It consists of 2 routes in Brooklyn, 5 routes in Manhattan, 2 routes in the Bronx, 2 routes in Queens, and 1 route in Staten Island. The first ever +SelectBus route to ever grace NYC is the Bx12, which operates between Bay Plaza and Inwood, Manhattan, via Pelham Parkway & Forham Road. Two years later, the M15, which operates between East Harlem and South Ferry, via 1st & 2nd Avenues, Crosstown routes got a treat of +SBS action, too. The M34/A which travels east-to-west along 34th Street in Manhattan. The S79, travels between Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and Staten Island Mall, via Hylan Boulevard and Richmond Avenue. The Bx41, which operates between Williamsbridge and The Hub, via Webster Avenue. This route is in parallel with the 2/5 Lines in the Bronx. The B44, which operates between Williamsburg and Sheepshead Bay. The M60, which operates between LaGuardia Airport, Queens and Upper West Side, via 125 St & Astoria Blvd. The M86, travels between Yorkville and West End Avenue, via 86 Street Crosstown. The Q44, via Main Street & Cross Bronx Expressway travels between West Farms Square-Bronx Zoo and Jamaica, Queens. The B46, via Utica Avenue/Malcolm X Boulevard, operates between Bedford Stuyvesant and Kings Plaza Shopping Mall. The Q70, Queens +SelectBus route only that travel around LaGuardia Airport and the transit hubs of Jackson Heights/Woodside, via Brooklyn/Queens Expressway. Lastly, the M23, which travel between Peter Cooper Village and Chelsea Piers, via 23rd Street Crosstown. For more Transportation Hub, please subscribe today.
The Bus Rapid Transit Family is growing and shows no sign of slowing down. In 2017, the next routes to join the +SBS family are the M79, Bx6, and (possibly) Q52/Q53.
Which route(s) do you use? Which one is your favorite? Please comment below/