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Confusing Truck Route Signage
Confusing Truck Route Signage
West 179 St - Ft Washington Ave - Broadway - Manhattan

As you consider plans for the Busway, which is a fantastic idea and much needed, you must look at trucking traffic, especially wide loads, that use surface streets to bypass the cross-Manhattan expressway. I would propose that as part of this process you do what it takes to absolutely forbid any truck traffic except for local deliveries. One of the major sources of traffic in the neighborhood are these large trucks blocking intersections, especially at the on-ramp to the GWB at 179th Street and Ft Washington. If you clear 181st street of cars there is a risk that these trucks will simply start using those lanes. I have many pictures and documentation of this if you would like me to send it to you. Please reach out at hkdunston@gmail.com.

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Bus Stuck in Traffic
Bus Stuck in Traffic
Washington Bridge - Cross Bronx Expwy Nb Et 1 B - Amsterdam Ave

Washington Bridge needs bus lanes throughout in both directions.

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Crowded Bus Stop
Crowded Bus Stop
West 181 St - Amsterdam Ave - Audubon Ave

This corner is very crowded. busses dont pull up all the wya to the curb

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Bus Stuck in Traffic
Bus Stuck in Traffic
West 181 St - Audubon Ave - St Nicholas Ave

This busway is long overdue. The corridor is heavily used by bus riders during all hours of the day, and the hours of the lanes should ideally be 24/7, but should at least be from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. to serve people with unconventional work hours.

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