Thank you for the great site. Augustine with the boys school across from the girls school. City Island was privately owned, first by the Pell family and then by the Palmer family, from until it became a part of the town of Pelham, in Westchester County, in Rush-hour Limited-Stop service began on September 8, Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your fun collection!
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Service was initially rerouted from Crosby Avenue to Stadium Avenue via Country Club in June due to budget-related reductions, partially replacing former Bx14 service. Some northbound AM trips start service at Westchester Square. Some weekday trips short turn at Westchester Square. Late night service originally ran between Riverdale and Fordham Plaza until September , when late night service started running the entire route. Via Marble Hill, Manhattan.
New route introduced in January Began February 27, Service was extended to its current terminus in June Fordham Road , Pelham Parkway. Replaced th Street Crosstown Line streetcars on January 24, Original western terminus was at Sedgwick Avenue.
Original eastern terminus was at City Island. Service remained after the Bx29 was introduced in as its eventual replacement, and all Bx12 service to City Island was discontinued in September A temporary split branched service to Co-op City-Bartow Avenue was introduced in , running all times except nights. Full-time service was later shifted over to Co-op City in September , and service was later extended to serve inside Bay Plaza in September Service also had a branch to the Bartow-Pell Mansion at Shore Road, but was discontinued in due to low ridership.
On summer weekends, some local buses are extended to Inwood. Orchard Beach summers only. Former Limited-Stop service was introduced in the mids as a weekday rush hour-only service. Service was eventually extended to run weekdays only in September West st Street, Ogden Avenue, then: Toward East th Street: Former Bx49 service was rerouted away from Morrisania, and started serving Washington Heights with former Bx37 service via one-way directions at Woodycrest Avenue and Anderson Avenue in Former Bx49 split branched service became part of the Bx13 in February All rush hour-only service was eventually discontinued in Originally had late night service until September Service to Melrose operates during AM rush hours only.
Melrose East rd Street-Third Avenue part-time. Southbound service originally ran via Washington Avenue between July and February Local service is extended to West th Street and 12th Avenue during late nights and weekends when the Bx15 Limited isn't running.
Harlem West th Streetth Avenue. Portions of former Bx14 and Bx19 services were merged to create a new split branched service to Pelham Manor in February Originally served either Mundy Lane and Pelham Manor all times except nights until March , when weekday only service started alternating to either terminals until 7pm. Mundy Lane service merged with Pelham Manor split branched service in , running weekday evenings and weekends only.
This service change also applied for all weekday service in September Ann's Avenue-East th Street. Ann's Avenue Line streetcars on July 10, ; formerly Bx3. Originally ran via East th Street and Third Avenue in both directions. Service was rerouted to run at Fordham Road in July Original south-eastern terminus was at Jackson Avenue-East st Street.
Service was rerouted to replace former Bx30 and Bx31 services in February , and Jackson Avenue service was discontinued. Service was rerouted again via St. Ann's Avenue in September , partially replacing former Bx32 service, and Port Morris service was discontinued. Morris Heights Undercliff Avenue. Began service on June 22, Original eastern terminus was at Claremont Parkway-Webster Avenue. Service was cut back to its current terminus in July Original western terminus was at Andrews Avenue-West th Street.
Original northern terminus was at Fordham Road. Service was extended to its current terminus in July Portions of former Bx30 and Bx31 services were merged to create the Bx19 in February New route introduced in March M service originally served Spuyten Duyvil all times except nights and Riverdale late evenings and weekends only. Bronx portion of the M was split into a separate Bx20 service in March , but service was not extended to Riverdale-West nd Street.
Sunday service was discontinued in September , and off-peak and Saturday service were discontinued in June Service was extended to its current terminus in February Originally ran with the Bx31 via Eastchester Road.
Began in ; formerly the Bx Service was extended to serve Fordham Road all times except nights and Bedford Park weekdays only in February This branch, originally running all times except evenings and late nights, was discontinued in and later replaced by extended and rerouted Bx39 service in September Alternate weekday trips serve each northern terminal.
Evening and weekend service ends at Fordham Road-Valentine Avenue. Overnight service ends at Pelham Parkway-Boston Road. Fordham Fordham Road-Valentine Avenue.
Original north-eastern terminus was at Westervelt Avenue. Service was extended to its current terminus in July , in addition to having a former split branched service to Fordham Center. Split branched service to Bedford Park originally ran all times except nights until December , when it started running weekday rush hours, early weekend mornings and late evenings only.
Split branched service to Fordham Center originally ran all times except nights until September 10, , when alternating Bx28 service to Fordham Center originally running weekdays and Saturdays only replaced it. Operates in Co-op City via Operates via Sections on PM rush hours when school is in session. On August 15, , the Bx27 was partially extended to serve the Soundview Ferry Terminal all times except nights. This extended service runs every 15—30 minutes. Began September 18, ; formerly the Bx Original north-eastern terminus was at Gunther Avenue-Bartow Avenue.
Service was extended to its current terminus in July , and the original terminus at Moshulu Parkway was retained, with all buses ending there on Sundays until September 10, Service was split into a separate Bx6 service current Bx30 in July Service to Fordham Center originally ran weekdays and Saturdays only until September Bx26 service to Fordham Center was discontinued as full-time service was shifted over to Bedford Park, and Bx28 service to Fordham Center started running daily.
Service originally ran all of Co-op City from July to June , when section service was split off into Bx38 due to budget-related service reductions. However, service to Asch Loop was added in June Operates in Co-op City via Sections except late nights.
One weekday trip starts at Bay Plaza Shopping Center. Overnight service operates between Norwood and Co-op City all sections only when the Bx26 and Bx38 do not run. Services all Co-op City sections via during PM rush hours on school days only. New route introduced in Formerly the City Island branch of the Bx12, service in the neighborhood has not run late nights since its introduction. Original northern terminus was at Co-op City-Bartow Avenue.
Co-op City Earhart Lane. Originally known as the Bx15A, and formerly part of old Bx15 service, it was split into a separate Bx6 route in July Service was further extended to serve Co-op City with the Bx26 and Bx Original Co-op City terminus was at Bellamy Loop.
Service was rerouted southward to Earhart Lane in Service to Asch Loop was originally eliminated in June , and was later restored in January Began November 1, ; formerly Bx9. Service to Reservoir Avenue-West th Street was expanded to run all times except nights in February Northbound service towards th Street ran at Valentine Avenue.
Weekend service was originally discontinued in June , and was later restored January Service was rerouted to its current terminus in September Soundview Olmstead Avenue-Randall Avenue. Replaced th Street Crosstown Line streetcars on October 25, Original south-eastern terminus was at Bruckner Boulevard-Zerega Avenue via Cross Bronx Expressway, running all times except nights until February Soundview-bound and Bruckner Boulevard-bound services started running at East th Street in both directions via Boston Road.
Rush-hour Limited-Stop service began on September 8, Introduced in June as a variant of the Bx28, running to the northern portions of Co-op City. Some weekday and Sunday service extended to Fordham. Replaced Williamsbridge Line streetcars on August 21, ; formerly the Bx Service was discontinued in September due to budget-related reductions. Morris Heights River Park Towers.
Burnside Avenue, East Tremont Avenue, then: Replaced Tremont Avenue Line streetcars on August 21, Original south-eastern terminus was at Bruckner Boulevard-Balcom Avenue. Original western terminus was at Burnside Avenue-Sedgwick Avenue. Bx40 originally had four south-eastern destinations until September Service was later extended to run towards Emerson Avenue in November Bx40 buses ran via Lawton Avenue in both directions until June 30, , when it started running via Harding Avenue.
Throgs Neck Harding Avenue. Originally didn't have late night service until it was first instituted in November Bx41 local buses traverse the entire SBS route during this time, making all stops. Co-op City section note: Spuyten Duyvil and Riverdale. Logan Bus Company . Same route, new number. Originally served either terminal. Original Bx40 service was rerouted away from Bruckner Boulevard-Balcom Avenue, and former Bx6 service became part of the rerouted Bx40 service, running all times.
Original Bx40 service was rerouted away from Bruckner Boulevard-Balcom Avenue, and former Bx6A service became part of the rerouted Bx40 service, running all times except nights. Original Bx40 service was rerouted away from Bruckner Boulevard-Balcom Avenue, and former Bx6B service became part of the rerouted Bx40 service, running all times except nights. Former Bx6C service became part of the weekday rush hour-only Bx40 service. Riverdale Riverdale Avenue-West nd Street.
Service was later extended to run towards Fieldston Road-West th Street in November , also becoming part of former Bx10 service, running weekday rush-hours only. Edenwald Laconia Avenue-East th Street. Bx8 service was extended to Williamsbridge and former terminus at Burke Avenue was discontinued. Baychester Boston Road-Eastchester Road. Same route, new number, except that service was partially cut back to Corsa Avenue. Fordham Southern Boulevard-East th Street. Service merged with the Bx12, and Southern Boulevard terminus was discontinued.
Fordham Fordham Plaza at Fordham railroad station. Portion of route south of Prospect Ave-East th Street via Jackson Avenue was discontinued, and full-time service started running past East th Street. Baychester Boston Road-Corsa Avenue. One of two services merged with former Bx7 service to create a newly expanded and rerouted Bx30 service see below. One of two services merged with former Bx6 service to create a newly expanded and rerouted Bx30 service see above.
Boston Road segment between Dyre Avenue and Ropes Avenue was replaced by a newly created, split branched Bx16 service. Remainder of the route south of East Gun Hill Road was discontinued. Riverdale Riverdale Avenue-West rd Street. Service was renumbered to avoid confusion with a newly created Bx10 service introduced on this date.
Weekday rush-hour only split branched service to Fieldston Road-Wet th Street was eliminated. First Class, Sleeper, Business and Coach. Ticket fares are divided into five subclasses: Saver, Value, Flexible, Business and Premium.
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