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As a subsidiary of the New York City Transit Authority, the Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority (MaBSTOA) was created in 1962 to take over bus services for the bankrupt Fifth Avenue Coach Company and Surface Transit, Inc.'s routes. MaBSTOA was created so that employees would not be subject to civil service employment rules, however, as a practice, all "rank and file" employees such as bus operators, mechanics, and supervisors, have civil service protection like other NYCTA employees. MaBSTOA also has a separate pension plan from other NYCTA and MTA employees.

RoutesEdit

The following Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority routes run limited stop service:
* Indicates that service is provided daily.

The Bronx:

  • Bx1
  • Bx2
  • Bx12
  • Bx41
  • Bx55*

Manhattan:

  • M1
  • M2*
  • M4
  • M5
  • M98
  • M101*

FacilitiesEdit

Currently operated Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority Bus depots:

Bronx divisionEdit

Manhattan divisionEdit

External linksEdit


MTA Regional Bus
Other Information Bus models used in New York City Transit and MTA BusMetroCardMass transit in New York CityOfficial MTA New York City Transit page
Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Bus: Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority | MTA Long Island Bus | MTA Bus Company | MTA New York City Transit buses

Heavy rail: NYC Transit Authority subways | Staten Island Railway

Commuter rail: Long Island Rail Road | Metro-North Railroad

Roads: MTA Bridges and Tunnels

Other information: MetroCard | New York City Transit Authority | NYC Subway fleet | NYC Subway History | NYC Transit and MTA Bus fleet

Official website: www.mta.info

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