NYMTC Brown Bag Discussion:
Regional Trends Series
Bee-Line Bus Corridor Study:
Bronx to Getty Square
Join us for NYMTC's Regional Trends Series on June 13 at 12pm! Ilana Wagner, Associate Transportation Planner at Westchester County Department of Public Works & Transportation will be discussing the Bee-Line Bus Corridor Study : Bronx to Getty Square!
Bee-Line Bus Operations Study: 242nd Street to Getty Square The 242nd Street/Getty Square corridor is one of the busiest transit corridors in Westchester County. It is served by the Bee-Line Routes 1, 2 and 3, with nearly 300 trips that transport approximately 17,000 passengers each weekday. This study closely examined existing conditions, including service characteristics, ridership trends and other performance indicators such as stop activity, load capacities and schedule adherence data. The data analysis, along with field observations and public feedback, directly led to the identification of short, medium and long-term improvements that aim to improve the passenger experience.
RSVP to Daniel.Etkin@dot.ny.gov
NYMTC’s Regional Trends Series provides the public with access
to key industry leaders and offers information about trends and
developments that are shaping the future of the transportation system.
*ALSO AVAILABLE AS A WEBINAR*
1-844-633-8697 US Toll Free
Meeting ID: 645 470 920
*Webinar participants do not need to RSVP*
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and federal Limited English Proficency guidelines. If you need special accommodations to participate in this meeting, or translation services into Spanish, Russian, Chinese or American Sign Language, please contact Andrea.Miles-Cole@dot.ny.gov no later than 72 hours prior to the meeting.