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New Website Lets You See Just How Awful Your Bus Line Is

Frustrated bus riders who feel like their commutes are becoming more miserable by the day can now see how their bus route stacks up against other routes in the city, thanks to a new interactive website launched today by Bus Turnaround, a coalition of transit activists who are urging the MTA and NYC Department of Transportation to improve the city's ailing bus system. [ more › ]
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