Queens Bus Network Redesign

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One hundred and seven local, limited, SBS, and express routes move over 714,000 weekday riders in Queens. Many of those routes follow travel patterns that no longer reflect the needs of riders. As congestion has worsened, buses have slowed, making service more unreliable.

Major commercial, residential, and institutional developments have changed the dynamics of the borough, affecting where residents go and how they get around. By redesigning the bus network, we can deliver more frequent, reliable service that satisfies the needs of the borough.

Read our official press release announcing the launch of the project.

Learn more about everything that goes into redesigning a bus network.

How to Get Involved

Take the Survey

Public input is crucial to the development of this new network. We want to hear from you.

Take the survey - click to begin

You can also use this link to leave a comment with your thoughts, questions or concerns.

Meet the Experts

Missed our Open House events? No worries - we're coming to you.

Come speak with the experts at one of our pop-up locations now through July 24, 2019.

Date Day of the Week Location Time

7/15/2019

Monday

21st St – Queensbridge Houses

6:30-9:30 AM

7/16/2019 Tuesday 71st Av & Queens Bl 6:30-9:30 AM
7/16/2019 Tuesday  Main St-Flushing 3:30-6:30 PM
7/17/2019 Wednesday Beach Channel Dr & B. 54th St 6:30-9:30 AM
7/22/2019 Monday Parsons Av & 88th Av 4-7 PM
7/23/2019 Tuesday Union & Parsons 6:30-9:30 AM
7/23/2019 Tuesday 39th Av- Flushing 4:30-7:30 PM
7/24/2019 Wednesday Cross Bay Blvd & Liberty Av 7-10 AM\

Project Status

We are currently in the Project Kickoff stage. We've presented to Community Boards and elected officials throughout the borough, and held a series of Open House events to share information about the Queens Bus Network Redesign with you and your fellow bus riders.

A graphic timeline that shows the Queens Bus Network Redesign started in April 2019 is projected to finish in May 2020.