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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates a number of bus routes in Queens, New York, United States. Some of them are the direct descendants of streetcar lines (see list of streetcar lines in Queens). For express service to Manhattan, see list of express bus routes in New York City.

Operator Route Terminals Major streets Depot History Notes
NYCTA Q1 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Bellerose or Queens Village Hillside Avenue, Springfield Boulevard, and Braddock Avenue Queens Village Originally started 1923 by Bee Line, Incorporated
NYCTA Q2 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Belmont Park Hillside Avenue and Hollis Avenue Queens Village Originally started 1923 by Bee Line, Incorporated
NYCTA Q3 JFK Airport Terminal 4 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Farmers Boulevard and Hillside Avenue Jamaica Originally started 1923 by Bee Line, Incorporated; extended to JFK Airport in 1989
NYCTA Q4 Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica Cambria Heights Merrick Boulevard and Linden Boulevard Jamaica Originally started by Bee Line, Incorporated; original western terminus was 169th Street subway station both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q5 Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica Rosedale or Green Acres Mall, Nassau County Merrick Boulevard Jamaica Originally started 1923 by Bee Line, Incorporated; original western terminus was 169th Street subway station
Extended to Green Acres Mall in 1989
both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q6 JFK Airport (North Boundary Road) 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Rockaway Boulevard and Sutphin Boulevard John F. Kennedy extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1990
Originally started 1922 by Queens Bus Corporation; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q7 Euclid Avenue subway station, East New York, Brooklyn JFK Airport (cargo area) Pitkin Avenue, Sutter Avenue, Rockaway Boulevard, and 150th Street John F. Kennedy Originally started 1922 by Ruoff Brothers; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
MTA Bus Q8 Euclid Avenue subway station, Wikipedia:East New York, Brooklyn 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica 101st Street Far Rockaway and John F. Kennedy operated by Green Bus Lines from April 15, 1933 until 2006
extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1990
MTA Bus Q9 South Ozone Park 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Lincoln Street and Liberty Avenue (Q9) or Linden Boulevard and Merrick Boulevard (Q9A) John F. Kennedy Originally started May 1, 1920 by Ludwig Bilow (Bilow Bus Line); operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1990
MTA Bus Q10 JFK Airport Terminal 4 Union Turnpike–Kew Gardens subway station, Kew Gardens Lefferts Boulevard John F. Kennedy Originally started 1921 by Richmond Hill Bus Line; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006 both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q11 Hamilton Beach or Howard Beach Woodhaven Boulevard subway station, Elmhurst Woodhaven Boulevard Far Rockaway and John F. Kennedy Originally started 1918 by Liberty Bus Transportation; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
NYCTA Q12 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Little Neck Sanford Avenue and Northern Boulevard Casey Stengel Originally started 1921 by Rauchwerger Bus Company
NYCTA Q13 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Fort Totten Northern Boulevard and Bell Boulevard Casey Stengel Originally started March 24, 1920 by New York City Department of Plant and Structures
NYCTA Q14 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Union Turnpike-Kew Gardens subway station, Kew Gardens Yellowstone Boulevard and Junction Boulevard Queens Village
NYCTA Q15 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Beechhurst 41st Avenue, 150th Street, and 154th Street Casey Stengel Originally started April 3, 1924 by Rauchwerger Bus Company
NYCTA Q16 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Fort Totten Union Street, Bayside AVenue, 29th Avenue, Francis Lewis Boulevard, and Willets Point Boulevard Casey Stengel Originally started August 15, 1930 by North Shore Bus Company
NYCTA Q17 Jamaica Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Hillside Avenue, 188th Street, Horace Harding Expressway, and Kissena Boulevard Jamaica Originally operated from 1928 to 1935 by Flushing Heights Bus Company;
combined with former Q20 approximately January 1, 1940; rerouted February 3, 1957, taking over former Q30 route on 188th St.
extended from 165th St. bus terminal to Archer Avenue and Merrick Boulevard on December 11, 1988
both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q18 Maspeth Astoria 65th Place, 58th Street, and 30th Avenue LaGuardia Originally started 1925 by Woodside-Astoria Transportation Company; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
MTA Bus Q19 Astoria East Elmhurst Astoria Boulevard LaGuardia operated by Triboro Coach Corporation from 1933 until 2006
NYCTA Q20 Jamaica College Point Main Street, Union Street, Parsons Boulevard, and 20th Avenue (Q20A) or 14th Avenue (Q20B) Casey Stengel North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q44FS on February 15, 1932; renumbered to the Q20A and Q20B on April 12, 1990
Extended to Jamaica in 1999
MTA Bus Q21 Howard Beach Woodhaven Boulevard (IND Queens Boulevard Line) subway station, Elmhurst Woodhaven Boulevard and Cross Bay Boulevard Far Rockaway Originally started 1923 by Queens Auto Traction; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
MTA Bus Q22 Roxbury Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue subway station, Far Rockaway Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Beach Channel Drive, and Seagirt Boulevard Far Rockaway Originally started 1912 by Long Island Coach Company; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
MTA Bus Q22A Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue subway station, Far Rockaway Bayswater Mott Avenue Far Rockaway operated by Green Bus Lines from 1921 until 2006
MTA Bus Q23 Forest Hills East Elmhurst 69th Avenue, 108th Street, 103rd Street, 102nd Street, and Ditmars Boulevard LaGuardia Originally started 1925 by North Shore Bus Company; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
NYCTA Q24 Bedford-Stuyvesant Jamaica Atlantic Avenue East New York Formerly B22; bus replaced streetcar on January 15, 1950; renumbered and extended to 170th Street and Jamaica Avenue on December 11, 1988
MTA Bus Q25 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica College Point Parsons Boulevard, Kissena Boulevard, Linden Place, Ulmer Street, and 127th Street College Point Originally started 1928 by Flushing Heights Bus Company; operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005 both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q26 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Fresh Meadows Parsons Boulevard, 46th Avenue, and Hollis Court Boulevard Casey Stengel Originally started October 1, 1931 by Z&M Coach Company
NYCTA Q27 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Cambria Heights Kissena Boulevard, 46th Avenue, 48th Avenue, and Springfield Boulevard Queens Village Originally started 1926 by Z&M Coach Company both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q28 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Bay Terrace Northern Boulevard, Crocheron Avenue, 32nd Avenue, and Corporal Kennedy Street Casey Stengel Originally started April 1928 by North Shore Bus Company
MTA Bus Q29 Glendale 82nd Street-Jackson Heights subway station, Jackson Heights 80th Street, Dry Harbor Road, 90th Street, 92nd Street, and Hampton Street LaGuardia Originally started 1921 by Kings Coach; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
NYCTA Q30 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Little Neck Home Lawn Street, Utopia Parkway, and Horace Harding Expressway Jamaica Formerly Q17A; originally started September 7, 1947; renumbered and extended to Jamaica LIRR station on December 11, 1988
NYCTA Q31 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Bayside Home Lawn Street, Utopia Parkway, 48th Avenue, Bell Boulevard, and 32nd Avenue Casey Stengel extended to Jamaica LIRR station on December 11, 1988;
Originally started 1932 by S&C Buses
NYCTA Q32 Penn Station, Manhattan Jackson Heights Madison Avenue, 5th Avenue, Queensboro Bridge, Queens Boulevard, and Roosevelt Avenue Casey Stengel Formerly M32; originally started 1925 by Fifth Avenue Coach Comany as Rte. 15
MTA Bus Q33 Roosevelt Avenue–74th Street subway station, Jackson Heights La Guardia Airport 83rd Street and 82nd Street LaGuardia Originally started January 1, 1933 by Municipal Motorbus Company; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
MTA Bus Q34 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Whitestone Parsons Boulevard, Kissena Boulevard, 28th Avenue, and Willets Point Boulevard College Point operated by Queens Surface Corporation from 1933 until 2005
MTA Bus Q35 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street subway station, Rockaway Park Flatbush Avenue, Marine Parkway Bridge, and Newport Avenue Far Rockaway Originally operated by Triboro Coach; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
NYCTA Q36 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Floral Park Hillside Avenue, 212th Place, 212th Street, and Jamaica Avenue Queens Village Originally started April 1926 by Schenck Transportation Co. both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q37 South Ozone Park Union Turnpike–Kew Gardens subway station, Kew Gardens 135th Avenue, 111th Street, and Park Lane South John F. Kennedy Originally started January 1939 by General Omnibus Corporation; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
MTA Bus Q38 Rego Park Corona 63rd Drive, Penelope Avenue, Juniper Valley Road, Metropolitan Avenue, and Eliot Avenue LaGuardia Originally started June 1934 by Affiliated Bus Transit Corporation; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
MTA Bus Q39 Ridgewood Long Island City Forest Avenue, Fresh Pond Road, 58th Street, 48th Avenue, and Thomson Avenue LaGuardia Originally started July 1934 by National City Bus Lines; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
MTA Bus Q40 South Jamaica Sutphin Boulevard subway station, Jamaica 142nd Street, Lakewood Avenue, and Sutphin Boulevard John F. Kennedy Originally started February 5, 1934 by Midland Coach Corporation; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
MTA Bus Q41 Howard Beach 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Cross Bay Boulevard, Rockaway Boulevard, 111th Avenue, 127th Street, 95th Avenue, and 94th Avenue Far Rockaway and John F. Kennedy extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1990
Originally started July 19, 1934 by Courier Bus Company; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
NYCTA Q42 Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica Addisleigh Park Liberty Avenue, 174th Street, and Sayres Avenue Jamaica Original western terminus was 169th Street subway station;
Originally started March 27, 1934 by North Branch Bus
NYCTA Q43 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Floral Park Hillside Avenue Queens Village Originally started May 24, 1939 by Schenck Transportation Co. both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q44 Jamaica West Farms Square–East Tremont Avenue subway station, Bronx Park South, Bronx Main Street, Union Street, Parsons Boulevard, Bronx Whitestone Bridge, Cross Bronx Expressway, and 177th Street Casey Stengel North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q44 on March 22, 1938 limited-stop service; local in the Bronx
NYCTA Q46 Kew Gardens-Union Turnpike subway station, Kew Gardens Lake Success and into Nassau County Union Turnpike Queens Village North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q44A on December 4, 1939; renumbered to the Q46 on April 12, 1990 both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q47 Roosevelt Avenue–74th Street subway station, Jackson Heights La Guardia Airport (Marine Air Terminal) 74th Street, 73rd Street, and 77th Street LaGuardia operated by Triboro Coach Corporation until 2006
NYCTA Q48 LaGuardia Airport Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Ditmars Boulevard, 108th Street, and Roosevelt Avenue Casey Stengel Originally started March 31, 1940 by North Shore Bus Company
MTA Bus Q49 Roosevelt Avenue-Jackson Heights (IND Queens Boulevard Line) subway station, Jackson Heights East Elmhurst 35th Avenue, 89th/90th Streets, Astoria Boulevard LaGuardia operated by Triboro Coach Corporation
MTA Bus Q50 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Co-op City Whitestone Expressway, Hutchinson River Parkway, Bruckner Boulevard, Co-op City Boulevard LaGuardia and Eastchester operated by Queens Surface Corporation as QBx1 but renumbered to Q50 in September 2010
NYCTA Q51 Roosevelt Avenue-Jackson Heights (IND Queens Boulevard Line) subway station, Jackson Heights Sutphin/Archer-JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Roosevelt Avenue, 99th Street, Woodhaven Boulevard, Myrtle & Jamaica Avenues Grand Avenue formely Q61 but renumbered in November 1988
MTA Bus Q52 Woodhaven Boulevard (IND Queens Boulevard Line) subway station, Elmhurst Averne Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Woodhaven Boulevard, Cross Bay Boulevard Far Rockaway route began in 2012 limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q53 Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street subway station, Rockaway Park Woodside-61st Street subway station, Woodside Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Cross Bay Boulevard, Woodhaven Boulevard, Queens Boulevard, and Broadway LaGuardia and College Point operated by Triboro Coach Corporation from June 28, 1956 until 2006 limited-stop service
NYCTA Q54 Marcy Avenue subway station, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Jamaica Grand Street, Metropolitan Avenue, and Jamaica Avenue Fresh Pond Formerly B53; bus replaced streetcar on June 12, 1949; renumbered on December 11, 1988
NYCTA Q55 Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues subway station, Ridgewood Richmond Hill Myrtle Avenue Fresh Pond Formerly B55; bus replaced streetcar on April 26, 1950; renumbered on December 11, 1988
NYCTA Q56 Broadway Junction subway station, East New York, Brooklyn Jamaica Jamaica Avenue East New York Formerly B56; bus replaced streetcar on November 30, 1947; renumbered on December 11, 1988
NYCTA Q57 Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue-JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Main Street, Booth Memorial Avenue, 73rd Avenue, Queens Boulevard, Jamaica Avenue Grand Avenue and Fresh Pond both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q58 Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues subway station, Ridgewood Flushing Madison Street, Fresh Pond Road, Grand Avenue, Corona Avenue, Horace Harding Expressway, and College Point Boulevard Fresh Pond Formerly B58; bus replaced streetcar on July 17, 1949; renumbered on December 11, 1988 both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q59 Williamsburg Bridge Plaza, Brooklyn 63rd Drive–Rego Park subway station, Rego Park Grand Street, Grand Avenue, and Queens Boulevard Grand Avenue Formerly B59; bus replaced streetcar on December 11, 1949; renumbered on December 11, 1988
MTA Bus Q60 East Midtown, Manhattan South Jamaica Queensboro Bridge, Queens Boulevard, and Sutphin Boulevard John F. Kennedy Originally operated by Manhattan & Queens Traction Company; bus replaced streetcar on April 17, 1937; operated by Green Bus Lines until 2006
NYCTA Q62 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue-JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing Parsons Boulevard and Kissena Boulevard Fresh Pond both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q63 Parson Boulevard/Archer Avenue subway station, Jamaica Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing (See Q62 bus route) East New York local-stop service
MTA Bus Q65 Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue–JFK Airport subway station, Jamaica College Point 164th Street, 45th Avenue, and College Point Boulevard College Point bus replaced streetcar in 1937; operated by Queens-Nassau Bus Lines/Queens Transit Corporation Queens Surface Corporation until 2005 both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q66 Queensboro Plaza subway station, Long Island City Flushing-Main Street subway station, Flushing 21st Street, 35th Avenue, and Northern Boulevard College Point bus replaced streetcar in 1937; operated by Queens-Nassau Bus Lines/Queens Transit Corporation/Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q67 Long Island City Ridgewood 21st Street, Borden Avenue, 55th Avenue, Hamilton Place, 69th Street, and Metropolitan Avenue College Point bus replaced streetcar in 1937; operated by Queens-Nassau Bus Lines/Queens Transit Corporation/Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q70 Template:Wikipedia reference:La Guardia Airport Woodside-61st Street]] subway station, Woodside Roosevelt Avenue, Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, Grand Central Parkway LaGuardia Bus Depot Added in 2014
MTA Bus Q72 63rd Drive–Rego Park subway station, Rego Park La Guardia Airport Junction Boulevard and 94th Street LaGuardia Formerly B72; originally BRT/BMT/NYC Board of Transportation/NYCTA; bus replaced streetcar on August 25, 1949; operated by Triboro Coach Corporation from 1961 until 2006
NYCTA Q73 Bayside Jamaica Bell Boulevard Casey Stengel
NYCTA Q76 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica College Point Hillside Avenue, Francis Lewis Boulevard, 14th Avenue, and 20th Avenue Casey Stengel Originally started October 29, 1961; extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1989
NYCTA Q77 Springfield Gardens 165th Street Terminal, Jamaica Springfield Boulevard, Francis Lewis Boulevard, and Hillside Avenue Jamaica Originally started September 13, 1965; extended to 165th Street Terminal ca. 1989
NYCTA Q82 Sutphin/Hillside subway station, Jamaica College Point Jamaica Avenue, Springfield Boulevard, Northern Boulevard, College Point Boulevard Queens Village opened in 2014 both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q83 Jamaica Queens Village Liberty Avenue, Murdock Avenue, and Springfield Boulevard Queens Village Bee-Line, Incorporated began operating the Q3A in 1923; taken over by North Shore Bus Company; renumbered on December 11, 1988 both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q84 Laurelton Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica 120th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard Jamaica Bee-Line, Incorporated began operating the Q4A in 1923; taken over by North Shore Bus Company; route extended to Laurelton from 199 St. & 122 Ave. in February 1962; renumbered on December 11, 1988
Original western terminus was 169th Street subway station
NYCTA Q85 Green Acres Mall, Nassau County or Rosedale Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica Conduit Avenue, Bedell Street, and Merrick Boulevard Jamaica Formerly Q5A and Q5AB; originally operated by Bee-Line, Incorporated; combined into the Q85 on December 11, 1988
Original western terminus was 169th Street subway station
both local and limited-stop service
NYCTA Q88 Woodhaven Boulevard subway station, Elmhurst Queens Village Horace Harding Expressway, 188th Street, 73rd Avenue, and Springfield Boulevard Queens Village NYCTA began operating the Q88 on September 16, 1974
NYCTA Q91 Sutphin Boulevard/Hillside Avenue subway station, Jamaica Fresh Meadows Midland Parkway, Hillside Avenue Queens Village began operating in 2013
NYCTA Q92 Jamaica-Parson/Archer subway station Jamaica Cambria Heights 119th Avenue, Foch Boulevard, Sutphin Boulevard Jamaica opened in 2014 local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q101 Midtown Steinway Queensboro Bridge, Northern Boulevard, Steinway Street, and 20th Avenue LaGuardia operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q100 Long Island City Rikers Island 21st Street, 20th Avenue, and Rikers Island Bridge LaGuardia operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005 limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q102 Roosevelt Island, Manhattan Astoria 36th Avenue, Vernon Boulevard, 41st Avenue, 31st Street, and Newtown Avenue LaGuardia operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q103 Vernon Boulevard-Jackson Avenue subway station, Hunters Point Astoria Vernon Boulevard LaGuardia operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q104 Ravenswood 46th Street-Bliss Street subway station, Sunnyside Broadway and 48th Street LaGuardia operated by Queens Surface Corporation until 2005
MTA Bus Q106 Woodside-61st Street subway station, Woodside Parsons Boulevard subway station, Jamaica Queens Boulevard, Jamaica Avenue LaGuardia operated by Triboro Bus Corporation until 2005 both local and limited-stop service
MTA Bus Q110 Jamaica Belmont Park Jamaica Avenue and Hempstead Avenue Baisley Park operated by Jamaica Buses until 2006
MTA Bus Q111 Rosedale Jamaica Peninsula Boulevard, Rosedale Road, 147th Avenue, and Brewer Boulevard Baisley Park operated by Jamaica Buses until 2006 via Nassau County
MTA Bus Q112 Rockaway Boulevard subway station, Ozone Park Jamaica Liberty Avenue and South Road Baisley Park operated by Jamaica Buses until 2006
MTA Bus Q113 Far Rockaway Jamaica Seagirt Boulevard, Beach 9th Street, Beach Channel Drive, Wanser Avenue, Rockaway Boulevard, and Brewer Boulevard Baisley Park operated by Jamaica Buses until 2006 via Nassau County
limited service
MTA Bus Q114 Far Rockaway Jamaica Seagirt Boulevard,Beach 9th Street,Rockaway Turnpike, Brookville Boulevard, 147th Avenue, and Brewer Boulevard Baisley Park in 2014, the Q113 split it's part-time route to make it Q114LTD service limited-stop service

The following routes from other boroughs enter Queens:

  • Brooklyn: B13, B15, B20, B24, B26, B32, B38/B38LTD, B52, B54, B57, and B62
  • Manhattan: M60
  • Express and multi-borough:x63, x64, x68, BM5, QBx1, QM1, QM2, QM3, QM4, QM10, QM11, QM12, QM15, QM16, QM17, QM18, QM21, QM22, QM23, and QM24

Former routesEdit

On December 11, 1988, when the Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station opened, some of the Brooklyn "B" routes primarily in Queens were redesignated as "Q" routes,[1] and a number of other routes were renumbered or modified.

Route Terminals Major streets History
Q3A became Q83 on December 11, 1988
Q4A became Q84 on December 11, 1988
Q5A merged with Q5AB to become the Q85 on December 11, 1988
Q5AB merged with Q5A to become the Q85 on December 11, 1988
Q5ALS 225th Street discontinued on December 11, 1988
Q5AS Rosedale Laurelton 147th Avenue and 225th Street discontinued on December 11, 1988
Q5S became Q86 on December 11, 1988
Q12A became Q79 on April 12, 1990
Q17A became Q30 on December 11, 1988
Q44A became Q46 on April 12, 1990
Q44B Malba "Malba Shuttle" on Parsons Boulevard discontinued in 1980s; was to become Q71 on December 11, 1988
Q44FS became Q20 on April 12, 1990
Q44VP became Q74 on April 12, 1990
Q49 discontinued on December 11, 1988
Q86 Rosedale Francis Lewis Boulevard originally Q5S; renumbered on December 11, 1988
Q89 Elmhurst Jackson Heights Broadway, 81st Street, and 82nd Street
Q99 Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica 169th Street subway station, Jamaica "Jamaica Link"; only operated ca. 1990
Q14
Q74

ReferencesEdit

  1. New York Times, All Aboard...Somewhere...for Subway Changes!, December 12, 1988, section B, page 1
New York City area surface transit
Major bus operators NYCTA/MaBSTOAMTA BusMTA Long Island BusSuffolk County TransitBee-Line Bus SystemNJ Transit
Bus routes BronxBrooklynManhattanQueensStaten IslandExpress/multi-boroNassauWestchester
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
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