Local and Limited-stop Service
Local and limited-stop buses provide service within a borough, or in some cases across two. While local buses make all stops along a route, limited-stop buses only make stops at busy transfer points, points of interest, and heavily used roadways. Limited stop service was first attempted with the M4 bus during rush hours in 1973, then expanded to other routes from there. The usual setup is that limited stop service runs the full route, while local services run only in the limited stop area, and the limited stop buses run local at the tail ends of the route not served by locals, similar to the operation of some subway services and the Staten Island Railway.
- Bronx: Bx1, Bx36 Bx41 and Bx55
- Brooklyn: B6, B35, B38, B41, B44, B46, B49, B82, and B103
- Manhattan: M1, M2, M4, M5, M98 and M101
- Queens: Q4, Q5, Q6, Q10, Q17, Q25, Q27, Q36, Q43, Q44, Q46, Q50, Q52, Q53, Q58, Q65, Q83, Q85, Q100 and Q113
- Staten Island: S81, S84, S86, S89, S90, S91, S92, S93, S94, S96 and S98
Limited-Stop buses flash LIMITED on the destination sign and a few have a Limited sign in the windshield.
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