List Of Bus Routes In The Bronx
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority operates a number of bus routes in the Bronx, New York, United States. Many of them are the direct descendants of streetcar lines (see list of streetcar lines in the Bronx). All local buses are operated by the Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority, a subsidiary of New York City Transit Authority, except for the Bx23, operated by the MTA Bus Company.
Seven Metro-North Railroad feeder routes are run by the brand name of Hudson Rail Link, operated by Atlantic Express under contract. All of these routes are listed below.
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... Route Terminals Major streets History Bx6 Westchester Square subway station Throgs Neck Harding Avenue Tremont Avenue, Harding Avenue Was later merged into the Bx40 ... Replaced Pelham Bay Park Line streetcars on August 17, 1940 formerly Bx22 Country Club bus began in 1933 formerly Bx22 Metropolitan Avenue service was originally ... Country Club section of route merged into rerouted Bx8 in 2010, but became a new separate route, the Bx24, in January 2011 ...
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