Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Report: The SBS15 has the worst on-time arrival in the MTA fleet

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Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office released details back on Friday on the city's slowest and most chronically late bus routes.

A familiar route is atop one of the lists. As the Post reported, the analysis tagged the SBS15, which goes between East Harlem and South Ferry via First or Second Avenue, with the worst on-time performance: 34 percent.

You can read Stringer's full report here.


Anonymous said...

Yep. I take the local M15 because the SBS15 isn't worth the hassle. At times, it even takes longer to get to where I need to go than the local, which has more stops. There doesn't seem to be any management of the schedules and the drivers just don't care.

Anonymous said...

Maybe one day in the future, the MTA will come to realize that timeliness is something that uh, matters to riders. Their drivers certainly are not aware.

Anonymous said...

The SBS is a bad joke on commuters, and bus service on 2nd Ave. is an abomination (it was an abomination before SBS service, and it continues to be an abomination).

If Cuomo HAD to ride a bus, you know the bus service would improve...