Bus riders from around the city will rally on Sunday at a bus stop across from City Hall to urge the Mayor, the Borough Presidents and members of the City Council to expand a successful “bus countdown clock” program that has worked on Staten Island. New technology allows for real-time clocks at bus stops that tell riders how far away their bus really is.
The riders will ask city government officials to expand the program in the city budget and bring countdown clocks to heavily-used bus stops throughout the five boroughs.
Sunday, February 23rd at noon, at the bus stop at Park Row and Spruce Street, across from NYC City Hall.
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