route except the short Wyckoff Avenue portion to Wyckoff Hospital.
B14
  • Began August 1925 by Eastern Parkway, Brownsville and East New York Transit Relief Association.
B15
  • Sumner Avenue Line streetcar until July 20, 1947.
  • New Lots Avenue Line streetcar until June 28, 1941.
  • Became route B10 before being renumbered to B15 in 1993 when extended to JFK Airport to avoid confusion with Q10.
  • Service removed from Brooklyn General Mail Facility in September 2013.[83] Trips making short turns now terminate at Drew Street and Linden Blvd.
B16
  • Began October 28, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Overnight service discontinued in 1995 due to budget cuts.
B17
  • Began August 17, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
B20
  • Began November 30, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Operated via Linden Boulevard between Pennsylvania Avenue and Eldert Lane until 1978.
  • Rerouted in 1978 from Linden Blvd to serve the Boulevard and Linden Houses via Wortman Avenue between Pennsylvania Avenue and Ashford Street. Rest of route unchanged.
B24
  • Calvary Cemetery Line (Greenpoint Avenue) streetcar until January 26, 1930.
  • Meeker and Marcy Avenues Line streetcar until April 17, 1939.
  • Weekend service discontinued in June 2010, restored January 6, 2013.[76]
B25
B26
B31
B32
  • Introduced September 8, 2013. New bus route.[86]
B35
  • Church Avenue Line streetcar until October 31, 1956.
  • Limited-Stop service implemented in June 2005.
B36
  • Sea Gate Line streetcar until December 1, 1946.
  • Originally ran in Sea Gate (via a separate bus) until 1978.
  • Originally ran via Neptune Avenue. Service was rerouted via Coney Island Hospital in 1978.
B37
  • Traveled on Livingston Street, 3rd Avenue
  • Third Avenue Line streetcar until March 1, 1942.
  • Discontinued June 27, 2010 due to budget cuts. Restored on June 29, 2014.
  • The route between Court Street and Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn (original northern terminus) and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center has not been restored.[77]
B38
  • DeKalb Avenue Line streetcar until January 30, 1949.
  • Current Metropolitan Avenue branch used to terminate at Stanhope Street & Onderdonk Avenue.
  • Limited-stop service was added on April 2008.[87]
B39
  • Williamsburg Bridge Local streetcar until December 4, 1948.[88]
  • May 1, 1999 and five months later, no fare was collected due to the Williamsburg Bridge subway reconstruction.[89]
  • Eliminated in June 2010, daytime service restored in January 6, 2013.[76]

Routes B41 to B103Edit

Route History
B41
  • Flatbush Avenue Line streetcar until March 5, 1951.
  • Former northern terminus was Furman Street and Cadman Plaza West
  • Limited-stop service began January 1993.[90]
B42
  • Rockaway Parkway Line streetcar until April 29, 1951.
  • Northern terminus (bus loop) is inside subway fare control.
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
  • Ralph Avenue Line streetcar until November 1, 1943
  • Ralph and Rockaway Avenues Line streetcar until May 27, 1951.
  • Created as a result of a merge of the B40 and B78 on September 8, 2002.
  • Former route B40 service east of Ralph Avenue and north of Woodhull Hospital discontinued.[80]
B48
  • Franklin Avenue Line (surface) streetcar until October 28, 1945.
  • Lorimer Street Line streetcar until December 14, 1947.
  • Route originally continued to Lefferts Gardens; service south of Fulton Street eliminated in July 2010, restored on January 6, 2013.[76]
B49
  • Ocean Avenue Line streetcar until April 29, 1951.
  • Rerouted to serve the Sheepshead Bay subway station on November 12, 1978 (when B1 was rerouted via Brighton Beach).[99]
  • Southbound Limited-Stop service started in 2010.
B52
B54
B57
  • Flushing Avenue Line streetcar until November 21, 1948.
  • Court Street Line streetcar until July 17, 1949.
  • Smith Street Line (surface) streetcar until February 11, 1951.
  • Extended along the Smith/Court Street sections of the B75 in 2010.
  • Extended to Red Hook in January 2013 from Smith-9th Streets subway station.
B60
B61
  • Columbia Street and Van Brunt Street portion part of Crosstown Line (Brooklyn surface) streetcar until January 27, 1951.
  • Lorraine and Ninth Street route begun August 27, 1936 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Originally ran between Red Hook and Long Island City, Queens.
  • Route north of Downtown Brooklyn was split off from original B61 route (now B62) in January 3, 2010.[100]
  • Extended along former B77 route and Ninth Street portion of B75 route in 2010.
  • Second bus route in Brooklyn to receive MTA BusTime due to Culver subway line reconstruction project in 2012.[101]
B62
B63
B64
  • Bay Ridge Avenue Line streetcar until May 15, 1949.
  • Bay Ridge Avenue and 86th Street portion of B1 were B34 until November 12, 1978.[99]
  • Western end (13th Avenue and 86th Street) swapped with B1 in July 2010.
  • Southern terminus was originally Coney Island; Service was cut back to Bath Beach in July 2010, restored in January 6, 2013.[76]
B65
  • Bergen Street Line streetcar until July 20, 1947.
  • Rerouted from Cobble Hill to Downtown Brooklyn in the late 1990s.
B67
B68
  • Coney Island Avenue Line streetcar until November 30, 1955.
  • Service originally terminated at West 5th Street. Extended to Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue subway station in July 2001.[104]
B69
  • Vanderbilt Avenue Line streetcar until August 20, 1950.
  • Southern portion (south of Flatbush Avenue) originally ran via 8th Avenue and Prospect Park West in Park Slope and terminated at 19th Street.
    This portion was rerouted along the B67 route (7th Avenue) and extended to Kensington in July 2010.
  • Weekend service discontinued on July 2010 and restored on January 6, 2013.[76]
B70
  • Eighth Avenue Line (Brooklyn surface) streetcar until May 15, 1949.
  • Rerouted from 7th Avenue to 3rd Avenue in Bay Ridge in July 2010 to replace B37 service.[76]
  • Rerouted back to 7th Avenue from 3rd Avenue in Bay Ridge in June 29, 2014 due to restored B37 service.[77]
B74
  • Norton's Point Line streetcar until November 7, 1948.
B82
  • Western portion (B5; west of Flatbush Avenue) begun August 29, 1924 by Queens Bus Lines.
  • Eastern portion (B50) introduced in 1975 from Starrett City to Canarsie – Rockaway Parkway; extended to Coney Island Avenue in Midwood on November 12, 1978.[99][105]
  • Combined from routes B5 and B50 on September 10, 1995 due to budget cuts.[91][92]
  • Original terminus was Cropsey Avenue and Canal Avenue. Extended to Coney Island on September 7, 2003.

[106]

  • Limited-stop service added on September 13, 2010.[107]
B83
  • New route 1966.
  • Original southern terminus was Cozine Avenue and Berriman Street.
  • Rerouted along Van Siclen Avenue and into Spring Creek Towers in 1978.
  • Extended to Gateway Mall in September 2007.[81]
  • Extended to new bus terminal at Gateway Center North on August 31, 2014.[82]
B84
  • New route June 30, 2013.
  • Services part of original B83 footprint in East New York (between Jerome Street and Berriman Street).
B100
  • Began February 3, 1960 by Pioneer Bus Company.[108]
  • Extended from Bassett Avenue to 56th Drive (then called McMullen Drive) in August 1960.[109]
  • Later operated by Command Bus Company.[110]
B103
  • Formerly operated by Command Bus Company.
  • Former terminus at East 94th Street and Flatlands Avenue and requested trips to Cozine Avenue and Ashford Street.[111]
  • Saturday service added in 2006.
  • Rerouted and extended to Williams Avenue on May 4, 2009 and Sunday service added on September 6, 2009.
  • Expanded service and extra trips between Brooklyn College and Canarsie added on weekdays in 2009, Saturdays in 2010, and Sundays in 2012.
  • Gowanus and Boerum Hill service added on April 6, 2014.[112]

Former routesEdit

Note that the "B" prefix was not added until the mid-1970s,Template:Citation needed and, on December 11, 1988, some of the Brooklyn "B" routes primarily in Queens were redesignated as "Q" routes.[113]

Route Terminals Streets traveled and history
B3K
Midwood
Quentin Road and East 16th Street

AM
Marine Park
Gerritsen Avenue and Avenue U
  • Traveled on East 16 Street and Avenue U
  • Subway shuttle during reconstruction of Avenue U and Neck Road stations from 2008 to 2010.[114]
B5
Bensonhurst
Cropsey Avenue and Canal Avenue
Flatlands
Ryder Street and Kings Highway
  • Traveled on Kings Highway, Bay Parkway, Cropsey Avenue
  • Merged with B50 into B82 on September 10, 1995 due to budget crisis.
B10
Bedford-Stuyvesant
Broadway and Marcus Garvey Boulevard
City Line
Linden Boulevard and Eldert Lane
  • Traveled on Marcus Garvey Boulevard (ex-Sumner Avenue), Lewis Avenue, New Lots Avenue
  • Route still exists today; extended to JFK Airport in 1993.
  • Route was renumbered to B15 to avoid confusion with the Q10.
B15
(second use)
Downtown Brooklyn
Hanson Place and Flatbush Avenue
Chinatown, Manhattan
Baxter Street and Canal Street
Began November 13, 1929 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation. * Discontinued between 1969 and 1977.[115] * Restored in September 1985.[116]
  • Traveled on Flatbush Avenue, Manhattan Bridge
  • Became an extension of the B63, later the B51, and then it was discontinued in June 2010.
B18
Williamsburg
Graham Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue
Cypress Hills
Jamaica Avenue and Crescent Street
  • Traveled on Metropolitan Avenue, Morgan Avenue, Wyckoff Avenue, Cypress Avenue
  • Begun November 30, 1931 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
  • Merged into an extended B13 on September 8, 2002 west of Myrtle Avenue (east of it was discontinued).[80]
B19
(first use)
N/A
  • Traveled on Cypress Hills Street, Gates Avenue
  • Now part of the B13.
B19
(second use)</div>
Downtown Brooklyn
Hanson Place and Flatbush Avenue
Fort Greene
Grand Avenue and Flushing Avenue
  • Traveled on Carlton Avenue, Adelphi Street
  • Discontinued 1988.
B21
(first use)
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
Sheepshead Bay
Knapp Street and Voorhies Avenue
  • Traveled on Oriental Boulevard, Brighton Beach Avenue, Ocean Parkway, Avenue Z, Emmons Avenue
  • Replaced in 1978 with parts of the B1, B4, and B36.
B21
(second use)
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
Sheepshead Bay
Knapp Street and Voorhies Avenue
  • Traveled on Oriental Boulevard, Brighton Beach Avenue, Ocean Parkway, Avenue Z, Emmons Avenue
  • Replaced in 1978 with parts of the B1, B4, and B36.
B22
East New York
Broadway and Lafayette Street
Jamaica, Queens
89th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard
  • Traveled on Broadway, Atlantic Avenue
  • Route still exists. Relabeled and renumbered to Q24 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B23
Borough Park
New Utrecht Avenue and 62nd Street
Flatbush
Flatbush Avenue and Cortelyou Road
  • Traveled on 16th Avenue, Cortelyou Road
  • 16th Avenue Line streetcar until January 26, 1930 and Cortelyou Road Line streetcar until July 23, 1930.
  • Streetcar known as "Avenue C Line"
  • Discontinued June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[119]
B27
  • Traveled on the same circular route as the B29, but going the opposite direction.
  • Became part of the B24 by 1969.
B27X
See X27 for details. Brooklyn-Manhattan express bus route.
B28
  • Traveled along the Erie Basin.
  • Discontinued in 1944.
B28X
See X28 for details. Brooklyn-Manhattan express bus route.
B29
(first use)
Greenpoint
West Street and Greenpoint Avenue
Williamsburg
Broadway and Kent Street
  • Originally a circular line, with the other direction being the B27.
  • Traveled on Metropolitan Avenue, Kingsland Avenue, Meeker Avenue
  • Southern part of the current B24.[120]
B29X
See X29 for details. Brooklyn-Manhattan express bus route.
B30
(first use)
??? ???
  • Traveled on Gravesend and Church
  • Discontinued by 1969.
B30
(second use)
Greenpoint
Kingsland Avenue and Meeker Avenue
Woodside, Queens
47th Street and Greenpoint Avenue
  • Traveled on Humboldt Street, Kingsland Avenue, Greenpoint Avenue, Review Avenue, 48th Street
  • Created prior from portions of B29 that were not merged into the B24.
  • Discontinued September 10, 1995 due to budget crisis.
B32
(first use)
Marine Parkway Bridge Avenue U (Kings Plaza)
  • Traveled on Flatbush Avenue
  • Became part of the Q35 by 1969.
B33
Red Hook
Ferry Place and Hamilton Avenue
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Flatbush Avenue and Ocean Avenue
  • Traveled on Hamilton Avenue, Prospect Avenue, Parkside Avenue, Ocean Avenue
  • Discontinued in 1993.
B34
Bay Ridge
Shore Road and Bay Ridge Avenue
Bath Beach
Harway Avenue and 25th Avenue
  • Traveled on Bay Ridge Avenue, 13th Avenue, 86th Street
  • Replaced by extended B1 in 1978. Currently part of B1 and B64 routes.
B36S
Sea Gate
Atlantic Avenue and Surf Avenue
shuttle loop
  • Renumbered from B73 by 1969.
  • Sea Gate shuttle loop
  • Discontinued in 1988.
B38
(first use)
B40
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
East New York
Liberty Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Traveled on Broadway, Ralph Avenue, Liberty Avenue
  • Route discontinued September 8, 2002.
  • Ralph Avenue portion merged with B78 at that time to form current B47.[80]
B43
(first use)
Nostrand Avenue Holy Cross Cemetery
  • Traveled on Tilden Avenue
  • Discontinued by 1969.
B47
(first use)
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Flatbush Avenue and Empire Boulevard
  • Traveled on Empire Boulevard, Kingston Avenue, Brooklyn Avenue,
    Throop Avenue, Tompkins Avenue, Division Avenue
  • Merged on September 10, 1995 with B62 to form the B43 route due to budget crisis.
B50
(first use)
??? ???
  • Traveled on Bushwick Avenue
  • Discontinued by 1949.
B50
(second use)
??? ???
  • Traveled on McDonald Avenue (was formerly part of the B69)
  • Discontinued by 1969.
B50
(third use)
Spring Creek
Seaview Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue
Midwood
Coney Island Avenue and Kings Highway
  • Created in 1978.
  • Traveled on Kings Highway, Flatlands Avenue, Seaview Avenue
  • Merged with the B5 on September 10, 1995 to form the B82 due to budget crisis.
B51
City Hall, Manhattan
Beekman Street and Park Row
Downtown Brooklyn
Fulton Street and Smith Street
  • Traveled on Flatbush Avenue, Manhattan Bridge, Lafayette Street, St. James Place
  • Began November 13, 1929 by Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation.
  • Replaced Manhattan Bridge Three Cent Line streetcar.
  • Discontinued June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[119]
B53
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Jamaica, Queens
171st Street and Jamaica Avenue
  • Traveled on Grand Street, Metropolitan Avenue
  • Route still exists. Relabeled and renumbered to Q54 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B55
Ridgewood, Queens
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
Richmond Hill, Queens
Jamaica Avenue and Myrtle Avenue
  • Traveled on Myrtle Avenue
  • Route still exists. Relabeled to Q55 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B56
East New York
Broadway and Fulton Street
Jamaica, Queens
171st Street and Jamaica Avenue
  • Traveled on Jamaica Avenue
  • Route still exists. Relabeled to Q56 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B58
Ridgewood, Queens
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
Flushing, Queens
Main Street and 41st Road
  • Traveled on Fresh Pond Road, Grand Avenue, Corona Avenue
  • Route still exists. Relabeled to Q58 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B59
Rego Park, Queens
63rd Drive and Queens Blvd
Williamsburg
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
  • Traveled on Grand Avenue, Grand Street
  • Original eastern terminus was 72nd Street and Grand Avenue.
  • Route still exists. Relabeled to Q59 in December 11, 1988.[117][118]
B62
(first use)
Greenpoint
Box Street and Manhattan Avenue
Downtown Brooklyn
Pearl Street and High Street
  • Traveled on Flushing Avenue, Graham Avenue
  • Graham Avenue portion merged with former B47 to form B43 on September 10, 1995 due to budget crisis.
  • Flushing Avenue portion discontinued due to budget crisis.
B66
Downtown Brooklyn
Cadman Plaza and Tillary Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn
Columbia Street and Halleck Street
  • Traveled on Court Street[120]
  • Now part of the B57, formerly part of B75.
B71
Cobble Hill
Van Brunt Street and Sackett Street
Crown Heights
Sterling Place and Rogers Avenue
  • Traveled on Union Street, Eastern Parkway
  • Union Street Line streetcar until December 1, 1945.
  • Discontinued June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[119]
B72
East Elmhurst, Queens
23rd Avenue and Junction Boulevard
Rego Park, Queens
Queens Boulevard and Junction Boulevard
B73
Sea Gate
Atlantic Avenue and Surf Avenue
shuttle loop
  • Renumbered B36S by 1969.
B74SS
Sea Gate
West 37th Street and Mermaid Avenue
Brighton Beach
Corbin Place and Oriental Boulevard
  • Traveled on Mermaid Avenue, Neptune Avenue, Brighton Beach Avenue
  • SS stands for "Shoppers Special", started in the early 1980s and discontinued afterwards.
B75
Downtown Brooklyn
Sands Street and Jay Street
Park Slope
20th Street and Prospect Park West
  • Traveled on Court Street, Smith Street, 9th Street
  • Court Street Line streetcar until July 17, 1949 and Smith Street Line streetcar until February 11, 1951.
  • Replaced in 2010 with B57 and B61 due to budget crisis.[119]
B76
??? ???
  • Traveled on Fifteenth
  • Discontinued by 1969.
B77
Red Hook
Beard Street and Van Brunt Street
Park Slope
5th Avenue and 10th Street
B77S
Red Hook
Smith Street and 9th Street
Red Hook
Halleck Street and Columbia Street
  • Traveled on West 9th Street, Columbia Street; (Erie Basin/Red Hook pier Shuttle)
  • Discontinued in the late 1980s for low ridership. Now part of B61 and formerly part of B77.
B78
Brownsville
Rutland Road and East 98th Street
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
East 54th Street and Avenue U
  • Traveled on Ralph Avenue
  • Merged with B40 on September 8, 2002 to form the B47.[80]
B80
Flatbush Avenue and Nostrand Avenue World's Fair
  • Only operated during the 1964 World's Fair.
B81
Eastern Parkway and Utica Avenue World's Fair
  • Only operated during the 1964 World's Fair.
B82
(first use)
Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Flatbush Avenue and Avenue U
Bergen Beach
East 74th Street and Avenue U
  • Traveled on Avenue U[120]
  • Now part of the B3.
B84
(first use)
East New York
Ashford Street and Cozine Avenue
Canarsie
Rockaway Parkway and Glenwood Road
  • Traveled on Flatlands Avenue, Cozine Avenue
  • Now part of the B6.
B85
Army Base Army Base
  • Army Base Shuttle; only ran for a few months.
B86
Bay Ridge
4th Avenue and 86th Street
Manhattan Beach
Mackenzie Street and Oriental Boulevard
  • Traveled on 86th Street, Brighton Beach Avenue
  • Proposed in the late 1970s. Implemented in 2010 as a rerouted B1.
B87
??? ???
B88
Downtown Brooklyn
Court Street and Remsen Street
shuttle loop
  • Nicknamed "Culture Bus Loop II".
  • 29 stops along the route between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
  • Began operating on May 26, 1973 (Memorial Day weekend); weekends and holidays only.
  • Discontinued after Labor Day on September 3, 1984.[121]
B101
Midwood
East 16th Street and Kings Highway
Bergen Beach
East 74th Street and Avenue L
  • Traveled on Avenue L, Kings Highway
  • Never implemented, proposed by Pioneer Bus in the 1970s.
DeKalb
Avenue
shuttle
Chinatown, Manhattan
Grand Street and Chrystie Street
Downtown Brooklyn
Dekalb Avenue and Flatbush Avenue

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MaBSTOA garages Bronx: Gun HillKingsbridgeMother Clara HaleWest Farms
Manhattan: TuskegeeManhattanvilleMichael J. Quill
NYCTA garages Brooklyn: East New YorkFlatbushFresh PondJackie GleasonUlmer Park
Manhattan: 126th Street
Queens: Casey StengelJamaicaQueens Village
Staten Island: CastletonYukonCharlestonMeredith
MTA Bus garages Baisley ParkCollege PointEastchesterFar RockawayJohn F. KennedyLaGuardiaSpring CreekYonkers
NYCTA maintenance facilities East New YorkZerega Avenue
Former major streetcar operators 2nd Ave3rd Ave8th & 9th AvesB&QT (BMT)LIEM&QNY RailwaysNY&HNY&LI
NY&NSNY&QCOcean ElectricPublic ServiceRichmondSI MidlandSteinway
Former streetcar lines BronxBrooklynManhattanQueensStaten IslandLong IslandWestchester
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