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Select Bus Service on the M60

Select Bus Service comes to the M60 in Manhattan

On Sunday, May 25, 2014, the M60 becomes the M60 SBS. The M60 SBS will run from Broadway and W 106 St, Manhattan to LaGuardia Airport Terminals.



M60 Hours of Operations and Bus Stops

Services operates 24 hours/7 days a week

 
AM
Midday
PM
Evening
Overnight
Weekdays
7.5
10
7.5
10
30
Saturday
10
8
9
10
30
Sunday
12
8
9
10
30


M60 SBS Stops

EASTBOUND

  • Broadway & W 106 StBroadway & W 116 St
  • Broadway & W 120 St
  • Amsterdam Ave & W 120 St
  • Amsterdam Ave & W 125 St
  • W 125 St & St Nicholas Ave A line iconB line iconC line iconD line icon
  • W 125 St & Lenox Ave 23
  • E 125 St & Madison Ave (Metro-North)
  • E 125 St & Lexington Ave 4 line icon5 line icon6 line icon
  • E 125 St & 2 Ave
  • Hoyt Ave S & 31 St N line iconQ line icon
  • Astoria Blvd S & Steinway St
  • Astoria Blvd S & 77 St
  • 23 Ave & 82 St
  • 23 Ave & 87 St
  • 94 St & 23 Ave
  • LaGuardia Parking Lot 1 (short walk to Terminal B)
  • LaGuardia Terminal D
  • LaGuardia Terminal C
  • LaGuardia Central Terminal (Terminal B)
  • LaGuardia Marine Air Terminal (Terminal A)*


WESTBOUND

  • LaGuardia Terminal DLaGuardia Terminal C
  • LaGuardia Central Terminal (Terminal B)
  • LaGuardia Marine Air Terminal (Terminal A)*
  • Ditmars Blvd/82 St & Grand Central Pkwy*
  • Astoria Blvd N & 77 St
  • Astoria Blvd N & Steinway St
  • Hoyt Ave N & 31 St N line iconQ line icon
  • E 125 St & 2 Ave
  • E 125 St & Lexington Ave 4 line icon5 line icon6 line icon
  • E 125 St & Madison Ave (Metro-North)
  • W 125 St & Lenox Ave 2 line icon3 line icon
  • W 125 St & Frederick Douglass Blvd A line iconB line iconC line iconD line icon
  • Amsterdam Ave & W 125 St
  • Amsterdam Ave & W 120 St
  • Broadway & W 120 St
  • Broadway & W 116 St 1 line icon
  • W 106 St & Broadway

*No service between 12 AM and 6 AM.



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About M60 Select Bus Service, and how it changes and improves your ride

Select Bus Service is the brand name for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in New York City. BRT is a general term for any high-performance surface transportation system that incorporates features of rail transit combined with the flexibility and cost advantages of bus transit. 

Select Bus Service on the M60 introduces innovative changes to the way buses operate:

  • You pay BEFORE boarding
  • You can board the bus using any door
  • Dedicated bus lanes along 125 St speed service between stops
  • Fewer bus stops means quicker trips
  • Increased enforcement against traffic offenders allows buses to keep moving.
  • All these elements will make your trip up to 15% to 20% faster.
Bus stop signs and shelters clearly mark Select Bus Service stops.


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Two ways to Pay your Fare Before you Board

You pay your fare at the stop at either the MetroCard Fare Collector or Coin Fare Collector machine BEFORE boarding.

Keep your receipt for the duration of your trip.  Fare inspectors randomly check for them.  Anyone who cannot produce a valid receipt could be subject to a substantial fine.

You don’t give or show your receipt to the bus operator UNLESS you paid with coins and need a transfer. Please board at the front of the bus if you need a transfer.


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MetroCard Fare Collector

MetroCard Fare Collector

Pay here with:
MetroCard (Value or Time), Reduced-Fare MetroCard, transfers, single-ride tickets, and Student MetroCard (but NOT Half-Fare Student MetroCard).
1. Press the start button.
2. Insert your MetroCard, transfer or ticket face up into the slot.
3. Your receipt will be issued automatically.

Paying for more than one person:  Only a value-based MetroCard can be used to pay the fare for more than one person. Insert the MetroCard into the machine up to four times for a maximum of four people, and SBS paper tickets will be issued for each person.

Transferring to the M15 SBS:  You must obtain a new ticket before you board. At the M15 SBS bus stop, insert the same MetroCard you used to pay for your previous trip and a new ticket will be issued.  Multiple tickets will be issued if a value-based MetroCard was used to pay for more than one person.

 

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MetroCard Fare Collector

Coin Fare Collector

Pay here with coins, exact change ONLY (No dollar bills, pennies, or half-dollars accepted).
Full-Fare Customers:
1. Press black button to start.
2. Insert exactly $2.50 in coins; if you overpay, no change will be returned.
3. Your receipt will be issued automatically.

Reduced-Fare Customers and Half-Fare Student MetroCard users:
1. Press yellow button first
2. Insert exactly $1.25 in coins; if you overpay, no change will be returned.
3. Your receipt will be issued automatically.

Transfers: Use your transfer for other local and limited routes, but to transfer to the M15 SBS, insert your M60 SBS transfer into the MetroCard Fare Collector at the M15 SBS bus stop where you plan to board; a ticket will be issued automatically.


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