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List of bus routes in Queens

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#200 on the Q25 Limited heading south toward Jamaica.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) operates a number of bus routes in Queens, New York, United States, under two different public brands. Some of them are the direct descendants of streetcar lines (see list of streetcar lines in Queens).

List of routesEdit

This table gives details for the routes prefixed with "Q"—in other words, those considered to run primarily in Queens by the MTA. For details on routes with other prefixes, see the following articles:

Each route is marked with the operator. Routes marked with an asterisk (*) run 24 hours a day. The full route is shown except for branching. Connections to New York City Subway stations at the bus routes' terminals are also listed where applicable.

Q1 to Q24Edit

Route Operator Terminals Streets Traveled Notes
[1] NYCT Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 4 and 5
Bellerose
243rd Street and Braddock Avenue
Hillside Avenue, then:
  • Overnight service operates to Bellerose, then to Queens Village via Jamaica Avenue.
Queens Village
Jamaica Avenue and Springfield Boulevard
at Queens Village LIRR station
[2] NYCT Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 7
Queens Village
225th Street and Hempstead Avenue
Hillside Avenue, Hollis Avenue
[3]
NYCT Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 1
JFK International Airport
Terminal 5
Hillside Avenue, Farmers Boulevard
[4] NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)
Cambria Heights
235th Street and Linden Boulevard
Merrick Boulevard, Linden Boulevard
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)

AM
----

PM
Cambria Heights
235th Street and Linden Boulevard
(See Q4 local routing above)
  • Weekday mornings in both directions and weekday afternoons towards Cambria Heights only (during summer weekdays: mornings toward Jamaica and afternoons toward Cambria Heights).
[5] NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)
Rosedale
Conduit Avenue and Francis Lewis Boulevard
at Rosedale LIRR station
All trips: Merrick Boulevard, Hook Creek Boulevard
Green Acres trips: Sunrise Highway
  • When limited-stop service is running, peak direction local buses begin/terminate at either 233rd Street in Laurelton or Green Acres.
  • No overnight service to Green Acres.
  • No weekend service to the Rosedale station except during late nights.
  • Service from Rosedale station returns to Merrick Boulevard via Brookville Boulevard.
Valley Stream, Nassau County
Green Acres Shopping Mall
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)

AM
----

PM
Rosedale
243rd Street and Francis Lewis Boulevard
at Rosedale LIRR station
(See Q5 local routing above)
  • Weekday morning towards Jamaica and weekday afternoons towards Rosedale only.
[6]
MTA Bus Local Service
Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 14, 15, 16
JFK International Airport
North Cargo Road and Eastern Road, and USPS Airport Mail Facility
Jamaica Avenue, Sutphin Boulevard,
Rockaway Boulevard, North Boundary Road
  • Does not serve JFK passenger terminals.
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal

AM
----

PM
JFK International Airport
North Cargo Road and Eastern Road, and USPS Airport Mail Facility
(See Q6 local routing above)
  • Weekday mornings toward Jamaica and weekday afternoons toward JFK Airport only.
[7]
MTA Bus City Line, Brooklyn
Euclid Avenue and Pitkin Avenue
at Euclid Avenue ( A  C  trains)
JFK International Airport
148th Street and South Cargo Road
Pitkin Avenue, Rockaway Boulevard, 150th Street
  • Does not serve JFK passenger terminals.
[8] MTA Bus Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 17 and 18
Spring Creek, Brooklyn
Gateway Center Mall
Jamaica Avenue, 101st Avenue, Fountain Avenue
  • Alternate rush hour buses terminate/start at Euclid Avenue and Pitkin Avenue ( A  C  trains)
[9] MTA Bus Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 19 and 20
South Ozone Park
Rockaway Boulevard and Lincoln Street
Jamaica Avenue, Sutphin Boulevard,
Liberty Avenue, 135th Street (Northbound),
Van Wyck Expressway Service Road
(Southbound), Lincoln Street.
[10] MTA Bus Local Service
Kew Gardens
80th Road and Kew Gardens Road
at Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike ( E  F   <F>  trains)
JFK International Airport
Terminal 5
Lefferts Boulevard, Rockaway Boulevard, 130th Street, Van Wyck Expressway Service Road
  • Some daytime trips operate only between Kew Gardens and South Ozone Park, and do not enter the airport.
Limited-Stop Service
Kew Gardens
80th Road and Kew Gardens Road
at Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike ( E  F   <F>  trains)
JFK International Airport
Terminal 5
Lefferts Boulevard, Pan Am Road, Van Wyck Expressway Service Road
[11] MTA Bus Elmhurst
Queens Boulevard and Woodhaven Boulevard
at Woodhaven Boulevard ( E  M  R  trains) and Queens Center Mall
Howard Beach
165th Avenue and 99th Street
at Charles Park
Woodhaven Boulevard, Cross Bay Boulevard, then:
  • Toward Howard Beach: 160th Avenue, 99th Street
  • Toward Hamilton Beach: 104th Street.
  • Weekday rush hours, some southbound service terminates at Pitkin Avenue and Cross Bay Boulevard in Ozone Park.
  • Overnights, the southern terminal is at Pitkin Avenue and Cross Bay Boulevard.
Hamilton Beach
165th Avenue and 104th Street
[12] NYCT Flushing
Roosevelt Avenue and Main Street
at Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Little Neck
Glenwood Street and Northern Boulevard
Sanford Avenue, Northern Boulevard
[13] NYCT Flushing
39th Avenue and Union Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Fort Totten
Fort Road and Cross Island Parkway
Northern Boulevard, Bell Boulevard
  • No overnight service.
[14] NYCT Flushing
Roosevelt Avenue and Lippmann Arcade
at Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Beechhurst
166th Street and Powells Cove Boulevard
41st Avenue, 150th Street, then:
  • Regular trips: 154th Street
  • 'A' trips: Clintonville Street
  • All trips: Powells Cove Boulevard
  • No overnight service.
[14] NYCT
[15] NYCT Flushing
39th Avenue and Union Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Fort Totten
Fort Road and Cross Island Parkway
Bayside Avenue, then:
  • Trips alternate between each branch.
[16] NYCT Local Service
Flushing
39th Avenue and 138th Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Merrick Boulevard
Kissena Boulevard, Horace Harding Expressway, 188th Street, Hillside Avenue
  • Weekdays, some southbound service terminates at 188th Street and Horace Harding Expressway in Fresh Meadows.
Limited-Stop Service
Flushing
39th Avenue and 138th Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Merrick Boulevard
(See Q17 local routing above)
  • Weekday rush hour bi-directional limited-stop service.[17]
[18] MTA Bus Astoria
2nd Street and Astoria Boulevard
Maspeth
69th Street and Grand Avenue
30th Avenue, 58th Street, Woodside Avenue, 65th Place, 69th Street
  • No overnight service.
[19] MTA Bus Astoria
2nd Street and Astoria Boulevard
Flushing
Main Street and 39th Avenue
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Astoria Boulevard, Northern Boulevard
  • No evening and overnight service.
[20] NYCT Jamaica
Merrick Boulevard and Archer Avenue
College Point
College Point Boulevard and 15th Avenue
  • All trips: Archer Avenue, Main Street, Union Street
  • Q20A: 20th Avenue
  • Q20B: 14th Avenue
  • Q20B operates weekdays only.
[20] NYCT
[11] MTA Bus Elmhurst
Queens Boulevard and Woodhaven Boulevard
at Woodhaven Boulevard ( E  M  R  trains) and Queens Center Mall
Howard Beach
164th Avenue and 92nd Street
Woodhaven Boulevard, 155th Avenue, 157th Avenue, Cross Bay Boulevard
  • Operates via Lindenwood between Howard Beach and Ozone Park via 157th Avenue.[21]
[22] MTA Bus Far Rockaway
Mott Avenue and Beach 20th Street
at Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue ( A  train)
Roxbury
Beach 169th Street and Rockaway Point Boulevard
Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Beach Boulevard
[23] MTA Bus East Elmhurst
102nd Street and Ditmars Boulevard
Glendale
Union Turnpike and Trotting Course Lane (Crescent Apartments)
Ditmars Boulevard, 108th Street, 69th Avenue
[24] NYCT Jamaica
168th Street and Archer Avenue
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
Patchen Avenue and Broadway
at Kosciuszko Street ( J  train)
Jamaica/Archer Avenues, Atlantic Avenue, Broadway (Brooklyn)
  • Some Saturday daytime service terminates at Broadway Junction ( A  C  J  L  Z  trains)

Q25 to Q49Edit

Route Operator Terminals Streets Traveled Notes
[25] MTA
Bus
Local Service
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and 94th Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
College Point
Poppenhusen Avenue and 119th Street
Parsons Boulevard, Kissena Boulevard, 127th Street
  • Weekdays, Q34 also provides service between Flushing and Jamaica.
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and 94th Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
College Point
Poppenhusen Avenue and 119th Street
(See Q25 local routing above)
  • Rush hours only.
  • Limited-stop service from Jamaica to Flushing-Main Street.
  • Proposed for conversion into Select Bus Service route.[26]
[27] NYCT Flushing
Roosevelt Avenue and Lippmann Arcade
at Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Auburndale
Francis Lewis Boulevard and Hollis Court Boulevard
Parsons Boulevard, 46th Avenue, Hollis Court Boulevard
  • Weekday rush hour service only.
[28] NYCT Local Service
Flushing
39th Avenue and 138th Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Cambria Heights
Francis Lewis Boulevard and 120th Avenue
Kissena Boulevard, 46th Avenue, 48th Avenue, Springfield Boulevard
  • Alternate trips short-turn in Queens Village.
Limited-Stop Service
Flushing
Main Street and 39th Avenue
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)

AM
----

PM
Cambria Heights
Francis Lewis Boulevard and 120th Avenue
(See Q27 local routing above)
  • AM rush limited-stop service operates along the entire route.
  • PM rush limited-stop service begins in Flushing, running limited to Horace Harding Expressway, and local thereafter.
  • All trips serve Queensborough Community College.
[29] NYCT Flushing
39th Avenue and Union Street
at Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Bay Terrace
Shopping Center
Northern Boulevard, Crocheron Avenue, 32nd Avenue, Corporal Kennedy Street
[30] MTA
Bus
Glendale
81st Street and Myrtle Avenue
Jackson Heights
82nd Street and Roosevelt Avenue
at 82nd Street–Jackson Heights ( 7  train)
80th Street, Dry Harbor Road, 90th/92nd Streets
[31] NYCT Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
Little Neck
Little Neck Parkway and Nassau Boulevard
All trips: Homelawn Street, Utopia Parkway, Horace Harding Expressway

Bayside trips: Springfield Boulevard

  • No overnight service.
  • No early morning, night, or weekend service to Queensborough Community College.[32][33]
Bayside
56th Avenue and 223rd Street
at Queensborough Community College and Benjamin N. Cardozo High School
[34] NYCT Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
Bayside
Francis Lewis Boulevard and 27th Avenue
Homelawn Street, Utopia Parkway, 48th Avenue, Bell Boulevard, 32nd Avenue
  • No overnight service.
[35] NYCT Penn Station, Midtown Manhattan
West 32nd Street and 7th Avenue
Jackson Heights
Northern Boulevard and 81st Street
Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Queens Boulevard, Roosevelt Avenue
[36] MTA
Bus
Jackson Heights
Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street
( 7  E  F   <F>  M  R  trains)
Bus terminal Lane 1
East Elmhurst
Ditmars Boulevard and 94th Street
82nd/83rd Streets, 23rd Avenue, 94th Street
[25] MTA
Bus
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and 94th Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
Whitestone
Willets Point Boulevard and 149th Street
Parsons Boulevard, Kissena Boulevard, Union Street
  • Weekday service only.
[37] MTA
Bus
Midwood, Brooklyn
Avenue H and Flatbush Avenue
at Flatbush Avenue ( 2  5  trains)
Rockaway Park
Beach 116th Street and Newport Avenue
at Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street station ( A  S  trains)
Flatbush Avenue, Newport Avenue
[38] NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 6
Floral Park
257th Street and Jericho Turnpike
All trips: Hillside Avenue, 212th Place/212th Street, Jamaica Avenue/Jericho Turnpike
Little Neck trips: Little Neck Parkway
  • Alternate daytime local buses serve each terminal.
  • No evening or overnight service to Little Neck.
  • Local buses do not operate in the peak direction when limited-stop buses are running.
Little Neck
40th Avenue and Little Neck Parkway
at Little Neck LIRR Station
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal

AM
----

PM
Floral Park
257th Street and Jericho Turnpike
(See Q36 local routing above)
  • Limited-stop along Hillside Avenue.[39]
  • Every other limited-stop trip extended to Little Neck.
  • Local buses do not operate in the peak direction when limited-stop buses are running.
Little Neck
40th Avenue and Little Neck Parkway
at Little Neck LIRR Station
[40] MTA
Bus
Kew Gardens
Union Turnpike and Kew Gardens Road
at Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike ( E  F   <F>  trains)
South Ozone Park
135th Road and 131st Street
Park Lane South, 111th Street, 135th Avenue
  • No overnight service
  • Buses that skip Aqueduct Racetrack are labeled Q37B.
[41] MTA
Bus
Rego Park
62nd Drive and 108th Street
(South end)
Corona
60th Avenue and Otis Avenue
(North end)
63rd Drive, Penelope Avenue, Metropolitan Avenue, Fresh Pond Road, Eliot Avenue
[42] MTA
Bus
Long Island City
28th Street and Queens Plaza South
at Queensboro Plaza ( 7   <7> ​​  N  W  trains) and Queens Plaza ( E  M  R  trains)
Glendale
Cooper Avenue and 60th Lane
48th Avenue, 58th Street, Forest Avenue
Q40
[43]
MTA
Bus
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and Hillside Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard ( F   <F> ​ trains)
South Jamaica
135th Avenue and 143rd Street
Sutphin Boulevard, Lakewood Avenue, 142nd Street
Q41
[44]
MTA
Bus
Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 22 and 23
Howard Beach
164th Avenue and 92nd Street
127th Street, 109th Avenue, 155th Avenue, 157th Avenue, Cross Bay Boulevard
Q42
[45]
NYCT Jamaica
Archer Avenue and 158th Street
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)
Addisleigh Park
Sayres Avenue and 180th Street
Liberty Avenue, 174th Street, Sayres Avenue
Q43*
[46]
NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
Floral Park
268th Street and Hillside Avenue
Sutphin Boulevard, Hillside Avenue (New York State Routes 25 and 25B)
  • Local buses do not operate in the peak direction when limited-stop buses are running.
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR/AirTrain Station
Floral Park
268th Street and Hillside Avenue
(see Q43 local routing above)
  • Peak direction limited-stop service
  • Limited-stop between 179th Street and Springfield Boulevard.
  • Local buses do not operate in the peak direction when limited-stop buses are running.
[47] NYCT Select Bus Service
Jamaica
Merrick Boulevard and Archer Avenue
West Farms, Bronx
East 180th Street and Boston Road
near Bronx Zoo and West Farms Square–East Tremont Avenue ( 2  5  trains)
Archer Avenue, Main Street, Union Street, Parsons Boulevard, East 177th Street (the Cross Bronx Expressway service road)
[48] NYCT Local Service
Kew Gardens
Queens Boulevard and 78th Avenue
at Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Lake Success, Nassau County
Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Union Turnpike
  • When limited-stop service operates, local service begins/ends at Springfield Boulevard. (AM rush eastbound local service terminates at 260th Street)
  • No stops within Long Island Jewish Hospital.[49]
Glen Oaks
260th Street and Little Neck Parkway
Limited-Stop Service
Kew Gardens
Queens Boulevard and 78th Avenue
at Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike ( E  F   <F>  trains)

AM
----

PM
Lake Success, Nassau County
Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Union Turnpike
  • Bidirectional AM limited-stop service, peak-direction PM limited-stop service.
  • Alternate peak-direction buses serve each terminal. (AM rush eastbound service terminates at Long Island Jewish Hospital)
Glen Oaks
260th Street and Little Neck Parkway
Q47
[50]
MTA
Bus
LaGuardia Airport
Marine Air Terminal
Glendale
The Shops at Atlas Park
82nd Street, 73rd/74th Streets, 69th Street, Calamus Avenue, 80th Street
Q48
[51]
NYCT Flushing
Roosevelt Avenue and Main Street
at Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
LaGuardia Airport
All terminals
Roosevelt Avenue, 108th Street, Ditmars Boulevard
Q49
[52]
MTA
Bus
Jackson Heights
Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street
( 7  E  F   <F>  M  R  trains)
Bus terminal Lane 2
East Elmhurst
Astoria Boulevard and 102nd Street
35th Avenue, 89th/90th Streets, Astoria Boulevard

Q50 to Q77Edit

Route Operator Terminals Streets traveled Notes
[53] MTA
Bus
Limited-Stop Service
Flushing
Main Street and 39th Avenue
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Co-op City, Bronx
Earhart Lane and Erskine Place
Whitestone Expressway,
Hutchinson River Parkway,
Bruckner Boulevard,
Co-op City Boulevard
  • Operates in Co-op City via Co-op City Boulevard.
    • Customers from Queens traveling to Sections 1 (Dreiser Loop) or 4 (Asch Loop) must transfer to a Bx23 bus at Pelham Bay Park.
  • Travels between Queens and the Bronx via the Bronx–Whitestone Bridge.
[54] MTA
Bus
Select Bus Service
Elmhurst
Queens Boulevard and Woodhaven Boulevard
at Woodhaven Boulevard ( E  M  R  trains) and Queens Center Mall
Arverne
Beach 54th Street and Beach Channel Drive
Woodhaven Boulevard,
Cross Bay Boulevard,
Rockaway Beach Boulevard
[54] MTA
Bus
Select Bus Service
Woodside
61st Street and Roosevelt Avenue
at 61st Street–Woodside subway ( 7   <7> ​ trains) and Woodside LIRR station
Rockaway Park
Beach 116th Street
at Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street station ( A  S  trains)
Broadway,
Woodhaven Boulevard,
Cross Bay Boulevard,
Rockaway Beach Boulevard
Q54*
[55]
NYCT Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
Lane 1
Jamaica
170th Street and Jamaica Avenue
Grand Street,
Metropolitan Avenue,
Jamaica Avenue
[56] NYCT Ridgewood
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
at Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues ( L  M  trains)
Richmond Hill
Jamaica Avenue and Myrtle Avenue
Myrtle Avenue
[57] NYCT East New York, Brooklyn
Broadway and Fulton Street
at Broadway Junction ( A  C  J  L  Z  trains)
Jamaica
170th Street and Jamaica Avenue
Jamaica Avenue
[58] NYCT Local Service
Ridgewood
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
at Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues ( L  M  trains)
Flushing
41st Road and Main Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
Fresh Pond Road,
Grand Avenue,
Corona Avenue,
College Point Boulevard
Limited-Stop Service
Ridgewood
Wyckoff Avenue and Palmetto Street
at Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues ( L  M  trains)
Flushing
41st Road and Main Street
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
(See Q58 local routing above)
  • Bidirectional limited-stop service weekday rush hours and weekends. No weekday midday limited-stop service.[59]
[60] NYCT Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
(Broadway and Roebling Street)
Rego Park
Junction Boulevard and Horace Harding Expressway
at 63rd Drive–Rego Park ( E  M  R  trains)
Grand Street,
Grand Avenue,
Queens Boulevard
[61] MTA
Bus
East Midtown, Manhattan
2nd Avenue and East 60th Street
South Jamaica
109th Avenue and 157th Street
Queens Boulevard,
Sutphin Boulevard
  • Travels between Manhattan and Queens via the Queensboro Bridge
  • Alternate daytime and early evening buses terminate/start at Sutphin Boulevard ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains, LIRR, AirTrain)
[62] MTA
Bus
Forest Hills
Queens Boulevard and 71st Avenue
at Forest Hills–71st Avenue ( E  F   <F>  M  R  trains)
Electchester
164th Street and Jewel Avenue
Jewel Avenue
[63] MTA
Bus
Local Service
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and 94th Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR / AirTrain Station
College Point
14th Avenue and 110th Street
164th Street, 45th Avenue,
College Point Boulevard
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Sutphin Boulevard and 94th Avenue
at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains) and Jamaica LIRR / AirTrain Station
College Point
14th Avenue and 110th Street
(See Q65 local routing above)
  • Rush hours only.
  • Limited-stop service from Jamaica to Flushing-Main Street.
Q66*
[64]
MTA
Bus
Long Island City
28th Street and Queens Plaza South
at Queensboro Plaza ( 7   <7> ​​  N  W  trains)
and Queens Plaza ( E  M  R  trains)
Flushing
Main Street and 39th Avenue
near Flushing–Main Street ( 7   <7> ​ trains)
21st Street, 35th Avenue,
Northern Boulevard
  • Alternate rush hour buses begin/end at 51 Street in Woodside.
Q67
[65]
MTA
Bus
Ridgewood
Metropolitan Avenue and Fresh Pond Road
21st Street, Borden Avenue,
55th Avenue, 69th Street
[66] MTA
Bus
Jackson Heights
82nd Street and Astoria Boulevard
21st Street, Ditmars Boulevard
[67] MTA
Bus
Select Bus Service
Woodside
61st Street and Roosevelt Avenue
at 61st Street–Woodside subway ( 7   <7> ​ trains) and Woodside LIRR station
LaGuardia Airport
Central Terminals
Roosevelt Avenue,
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway,
Grand Central Parkway
  • One intermediate stop at Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street ( 7  E  F   <F>  M  R  trains)[68][69]
[70] MTA
Bus
Rego Park
64th Road and Queens Boulevard
at 63rd Drive–Rego Park ( E  M  R  trains)
LaGuardia Airport
Central Terminals
Junction Boulevard, 94th Street
Q76
[71]
NYCT Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 3
College Point
20th Avenue and 131st Street
Hillside Avenue,
Francis Lewis Boulevard,
20th Avenue
  • No overnight service.
Q77
[72]
NYCT Jamaica
165th Street Bus Terminal
Bay 2
Springfield Gardens
Springfield Boulevard and 145th Road
Hillside Avenue,
Francis Lewis Boulevard,
Springfield Boulevard
  • No overnight service.

Q83 to Q114Edit

Route Operator Terminals Streets traveled Notes
Q83*
[73]
NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
153rd Street and Hillside Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Cambria Heights
114th Avenue and 227th Street
Liberty Avenue, Murdock Avenue
  • Overnights extended to Queens Village LIRR Station via Springfield Boulevard.
  • Alternate non-overnight buses serve each terminal.
Saint Albans
Colfax Street and Springfield Boulevard
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
153rd Street and Hillside Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)

AM
----

PM
Cambria Heights
114th Avenue and 227th Street
(See Q83 local routing above)
  • Peak-direction limited-stop service.
  • Limited-stop service between Jamaica and Springfield Boulevard.
Q84
[74]
NYCT Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)
Laurelton
238th Street and 130th Avenue
Merrick Boulevard, 120th Avenue
[75] NYCT Local Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)
Rosedale
243rd Street and 147th Avenue
Merrick Boulevard, Bedell Street,

North/South Conduit Avenue, then:

  • Toward Rosedale: 243rd Street
  • Toward Green Acres: Green Acres Road
  • Extended to Green Acres Mall after AM rush.
  • Peak-direction limited-stop service
Valley Stream, Nassau County
Green Acres Shopping Mall
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue
at Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer ( E ​ ​ J  Z  trains)

AM
----

PM
Rosedale
243rd Street and 147th Avenue
(See Q85 Rosedale routing above)
  • Weekday limited-stop service from Rosedale to Jamaica (AM) and Jamaica to Rosedale (PM).
Q88
[76]
NYCT Elmhurst
92nd Street and 59th Avenue
at Woodhaven Boulevard ( E  M  R  trains) and Queens Center Mall
Queens Village
Jamaica Avenue and Springfield Boulevard
at Queens Village LIRR station
Horace Harding Expressway, 188th Street, 73rd Avenue, Springfield Boulevard
[77] MTA
Bus
Limited-Stop Service
Long Island City
Jackson Avenue and Queens Plaza South
at Queensboro Plaza ( 7   <7> ​​  N  W  trains)
and Queens Plaza ( E  M  R  trains)
Rikers Island, Bronx 21st Street, 20th Avenue
Q101*
[78]
MTA
Bus
East Midtown, Manhattan
East 61st Street and 2nd Avenue
Steinway
77th Street and Hazen Street
Northern Boulevard, Steinway Street,
20th Avenue
Q102
[79]
MTA
Bus
Roosevelt Island, Manhattan
Coler-Goldwater Hospital
Astoria
27th Avenue and 2nd Street
Main Street (Manhattan), Vernon Boulevard, 31st Street, 30th Avenue
Q103
[80]
MTA
Bus
Hunters Point
Borden Avenue and Vernon Boulevard
at Vernon Boulevard–Jackson Avenue ( 7   <7> ​ trains) and Long Island City LIRR station
Astoria
27th Avenue and 2nd Street
Vernon Boulevard
Q104
[81]
MTA
Bus
Ravenswood
Vernon Boulevard and 34th Avenue
Sunnyside
48th Street and Queens Boulevard
at 46th Street–Bliss Street ( 7  train)
Broadway, 48th Street
Q110*
[82]
MTA
Bus
Jamaica
88th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Elmont,
Nassau County

Belmont Park
Jamaica Avenue, Hempstead Avenue
  • Jamaica-179th Street served during peak-hours only.
  • During racing days, the Q110 serves the racetrack.
Jamaica
179th Street and Hillside Avenue
at Jamaica–179th Street ( E  F   <F>  trains)

AM
----

PM
[83] MTA
Bus
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and Hillside Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Rosedale
147th Avenue and Hook Creek Boulevard
All trips: Guy R. Brewer Boulevard, 147th Avenue

Cedarhurst trips: Rosedale Road, Peninsula Boulevard

  • Alternate daytime trips terminate at Farmers Boulevard; some rush hour trips terminate at 137th Avenue.[84]
  • Cedarhurst service:
    • Weekday mornings, 1 southbound trip.
    • Weekday evenings, 1 southbound and 2 northbound trips.

AM
----

PM
Cedarhurst, Nassau County
Peninsula Boulevard and Rockaway Turnpike
Q112
[85]
MTA
Bus
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and 88th Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Ozone Park
Rockaway Boulevard and 98th Street
at Rockaway Boulevard ( A  train)
South Road, Liberty Avenue
[86] MTA
Bus
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and 88th Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Far Rockaway
Seagirt Boulevard and Beach 20th Street
Guy R. Brewer Boulevard,
Rockaway Boulevard,
Nassau Expressway, Central Avenue,
Beach 9th Street
  • Service operates via Lawrence in Nassau County
  • Buses run express between Springfield Gardens and Far Rockaway, with a stop in Meadowmere, Queens and one on the Queens side of Five Towns on Rockaway Boulevard.
[86] MTA
Bus
Limited-Stop Service
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and 88th Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Far Rockaway
Seagirt Boulevard and Beach 20th Street
Guy R. Brewer Boulevard,
147th Avenue, Rockaway Turnpike,
Wanser Avenue, Beach Channel Drive,
Beach 9th Street
  • Service operates local south of Brookville and Rosedale via Lawrence, Cedarhurst, and Inwood neighborhoods in Nassau County.[87][88]
Local Service (evenings and late nights only)
Jamaica
Parsons Boulevard and 88th Avenue
at Parsons Boulevard ( E  F   <F>  trains)
Far Rockaway
Seagirt Boulevard and Beach 20th Street
(see daytime routing above)

Dollar vansEdit

When the MTA discontinued some routes on June 27, 2010, operators of commuter vans, also known as dollar vans,[89] were allowed to take over certain discontinued routes. In Queens, these routes were the Q74 and Q79.[90] There are also dollar vans that operate from Jamaica Center, providing an alternative mode of transportation to bus routes such as the Q4 to Cambria Heights, the Q113 to Far Rockaway, and the Q5 and Q85 to Green Acres Mall.[91][92] The vans, some licensed by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission and some unlicensed, charge a fare of $2.00, lower than the $2.75 fare for MTA-operated local buses, but without free transfers.[89][91]

In December 2011, City Councilman Leroy Comrie pushed the city to create designated bus stops for the dollar van services to alleviate traffic and interference of dollar vans with MTA buses. These dollar van stops for drop off and pick ups now includes the corner of 153rd Street and Archer Avenue along with Parsons Boulevard between Archer and Jamaica Avenue.[93]

History of current routesEdit

Routes Q1 to Q46Edit

Route History
  • Originally operated by Hillside Transportation Company, and first operated in 1914.[94]
  • Later operated by Nevin-Queens Bus Corporation until February 17, 1935,[95][96]:589 North Shore Bus Company until November 1936,[97] Z&M Coach Company until June 1939,[98] and North Shore Bus Company again until city takeover in 1947.
  • Originally operated by St. Albans Imp. in 1919 as DP&S Route 76.[94]
  • The route was later operated by Bee Line Bus Company[99] and North Shore Bus Company.
  • Starting on May 2, 2007, during racing days, the Q2 began to stop inside the racetrack.[100]
  • Originally operated by St. Albans Imp. in 1919 as DP&S Route 76.[94]
  • Later operated by Bee Line Bus Company[99] and North Shore Bus Company.
  • Extended from Rockaway Boulevard to JFK International Airport in December 1987.[101][102]
  • 24-hour service was added on April 11, 2004. At the same time, service to all JFK terminals except Terminal 4 replaced by AirTrain JFK.[103][104]
  • JFK Terminus moved to Terminal 5 on May 30, 2012, due to construction at Terminal 4.[104][105]
  • Originally operated by St. Albans Imp. in 1919 as DP&S Route 72.[94] Later operated by Bee Line Bus Company[99] and North Shore Bus Company.
  • Original western terminus was the 169th Street subway station. Service rerouted to Jamaica Center on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue.[106] Q4 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions.[107] Outbound trips were rerouted to run east on Archer Avenue from Parsons Boulevard to Merrick Boulevard instead of via Jamaica Avenue.[106]
  • On January 12, 2004, morning reverse peak limited-stop service was added, and Jamaica-bound limited-stop service in the a.m. rush hour was rerouted to Liberty Avenue and 160th Street from 168th Street and Archer Avenue to match the travel path during the p.m. rush hour.[108][109]
  • Originally operated by Orange Line in 1921, then by Bee Line Bus Company in 1922 as DP&S Route 77,[94][99] and by North Shore Bus Company in 1939.
  • The original terminals were 163rd Street and Jamaica Avenue and Francis Lewis Boulevard and North Conduit Avenue (Rosedale LIRR Station).
  • Northern terminal was changed to 168th Street and Hillside Avenue on October 27, 1939.
  • Extended to Green Acres Mall on November 15, 1987.[101]
  • Service was rerouted to Jamaica Center on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue.[106] Q5 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions.[107] Outbound Q5 trips were rerouted to run east on Archer Avenue from Parsons Boulevard to Merrick Boulevard instead of via Jamaica Avenue.[106]
  • On January 12, 2004, Jamaica-bound limited-stop service in the a.m. rush hour was rerouted to Liberty Avenue and 160th Street from 168th Street and Archer Avenue to match the travel path during the p.m. rush hour.[109]
  • Originally operated by Queens Bus Corporation, it first operated on July 19, 1922.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Northern terminal moved to Jamaica Union Bus Terminal (Jamaica Avenue and Brewer Boulevard) on August 16, 1936.[110][111]
  • By 1975, Jamaica terminals were Sutphin Boulevard and Hillside Avenue, and 165th Street and Archer Avenue.[112]
  • Extended to 165th Street Terminal on October 30, 1989.[113][114][115]
  • Limited-stop service added on April 19, 2010.[116][117]
  • Originally operated by the Ruoff Brothers, it started service on October 5, 1921 as DP&S Route 66.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Service started on April 15, 1933.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Northern terminal moved to Jamaica Union Bus Terminal (Jamaica Avenue and Brewer Boulevard) on August 16, 1936.[110][111]
  • By 1975, Jamaica terminus was 165th Street and Archer Avenue.[112]
  • Extended to 165th Street Terminal on October 30, 1989.[114][113][115]
  • Extended from City Line at Euclid Avenue to Spring Creek at Gateway Drive and Erskine Street on June 29, 2008.[118][119]
  • On December 7, 2008, eastbound buses were rerouted to travel via Longan Street instead of via Montauk Avenue between Sutter Avenue and Pitkin Avenue to provide faster service.[120]
  • Extended to new bus terminal at Gateway Center North on August 31, 2014.[121]
  • Originally operated by Billow Bus Line,[122] it started service on May 1, 1920, as DP&S Route 55.[94]
  • By 1975, Jamaica terminus was 165th Street and Archer Avenue.[112]
  • Extended to 165th Street Terminal on October 30, 1989.[113][114][115]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Originally operated by Richmond Hill Bus, service began on April 29, 1929, as DP&S Route 53.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • JFK Terminus moved to Terminal 5 on May 30, 2012, due to construction at Terminal 4.[104][105]
  • Between 1989 and 2011, trips to/from JFK Airport alternated between 130th Street/150th Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard/Rockaway Boulevard via either Rockaway Boulevard or Conduit Avenue. The Conduit Avenue branch was replaced by Q10 limited-stop service.
  • Weekday and Saturday limited-stop service introduced on September 3, 2006.[123]
  • Sunday limited-stop service added on April 6, 2008.[124]
  • Lefferts Boulevard Branch became all-limited on April 28, 2013.[125]
  • Originally operated by Liberty Bus, service was started in 1918, as DP&S Route 64.[94]
  • Liberty Bus received the route's franchise on January 30, 1933.[96]:558
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Overnight service to Old Howard Beach and Hamilton Beach was eliminated on September 12, 2010.[126]
  • Service to Hamilton Beach after 10:00 PM was eliminated on July 1, 2012.[21][127][128]
  • Originally owned by Rauchwerger, service started in 1921.[94]
  • Originally owned by Rauchwerger, service started on March 14, 1920, as DP&S Route 18.[94]
  • Originally owned by Rauchwerger, Q14 service began on August 2, 1920 as DP&S Route 54.[94]
  • Originally owned by Rauchwerger, Q15 service began on April 3, 1924.[94]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a series of changes to citywide bus service to take effect January 22, 1957. One of the planned changes was the institution of late night service on the Q15, providing joint service along the two branches to Whitestone and Beechhurst.[129]
  • Overnight service was eliminated on September 10, 1995 due to a budget crisis.[130][131]
  • On June 27, 2002, Beechhurst-bound Q15 buses were rerouted to the Cross Island Parkway Service Road from 15th Drive to speed up service.[103]
  • Q15A replaced Q14 service on June 27, 2010 due to another budget crisis.
  • Originally owned by North Shore Bus Company, service began on August 15, 1930.[94]
  • Utopia Parkway service began on October 30, 1952 to serve the Clearview Gardens development.[132][133]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a series of changes to citywide bus service to take effect January 22, 1957. One of the planned changes was the consolidation of the main route via Willets Point Boulevard and Clintonville Avenue and the spur route along Utopia Parkway branches, onto 166th Street.[129]
  • Service along the Utopia Parkway spur had run along Utopia Parkway. from 16th Avenue to 26th Avenue. The main route had run along 26th Avenue, Clintonville Street and Willets Point Boulevard to 160th Street. Instead, service ran along 166th Street between 26th Avenue and Willets Point Boulevard. This change took effect on February 3, 1957. 166 trips were dropped from the Q16 schedule.[134] In response to the proposed change in the route, mothers from Clearview Gardens threatened to form a human barricade across 166th Street. They opposed the change due to safety concerns; service was to be rerouted from the wider Clintonville Street and Utopia Parkway to the narrow 166th Street, along which two schools were located.[135] The original routes were restored on November 17, 1957.[136]
  • Overnight service eliminated on September 10, 1995 due to a budget crisis.[94][130][131]
  • Originally owned by Flushing Heights Bus Company, service began in 1928.[94]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a slate of changes in city bus service to take effect January 22, 1957. One of the planned changes was the elimination of Q17-20 service between Flushing and College Point due to competition from routes of the Queens-Nassau Transit lines. Service was replaced by three routes: the new Q44FS between Flushing and College Point, the new Q17 Flushing-188th Street line, and the existing Q17A Little Neck-169th Street line. Free transfers were instituted between the routes.[129] Service west of 122nd Street and 14th Avenue in College Point was discontinued. The 598 daily trips on the Q17-20 were decreased by 44 among the Q17, Q44FS, and Q17A. Service during late nights, which had run as a shuttle between Flushing and College Point, was discontinued between 12:30 a.m. and 5 a.m.. Q17 service began running from Flushing-Main Street to Fresh Meadow Lane and the Horace Harding Expressway. These changes took effect on February 3, 1957.[137]
  • Extended to Archer Avenue and Merrick Boulevard on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored. The first stop on the Q17 was moved from 165th Street between Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue to Merrick Boulevard between those two avenues.[107]
  • Northern terminal shifted from Main Street and 39th Avenue to 39th Avenue and 138th Street on August 31, 2014.[87]:139-142
  • Began limited-stop service on September 8, 2003.[17][138]
  • Full Line service began in 1933, with the combination of the two sections of the former Astoria Boulevard bus services.[94]
  • Eastern part of route between Corona and Flushing was begun by Salvatore Fornatora during April 1919, and the existing Q19 bus route was essentially created and extended in phases over the following years.
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Re-extended from 102nd Street in East Elmhurst to Flushing in January 2007, closely following, and resembling Salvatore Fornatora's original bus route.
  • The route was extended from Astoria Boulevard and 21st Street to 27th Avenue and 2nd Street on June 29, 2014.[139]
  • North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q20 on February 15, 1932.
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a slate of changes in city bus service to take effect January 22, 1957. One of the planned changes was the elimination of Q17-20 service between Flushing and College Point due to competition from routes of the Queens-Nassau Transit lines. Service was replaced by three routes: the new Q44FS between Flushing and College Point, the new Q17 Flushing-188th Street line, and the existing Q17A Little Neck-169th Street line. Free transfers were instituted between the routes.[129] Service west of 122nd Street and 14th Avenue in College Point was discontinued. The 598 daily trips on the Q17-20 were decreased by 44 among the Q17, Q44FS, and Q17A. Service on the Q44FS ran every 15 minutes from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m toward Flushing, and every 15 minutes from 3:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. toward College Point, with service every 30 minutes during the rest of the day. Service during late nights, which had run as a shuttle between Flushing and College Point, was discontinued between 12:30 a.m. and 5 a.m.. These changes took effect on February 3, 1957.[137]
  • Renumbered back to Q20 on April 15, 1990.[140] 20th Avenue service began at that time.
  • Weekend service eliminated on September 10, 1995 due to budget crisis.[130]
  • Extended to Jamaica from Flushing on June 27, 1999 when Q44 became limited-stop; route in College Point was split into Q20A and Q20B at same time. Weekend service restored on Q20A.[141]
  • Q20A overnight service began November 29, 2015, replacing Q44 local service.[142][143]
  • Originally owned by Queens Auto Traction, service began in 1923.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.[144]
  • Formerly ran from Liberty Avenue to Rockaway Park.[144]
  • Extended north along Woodhaven Boulevard on August 31, 2008.[145][146]
  • Rerouted from Rockaway Park to Arverne on January 8, 2012.[147][148][149]
  • Truncated from Arverne to Howard Beach on July 1, 2012 (Rockaway service replaced by Q52).[21][147]
  • Originally owned by Long Island Coach Company, service began in 1912.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Service began in 1925, being operated by North Shore Bus Company.[94]
  • On April 19, 1977, the New York City City Planning Commission approved plans to extend the route west on Metropolitan Avenue, south on Woodhaven Boulevard, north on Union Turnpike and back onto Metropolitan. The extension was intended to serve the 740 residents of the Forest Park Cooperative on Union Turnpike.[150]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Service began on January 15, 1950 to replace a BMT streetcar.[94]
  • Formerly B22;[112] renumbered and extended from 89th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard to 170th Street and Jamaica Avenue on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q24 service began running on Jamaica Avenue in both directions.[107] Eastbound buses were rerouted from Archer Avenue onto Jamaica Avenue.[106]
  • On January 25, 1998, the eastern terminal was moved from 168th Street between Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue to Archer Avenue between 168th Street and Merrick Boulevard due to heavy traffic on 168th Street.[151]
  • Service west of Broadway Junction discontinued on June 27, 2010 and restored on January 6, 2013.[32][152]
  • Originally owned by Flushing Heights Bus Company, service began in 1928.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Queens-Nassau Transit Lines, Queens Transit Corporation, and Queens Surface Corporation.
  • The original Q25 terminus was in Flushing; it was combined with the then-Q34 route into College Point.
  • Southern terminus moved from 160th Street and Jamaica Avenue to Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue in 2005.[153]
  • Extended to Jamaica LIRR station on Sutphin Boulevard in April 2006.[123]
  • Limited-stop service introduced on July 9, 2007.[116][154]
  • Originally owned by Z & M Coach, service began on October 1, 1931;[94] later operated by North Shore Bus Company from 1934[155] until March 1947.[94]
  • Originally operated from 47th Avenue and Hollis Court Boulevard, along Hollis Court Boulevard, which used to run through Cunningham Park, 212th Street (now part of the Clearview Expressway), and Jamaica Avenue (along the current Q36 route) to 257th Street.[156] Later extended to Flushing.
  • Service south of Horace Harding Expressway to Jamaica Avenue at the Queens Village LIRR station became rush hours only during World War II.[157][158] Service past Queens Village was discontinued on November 26, 1941.
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved plans to cut the route back from Queens Village to the Horace Harding Expressway, and to redesignate the route from the Q26 Flushing-Queens Village route to the Q26 Flushing-46th Avenue route. Though the change was initially scheduled to take effect on January 22, 1957,[129] it took effect on February 3, 1957.[159][160]
  • Weekend and overnight service discontinued on September 10, 1995 due to a budget crisis.[130]
  • Off peak service discontinued on June 27, 2010 due to another budget crisis.
  • Originally operated by Z & M Coach, service began in 1926.[94]
  • Originally operated between Flushing and Horace Harding Expressway.[161]
  • Extended south along Springfield Boulevard to Queens Village LIRR station on April 30, 1950.[162]
  • On January 22, 1957, service was extended on a 90-day trial basis by 2 miles (3.2 km) from the Queens Village LIRR station to the intersection of Springfield Boulevard and Merrick Boulevard, as part of a series of bus changes citywide. The change was approved by the NYCTA on November 29, 1956.[129]
  • For a few months in 1957, service was extended to 136th Avenue.
  • Between 1980 and 1985, buses were rerouted off of Parsons Boulevard between 46th Avenue and Kissena Boulevard, the path it shared with the Q26, onto Holly Avenue and Kissena Boulevard.[163][164]
  • Peak-direction limited-stop service was introduced in September 2001.[165]
  • Service to Queensborough Community College began on September 9, 2002.[166]
  • Extended to 120th Avenue and Springfield Boulevard in Cambria Heights from Queens Village on January 4, 2004 to replace Q83 service on Springfield Boulevard between Murdock Avenue and Queens Village LIRR station.[108][167][109]
  • Overnight trips extended from Queens Village to Cambria Heights on January 6, 2013.[32][152]
  • Northern terminal shifted from Main Street and 39th Avenue to 39th Avenue and 138th Street in August 2014.[87]
  • Originally operated by North Shore Bus Company in April 1928.[94][168]
  • On February 18, 1962, it was extended from Corporal Kennedy Street and 32nd Avenue to Corporal Kennedy Street and 18th Avenue during a six-month test period to provide bus service to new co-ops.[169] This extension was made permanent after the test period.[170][171]
  • Q30 service began as a New York City Transit route on September 7, 1947, running between Jamaica Avenue and 168th Street to Horace Harding Boulevard and Springfield Boulevard.[172] Service began at 6 a.m..[173]
  • The route was then extended to Horace Harding Boulevard and Little Neck Parkway at the Nassau County Line on August 21, 1949.[172][174]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a large number of changes to city bus service to take effect January 22, 1957. One of the changes was to consolidate Q17 and Q30 service to eliminate duplication with a bus route of the Queens-Nassau Transit company.[129] The change took effect on February 3, 1957, and the route was renumbered the Q17A.[137]
  • Formerly Q17A; renumbered back to Q30 and extended from Jamaica Avenue-169th Street to Jamaica LIRR station via Archer Avenue on December 11, 1988.[101]
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q30 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions; eastbound buses had been running along Jamaica Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and 168th Street.[107][106]
  • Short run trips terminating at Horace Harding Expressway converted into branch to Queensborough Community College on January 7, 2013.[32][152][26][33][175][176]
  • Originally owned by S & C Buses, which was incorporated on November 17, 1932, service began in 1932. Service was discontinued on September 7, 1935.[96]:600
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a large number of changes to city bus service to take effect January 22, 1957.[129] As part of the changes, the former Q31 and Q31A routes were consolidated into the new Q31. The Q31A had run from 32nd Avenue and 201st Street to the Queens Village LIRR station.[177] The changes took effect February 3, 1957.[159][160]
  • On June 30, 1963, service was extended from Fresh Meadow Lane and 65th Avenue to Jamaica Avenue and 169th Street. Service was later extended north from 32nd Avenue and 201st Street.[178]
  • Extended from Jamaica Avenue and 169th Street to the Jamaica LIRR station via Archer Avenue on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q31 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions; eastbound buses had been running along Jamaica Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and 168th Street.[107][106]
  • Weekend service was eliminated on June 27, 2010 and restored on April 6, 2014.[179][180]
  • Originally operated by Municipal Motorbus Company, service began on January 1, 1933.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Formerly ran to LaGuardia Airport until September 8, 2013, replaced by the Q70.
  • Service began in April 1933.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Queens-Nassau Transit Lines, Queens Transit Corporation, and Queens Surface Corporation.
  • The original Q34 route was the College Point segment of the Q25; it was later rerouted to its current alignment in Whitestone and then extended along the Q25 route.
  • On April 17, 2000, the span of weekday evening service on the route was changed, with bus service ending at 9 p.m. instead of midnight, and Saturday service was eliminated due to low ridership at these times. In addition, service now began at 5:30 a.m. on weekdays and was cut to running from 149th Street and Willets Point Boulevard to Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue.[187]
  • Southern terminus was moved from 160th Street and Jamaica Avenue to Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue in 2004.[153]
  • Service extended to Jamaica LIRR station on Sutphin Boulevard in 2007.[123]
  • Green Bus Lines began service on July 3, 1937;[188] originally ran non-stop between the Rockaways and Brooklyn College.[188]
  • Stops at Marine Parkway Bridge, Floyd Bennett Field, and Avenue U (Kings Plaza) added in 1940.[189]
  • Open-door service in Brooklyn added circa 1976;[190][191] until then, buses only made drop offs northbound and pickups southbound in Brooklyn north of Kings Plaza.[192]
  • On February 15, 2009, the last westbound stop was relocated from Flatbush Avenue between Nostrand Avenue and East 31st Street to Avenue H between Nostrand Avenue and Flatbush Avenue to accommodate a changed turnaround path.[193]
  • Originally operated by Schenck Transportation, which was incorporated on September 11, 1925, service began in April 1926.[96]:601
  • Later on, it was operated by North Shore Bus Company, before being taken over by the New York City Transit Authority in 1947.[183][page needed]
  • Between 1980 and 1985, the route's terminal loop was changed so that instead of using 87th Avenue it would use 87th Road.[163][164]
  • Limited-stop service introduced on April 7, 2008.[39][49]
  • Weekday service added to Little Neck in January 2013 via the old Q79 route, restoring service along Little Neck Parkway.[32][152][33][194]
  • Originally operated by General Omnibus Company, service began in January 1939.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Extended from Jamaica Avenue to Kew Gardens on November 23, 1941.[195]
  • Between 1980 and 1985, the route's terminal was moved from 130th Street and 150th Avenue to Lincoln Street and 135th Avenue.[163][164]
  • Daily service via Aqueduct Racetrack was added in 2012.
  • Southern terminal moved from 150th and 149th Avenues to 135th Road and 131st Street in 2018.
  • Originally operated by Affiliated Transit, service began in June 1934.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Originally Q38 (Penelope Avenue) and Q45X/Q50 (Eliot Avenue) routes; combined into a single Q38 route on July 3, 1960.[196][197]
  • Originally operated by National City Bus Lines, service began on June 16, 1934. On January 31, 1935, the company received the franchise for the route.[96]:575
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Overnight service was added in August 2007.
  • On November 17, 2008, westbound service was rerouted to travel via Jackson Avenue, 45th Avenue and 23rd Street due to the permanent closure of 45th Road between 23rd Street and Jackson Avenue for the construction of a free subway transfer passageway at Court Square.[120]
  • Originally operated by Midland Coach, service began on February 5, 1934.[96]:567
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Between 1985 and December 1989, the route's terminal loop was changed so that buses ran via Rockaway Boulevard, 145th Street, 135th Avenue, 140th Street and Rockaway Boulevard again, instead of its previous route via Rockaway Boulevard, 143rd Street, 135th Avenue and 142nd Street.[164][114]
  • Terminal loop changed multiple times during the 1980s.
  • Originally operated by Courier Bus Company, service began on July 10, 1934.[94]
  • Route in Lindenwood, via 155th and 157th Avenues, added on September 14, 1964.[198]
  • Between 1980 and 1985, the route's path in Ozone Park was changed with the conversion of 109th Avenue and 130th Streets to one-way streets. Northbound buses were rerouted to turn south for one block on 127th Street, east on 111th Avenue for one block and then north on 130th Street before resuming the previous route at Atlantic Avenue. Southbound buses were rerouted to continue on 127th Street from 109th Avenue to 111th Avenue before heading west on that street until 111th Street, where the route would turn north one block and then resume on its previous route on 109th Street.[163][164]
  • The route's path through Ozone Park was modified again between 1985 and December 1989. Southbound buses were rerouted off of Atlantic Avenue at 133rd Street before turning onto 95th Avenue and resuming via 127th Street. Northbound buses were rerouted off of 109th Avenue, instead following the path of southbound buses, turning south onto 111th Street and then east on 111th Avenue, north on 131st Street and west on 109th Avenue to 128th Street, before turning west on Liberty Avenue and then north on 127th Street, before turning east on 95th Avenue, north on 134th Street and back onto Atlantic Avenue.[164][114]
  • Extended from Guy R. Brewer Boulevard and Archer Avenue to 165th Street Terminal on October 30, 1989.[113][114][115]
  • On July 1, 2012, service was rerouted off of 111th Avenue to 109th Avenue to cut costs and reduce travel times. Local residents were opposed to the change, arguing that were not given advanced notice, and because the change eliminated parking spaces.[199]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Originally operated by North Branch Transit, service began on March 27, 1934.[94]
  • Later operated by Bee Line, Inc.,[200] then Green Bus Lines,[110][111][201] then North Shore Bus Company until 1947.[202]
  • Original western terminus was the 169th Street subway station. Service was rerouted to Jamaica Center on December 11, 1988.
  • Overnight service eliminated on September 10, 1995 due to a budget crisis.[130][131]
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q42 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions.[107] Buses were rerouted to run along Archer Avenue, 165th Street and Liberty Avenue.[106]
  • Midday service eliminated on June 27, 2010 due to another budget crisis; restored on January 7, 2013.[32][152] Before the restoration, service ran during weekday rush hours only.
  • Originally operated by Schenck Transportation, service began on May 24, 1935.[96]:601
  • In 1983, the NYCTA agreed to study the implementation of rush hour expresses on the Q43, making express stops west of Springfield Boulevard.[203]
  • Limited-stop service began in January 1993.[204]
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990.[106] Q43 service began running along 146th Street towards the subway and via Sutphin Boulevard leaving the subway. The first stop was moved to Archer Avenue in front of the LIRR station.[107]
  • On November 17, 1997, westbound limiteds started stopping at 187th Street and Hillside Avenue instead of 188th Street and Hillside Avenue to improve connections with the Q17 and the Q75.[151]
  • North Shore Bus Company began Main Street service between Main Street subway station and Horace Harding Bouelvard on May 2, 1933.[205]
  • Q44 Flushing-Jamaica service began on March 22, 1938.[94][206][207]
  • Extended to West Farms, Bronx along former World's Fair route on October 28, 1940.[208][209]
  • Original southern terminus was Jamaica LIRR station;[206] later extended to the 165th Street Bus Terminal.[210][211]
  • Bronx service was extended to Bronx Park South-Crotona Parkway in 1984, running all times except late evenings and nights. Service was later cut back to its current terminus in September 1990.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q44 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions.[107] Eastbound buses were rerouted from running along Jamaica Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and 168th Street to Archer Avenue.[106]
  • On January 11, 1998, buses began running on Archer Avenue between Merrick Boulevard and Sutphin Boulevard in both directions.[151]
  • Limited-stop service between Jamaica and Whitestone introduced on June 27, 1999. Former route between Hillside Avenue and Union Turnpike (via 150th Street and Grand Central Parkway service roads) replaced at that time.[141]
  • Converted into Q44 Select Bus Service on November 29, 2015; late-night local service was replaced by the Q20A.[142][143]
  • North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q44A[212] on December 4, 1939.[94][213]
  • Service was extended to Springfield Boulevard on September 7, 1947, with headways ranging from 10 minutes during rush hours to 40 minutes during other times.[173]
  • Began limited-stop service on February 11, 1974; one of the first two routes to have limited-stop service.[101]
  • Renumbered to the Q46 on April 15, 1990.[214][140]
  • Extended from Lakeville Road to Long Island Jewish Hospital on September 7, 1997.[215]
  • On November 17, 1997, a limited stop was added at 150th Street and Union Turnpike.[151]
  • Overnight and weekend service to Glen Oaks was eliminated in September 2002.[216]

Routes Q47 to Q114Edit

Route History
  • Service began on October 1, 1939.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.[144]
  • Merged with Q45, also a former Triboro Coach route, on September 4, 2011.[217]
  • Rerouted in East Elmhurst off of 77th Street southbound to accommodate the street's change to a one-way street in September 2016.[218]
  • North Shore Bus Company began this route on April 5, 1940.[94][219]
  • Transferred to New York City Transit in 1947.[94]
  • Service started in January 1938.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Renumbered from Q19B[220] on April 20, 2008.[124]
  • Created as Q21 rush-hour only limited on January 8, 2012; rerouted from Rockaway Park to serve Arverne by the Sea.[147]
  • Renumbered to Q52 and expanded to 7 days a week on July 1, 2012.[21][147]
  • On April 9, 2017, it was extended from Beach 69th Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard to Beach 54th Street and Beach Channel Drive to better serve housing in Arverne.[226][227]
  • Route converted into Select Bus Service on November 12, 2017.[228]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Created as a replacement service for LIRR Rockaway Beach Branch between Woodside and Rockaway Park on June 24, 1950.[229][230]
  • Originally went non-stop between Rego Park and Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.[144][231]
  • Converted to limited-stop service along Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevards in 2006.[232]
  • Service to Rego Park station via 63rd Drive[144] discontinued in January 2007.[233][234]
  • Service to the Elmhurst business district was added in 2009.
  • On January 3, 2010, the northbound route's non-stop travel path was modified to run via 39th Avenue and Roosevelt Avenue instead of via Broadway to provide faster service.[235]
  • Overnight service was added on September 8, 2013.[236]
  • The route was converted into Select Bus Service on November 12, 2017.[228]
  • Service started on June 12, 1949 to replace BMT streetcar service;[94][237] the eastern terminus was extended from Jamaica and Metropolitan Avenues to 170th Street at this time.[237]
  • Formerly B53;[112][237] renumbered on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q54 service began running on Jamaica Avenue in both directions; eastbound buses had been running along Archer Avenue.[107][106]
  • Rerouted in Middle Village and Glendale to serve The Shops at Atlas Park on July 1, 2007.[238][239][240][100]
  • Service started on November 30, 1947 to replace BMT streetcar service.[94][244]
  • Formerly B56;[112] renumbered on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q56 service began running on Jamaica Avenue in both directions; eastbound buses had been running along Archer Avenue.[107][106]
  • Originally Grand Street Line streetcar service. Replaced by bus service on December 1, 1949.[246]
  • Formerly B59; renumbered on December 11, 1988
  • Original eastern terminus was 72nd Street and Grand Avenue in Maspeth.
  • 24 hour service added in January 2008.[250]
  • Extended from Kent Avenue/Broadway to Williamsburg Bridge Plaza in 2010.
  • Service started on April 17, 1937 to replace Queens Boulevard Line streetcar.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines.
  • Overnight service was added in August 2007.
  • On June 27, 2010, the route was rerouted to stay on Jamaica Avenue instead of diverting to 139th Street and Archer Avenue on the way to Sutphin Boulevard to speed up service by traveling on a direct path on a commercial street.[225]
  • Service started on November 14, 1951.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Queens Surface Corporation.
  • Formerly Q65A. Renumbered on September 2, 2007.[251]
  • Overnight service introduced on September 8, 2013,[236] which closed a gap in service from 2:30 a.m. and 4:00 a.m..
  • Service started on August 10, 1937 to replace Flushing–Jamaica Line and College Point Line streetcar service.
  • Formerly operated by Queens Surface Corporation.
  • The route's southern terminus was moved from 160th Street and Jamaica Avenue to Parsons Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue in 2004.[153]
  • It was then extended to Jamaica LIRR station on Sutphin Boulevard in 2007.[123]
  • Limited-stop service introduced in September 2007.[154][252]
  • Formerly operated by Queens-Nassau Transit Lines, Queens Transit Corporation, and Queens Surface Corporation.
  • Original terminus was at 51st Street in Woodside, where the bus connected with the Northern Boulevard subway station.[253]
  • The route was extended to Queens Plaza on October 29, 1989 to serve the new 21st Street–Queensbridge subway station.
  • Service started on October 30, 1937 to replace streetcar service.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Queens Surface Corporation
  • On April 12, 2009, westbound buses were rerouted to run via the Queens Midtown Expressway Service Road from 69th Road to Hamilton Place instead of running via Grand Avenue and crossing over the Long Island Expressway multiple times to speed up service.[254]
  • Service started in 1933.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
  • Formerly Q19A. Renumbered on April 20, 2008.[124]
  • Introduced on September 8, 2013.[68]
  • Replaced Q33 service at LaGuardia Airport.[68][69]
  • Converted to Select Bus Service from limited-stop service on September 25, 2016, and branded as the LaGuardia Link.[255][256]
  • Francis Lewis Boulevard bus route proposed and rejected in 1959.[262]
  • New route created by the New York City Transit Authority
  • Service started on October 29, 1961 as a six-month trial,[94][263][264] running between Parsons Boulevard and 14th Avenue in Whitestone and the 179th Street station on Hillside Avenue.[112][263] Service initially ran on 20-minute headways between 5:30 a.m. and 12:30 a.m..[265]
  • On December 27, 1961, the NYCTA announced that it planned to apply to the Board of Estimate for permission to switch the travel path of the route for the second half of the trial the following month. Service was rerouted from running via the Long Island Expressway service road and 188th Street to get to Jamaica to staying on Francis Lewis Boulevard to Hillside Avenue. The shift was done so that data for revenue for the new route could be compared with revenue for the existing route.[266]
  • Extended from 179th Street-Hillside Avenue to 165th Street Terminal in 1989.[113]
  • Overnight service was eliminated on September 10, 1995 due to a budget crisis.[130][131]
  • Extended to College Point from Whitestone on September 11, 2000.[267]
  • Saturday service eliminated on June 27, 2010 due to another budget crisis, but restored on September 8, 2012 along with new Sunday service.[26][268]
  • Francis Lewis Boulevard bus route originally proposed and rejected in 1959.[262]
  • New route created by the New York City Transit Authority
  • Service started on September 13, 1965[94][269] as a four-month trial[270][271] in order to serve Andrew Jackson High School.[269][272]
  • Originally operated between the 179th Street station, and the intersection of Springfield Boulevard and Merrick Boulevard.[272]
  • Extended from 179th Street-Hillside Avenue to 165th Street Terminal in 1989.[113]
  • Sunday service was added on April 6, 2014.[179][273][180]
  • Originally operated by Bee Line Bus, service began in 1923.[94]
  • The route was extended from Springfield Boulevard and 114th Avenue to 227th Street and 113th Drive between 1946 and 1949.[172]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a slate of changes in bus service citywide to take effect on January 22, 1957. Among the changes was the extension of Q3A service to the 179th Street subway station to eliminate congestion at 169th Street.[129]
  • Formerly Q3A; renumbered and rerouted on December 11, 1988 to Jamaica Center.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue.[107] Buses were rerouted to run along Archer Avenue, 165th Street and Liberty Avenue.[106]
  • Full-time service on the branch via Springfield Boulevard to the Queens Village LIRR station was eliminated on January 4, 2004, with service replaced by an extension of the Q27 from the Queens Village LIRR station to 120th Avenue and Springfield Boulevard.[167][109]
  • On January 12, 2004, Jamaica-bound limited-stop service in the a.m. rush hour was rerouted to Liberty Avenue and 160th Street from 168th Street and Archer Avenue to match the travel path during the p.m. rush hour.[109]
  • Limited-stop service started stopping at Liberty Avenue and 77th Street in both directions on November 3, 2008 to allow for transfers with the Q42.[49]
  • Originally operated by Bee Line Bus, service began in 1923.[94]
  • On February 18, 1962, it was extended from 122nd Avenue and 199th Street to its present terminus at 238th Street and 130th Avenue during a six-month test period.[169]
  • Original western terminus was the 169th Street subway station
  • Service was rerouted to Jamaica Center on December 11, 1988, and was renumbered from the Q4A to the Q84.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q84 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions. Outbound trips had run on Jamaica Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and Merrick Boulevard.[107][106]
  • Originally owned by Bee Line Bus.[94]
  • Formerly Q5A and Q5AB; combined into the Q85 on December 11, 1988.
  • Extended to Green Acres in the 1990s.
  • Original western terminus was the 169th Street subway station.
  • Service was rerouted to Jamaica Center on December 11, 1988.
  • On August 29, 1993, two-way traffic on Archer Avenue and Jamaica Avenue was restored between 138th Street and 168th Street, undoing changes that took effect in November 1990. The change was made to alleviate heavy traffic on Jamaica Avenue. Q85 service began running on Archer Avenue in both directions.[107] Outbound trips had run on Jamaica Avenue between Parsons Boulevard and Merrick Boulevard.[106]
  • On January 12, 2004, Jamaica-bound limited-stop service in the a.m. rush hour was rerouted to Liberty Avenue and 160th Street from 168th Street and Archer Avenue to match the travel path during the p.m. rush hour.[109]
  • New route created by the New York City Transit Authority
  • Service started on September 16, 1974.[274][275]
  • Original eastern end was Springfield Boulevard and Union Turnpike.[276]
  • The route was later extended to Hillside Avenue, before being extended to Jamaica Avenue between 1985 and 1989.[114][164]
  • Started service in the 1980s.[94]
  • Formerly operated by Queens Surface Corporation until takeover in 2005.[277]
  • Formerly Q101R; renumbered the Q100 on April 6, 2008.[124]
  • Originally non-stop between Long Island City and Rikers Island parking lot.[261]
  • Limited-stop service along 21st Street began on February 1, 2009.[278]
  • Service started on November 1, 1939 to replace Steinway Street Line streetcar service.[241]
  • Formerly operated by Steinway Transit until 1988, and then by Queens Surface Corporation until takeover in 2005.[258][277]
  • Original northern terminus was Rikers' Island; when the Q101R (now Q100) was created, service was truncated to 19 Avenue. Prior to the creation of the Q101R, this route was the only local bus route to traverse three boroughs, since Rikers' Island is located in The Bronx.
  • On October 10, 2010, the route's Manhattan terminal was moved from Second Avenue and East 58th Street to avoid obstructing the bus lane for the planned M15 Select Bus Service. The new last stop was moved to East 61st Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue, while a new first stop was established at the southwest corner of East 61st Street and Second Avenue.[225]
  • Service started on September 29, 1939 to replace a Steinway Streetcar.[94][241]
  • Formerly operated by Steinway Transit until 1988, and then by Queens Surface Corporation until takeover in 2005.[258][277]
  • Starting on April 18, 2010, all service began traveling through Roosevelt Island in the same direction and some closely spaced bus stops on the island were discontinued.[279]
  • Newtown Avenue, Crescent Street, and Astoria Boulevard segment discontinued in favor of operating via 30th Avenue on June 29, 2014.
  • Service started on September 29, 1939 to replace a Steinway Streetcar.[94][241]
  • Formerly operated by Steinway Transit until 1988, and then by Queens Surface Corporation until takeover in 2005.[258][277]
  • Weekend service was added and the span of weekday service hours were extended from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 29, 2014 on a pilot basis.[280] On March 20, 2015, it was announced that the changes would be made permanent.[281]
  • Service started on September 29, 1939 to replace a Steinway Streetcar line.[94][241]
  • Formerly operated by Steinway Transit until 1988, and then by Queens Surface Corporation until takeover in 2005.[258][277]
  • Formerly operated by Jamaica Buses.
  • Originally Route A; replacement for Jamaica Avenue-Hempstead Turnpike trolley service on November 25, 1933.[94][282][283][284][285]
  • Original terminus was 168th Street station,[286] which was the former terminus of the surface line.[287]
  • On May 2, 2007, the Q110 started serving the racetrack on racing days.[100]
  • Formerly operated by Jamaica Buses[284] as Route B (Jamaica-Hook Creek).
  • Originally part of the current Q113; separated into Route B in the 1950s;[288] renumbered the Q111 by 1960.[289]
  • Between 1985 and December 1989, the route was cut back to Peninsula Boulevard and Rockaway Turnpike; the route had gone further west on Peninsula Boulevard.[164][114]
  • Formerly operated by Jamaica Buses.
  • Originally Route C; replacement for Liberty Avenue trolley service on December 3, 1933.[94][282][283][284][285]
  • Original terminus was the 168th Street elevated station[286]
  • Between 1980 and 1985, Rockaway Boulevard-bound buses were rerouted off of Union Hall Street between Archer Avenue and Liberty Avenue, and onto Archer Avenue, Guy R Brewer Boulevard, and Liberty Avenue. Bus service continued to run via Union Hall Street between Jamaica Avenue and Archer Avenue, and between Liberty Avenue and South Road This change was made because Union Hall Street was closed between these streets to traffic, and now became part of the York College campus.[163][164]
  • Between 1985 and December 1989, service was streamlined in Jamaica, and southbound buses stopped running via Union Hall Street, instead running via Guy R Brewer Boulevard along with the Q111 and Q113.[164][114]
  • Terminal loop in Jamaica rerouted in the late 1980s
  • Formerly operated by Jamaica Buses; originally Route B[282] and Route D;[288] replacement for Jamaica Central Railways' Jamaica–Far Rockaway trolley line.[283][284][290]
  • Rockaway−Nassau County portion of route began operation in September 1930.[285][88]
  • The full-route to Jamaica began operating on November 12, 1933.[283]
  • Original terminals were 168th Street station in Jamaica and the Far Rockaway LIRR station (site of the current subway station).[286][88]
  • Service to Seagirt Boulevard began on April 20, 1952, following disruption of LIRR Rockaway service.[291]
  • Between 1985 and December 1985, southbound buses were rerouted from Beach Channel Drive and Mott Avenue to Nameoke Avenue and Central Avenue.[164][114]
  • Limited-stop service extended on Guy R. Brewer Boulevard, and expanded to Saturdays on March 12, 2007.[292]
  • Limited-stop service shifted onto Rockaway Boulevard between Springfield Gardens and Five Towns on July 3, 2011.[293]
  • Local service split into the Q114 on August 31, 2014.[87][294]
  • Formerly operated by Jamaica Buses as the local portion of the Q113.
  • Originally Route B[282] and Route D.[288]
  • Renumbered to Q114 on August 31, 2014, when limited service was introduced on 147th Avenue west of Brookville Boulevard. Local service along Guy R. Brewer Boulevard and 147th Avenue was replaced by the Q111.[87][294]
  • Local service was formerly late nights only; extended to evening hours on January 4, 2015.[295]

Former routesEdit

Below are the list of former Queens bus routes, including the previous route designations of current routes. Several route numbers for NYCTA buses in Queens and other boroughs were changed on July 1, 1974.[184] On December 11, 1988, when the Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station opened, some of the Brooklyn "B" routes that operate primarily in Queens were redesignated as "Q" routes,[296] and a number of other routes were renumbered or modified. Most of the former routes are operated by NYCTA; some were operated by private companies in Queens.

Route Terminals Major streets History
Q3A Became the Q83 on December 11, 1988
Q4A Became the Q84 on December 11, 1988
Q5A Rosedale Jamaica 243rd Street, Conduit Avenue, Farmers Boulevard, Merrick Boulevard
  • Between 1980 and 1985, the Q5AB was relabeled as a branch of the Q5A.[163][164] This route became the Q85 on December 11, 1988.
Q5AB Locust Manor LIRR station, Springfield Gardens Jamaica Bedell Street, Merrick Boulevard
Q5AS Rosedale Laurelton 147th Avenue, 225th Street
  • Originally numbered the Q5ALS;[297] discontinued on December 11, 1988
Q5S Became the Q86 on December 11, 1988. See below for more information.
Q9A Became the second version of the Q89 on April 7, 2008.[124] See below for more information.
Q10A Kew Gardens JFK Airport Van Wyck Expressway
  • Six trips to JFK Airport only in weekday morning hours, express service;[144][261][298] became Q10 Limited stop service in 2006.
  • Originally operated by Green Bus Lines then MTA Bus in 2005.
Q12A Became the Q79 on April 15, 1990.[214] See below for more information.
Q14
Flushing–Main Street Whitestone Union Street, 149th Street, 150th Street
Q17A Became the Q30 on December 11, 1988
Q18X Service began on August 2, 1971,[300] and later became the X18, and then the X68 on April 15, 1990[214]
Became the second version of the Q69 on April 20, 2008.[124]
Q19B
Became the second version of the Q49 on April 20, 2008.[124]
Q20X Service began in October 1971,[301] and later became the X20, and then the X63 on April 15, 1990[214]
Q21A Far Rockaway East New York, Brooklyn[302] Edgemere Avenue, Cross Bay Boulevard, Pitkin Avenue, Linden Boulevard
Q22A
Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue subway station, Far Rockaway Bayswater Mott Avenue
Q24
First version
Grand Avenue Woodside 65th Place
Q24X Service began in October 1971,[301] and later became the X24, and then the X64 on April 15, 1990[214]
Q32
First version
Creedmoor Psychiatric Center[306][307] Queens Village LIRR station[306][307] Winchester Boulevard;[306] 222nd Street and Jamaica Avenue (original route);[308] Hillside Avenue and Springfield Boulevard (post-1945 route)[306]
  • Began operation in 1930 under Lund Coach,[309] before being transferred to Nevin-Queens Bus Corporation on July 4, 1934.
  • From February 17, 1935,[95][96]:589 to November 9, 1936, the route was operated by North Shore Bus Company.[97]
  • Z&M Coach Company then operated the route until June 30, 1939,[98] and North Shore Bus Company again until city takeover in 1947.[306][307]
  • Sunday service on the Q32 was discontinued on February 3, 1957.[160]
  • On June 25, 1959, the Board of Estimate requested that the NYCTA hold a public hearing on the proposal to discontinue the bus route.[310] The public hearing was held on July 6, 1959, and the route was discontinued on July 27, 1959 due to low ridership.[307] In 1958, only 3,258 passengers used the route, down from 14,148 in 1954.[311]
Q33A Astoria
Ditmars Boulevard station[304][305]
Jackson Heights/East Elmhurst[304][305] Ditmars Boulevard
Q35
First version
Flushing–Main Street College Point/
Whitestone
Linden Place, 127th Street, 14th Avenue[313][314]
Q44A Became the Q46 on April 15, 1990.[214]
Q44B Whitestone
Parsons Boulevard and 14th Avenue[321] or Whitestone Expressway and 15th Avenue[112]
Malba
Third Avenue
147th Street[112]
  • "Malba Shuttle" or "Malba Gardens Line"[322] on Parsons Boulevard
  • Franchise approved September 14, 1950;[322] began service on October 9, 1950.[323]
  • Saturday service was eliminated on September 26, 1959.[324]
  • Between 1980 and 1985, northbound buses were rerouted off of 147th Street between 12th Avenue and 3rd Avenue
  • On September 21, 1989, the NYCTA held a public hearing for its proposed discontinuation of the route. Speakers at the public hearing said that ridership on the route would increase significantly if it ran during middays, and that some people would have to walk at least a mile to get to stops on the Q44. The 2.1 miles (3.4 km)-long route ran between Third Avenue near the Whitestone Expressway and 14th Avenue and Parsons Boulevard.[325] The route was scheduled to be discontinued due to low ridership; it was used by an average of 67 to 95 passengers per day.[326] Service on the route ran between 7 and 9 a.m. and 2:48 and 7 p.m., and did not operate on weekends. The route ran 18 trips per day, and was well below the MTA's loading guidelines. Within the following two months, the proposal was sent to the MTA board for approval.
  • Discontinued in 1990; was to become the Q71 on April 15, 1990
Q44FS Became the Q20 on April 15, 1990.[214]
Q44VP Became the Q74 on April 15, 1990.[214] See below for more information.
Q45 Jackson Heights The Shops at Atlas Park Roosevelt Avenue,
69th Street,
Calamus Avenue,
80th Street
Q45X Rego Park
Woodhaven Boulevard & Queens Boulevard / Rego Center[327]
Middle Village
69th Street
Eliot Avenue
Corona
98th Street and 60th Avenue[304]
Q46
First version
Sunnyside Corona Roosevelt Avenue, 111th Street
Q49
First version
Richmond Hill Jamaica Jamaica Avenue
Q50
First version
Middle Village
69th Street
Elmhurst
Woodhaven Boulevard & Queens Boulevard / Rego Center
Eliot Avenue
Q51 Astoria
Ditmars Boulevard station[304][305]
Jackson Heights / East Elmhurst
82nd Street[304][305]
Ditmars Boulevard
Q52
First version
Became the Q19B (now current Q49); operated by Triboro Coach Corporation.
Q57 Queensbridge
21st Street and 41st Avenue
LaGuardia Airport
  • Operated by Two Borough Express Incoporated, a subsidiary of Triboro Coach. The subsidiary was created to simplify bidding for the route, which did not receive a public subsidy. Within the contract for the one-year franchise for the route was a clause allowing for the cancellation of the route with a six months' notice, included in part because of the fear of subway crime on the part of the president of Two Boroughs Express. The president hoped to give the route at least a year, and hoped that the route would be used by at least 2,000 passengers per day.[331] Six buses were bought from Triboro Coach for the service. It cost $122,000 to start up the service.[332]
  • Service began on September 17, 1990 with a $5 fare and operated between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m., every 20 minutes and 7 days a week.
  • Nicknamed "QT" bus route, with the QT short for LaGuardia Express Quick Trip.
  • The bus followed a 6.1 miles (9.8 km)-long route, and took 20 minutes to complete a trip.
  • The route was marketed toward business travelers looking for a cheaper way to get to the Airports, and was intended to be an alternative to cabs and airport buses from Manhattan.
  • Discontinued in May 1991.
Q65A
Became the Q64 on September 2, 2007.[333]
Q69
First version
Hunters Point Ferry[144] Long Island City[144] Borden Avenue, 49th Avenue
Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike subway station Queens College Vleigh Place, Main Street, Kissena Boulevard, Melbourne Avenue[144]
  • North Shore Bus Company began operating the Q44VP on October 14, 1940
  • Renumbered to the Q74 on April 15, 1990.[214][140]
  • Discontinued on June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[299]
Q75
Jamaica[212] Oakland Gardens Hillside Avenue, 188th Street, 73rd Avenue, Springfield Boulevard, 69th Avenue, Cloverdale Boulevard[144][212]
  • Service was begun, by the New York City Board of Transportation, on a temporary basis on April 28, 1952, before permanent bus service started on May 4, 1952.[212]
  • Sunday service was discontinued on February 3, 1959.[160]
  • On September 12, 1979, the NYCTA held a public hearing to propose eliminating Saturday bus service because of their low usage and to save $60,000 annually. This was proposed as part of a series of cuts to save $1.4 million.[334]
  • On December 11, 1988 the route was extended from 179th Street station to the 165th Street Terminal in conjunction with the opening of the Archer Avenue Line.
  • On June 15, 1989, a public hearing was held on the planned elimination of Saturday service. Saturday service ran every 30 minutes between 5:30 a.m. and 1:20 a.m.. The average ridership on Saturday was five passengers per trip. The NYCTA noted that there was frequent bus service on alternate routes. The annual cost saving was $72,000.[335]
  • In December 1990, local officials stated that the route could be one of the routes to be cut by the NYCTA as part of its $25 million citywide cut in bus service and asked the president of the NYCTA to hold a public hearing. While a TA spokesman denied that the Q75 was part of the plan, the head of Amalgamated Transit Union local 1056, Jerry Fancher, said that he saw an interdepartmental memo saying that service on the route would be cut.[336]
  • On February 4, 1991, a public hearing was held on the planned span reduction on the Q75, which was to be part of the 1991 Service Plan. At the meeting, the public requested that midday service be maintained to provide a connection to shopping and the subway. Some suggested that it be replaced by an extension of the Q65A, but this was dismissed since it was operated by Queens Surface.
  • While the original proposal called for greater cuts on the route, the proposal presented to the MTA Board in May 1994 affected fewer passengers. The proposal would have eliminated late evening service between 9:00 p.m. and 1:20 a.m., which was only used by 15 passengers, or an average of fewer than a person per trip. The proposal was set to go into effect in September 1994, limiting the route's hours of operation to 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., saving $100,000 annually.[337]:D.4–D.7
  • Discontinued on June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[299]
Little Neck LIRR Station Floral Park Little Neck Parkway
  • Sunday service was discontinued on February 3, 1959.[160]
  • Formerly Q12A; renumbered on April 15, 1990.[140]
  • Discontinued on June 27, 2010 due to budget crisis.[299]
  • Route restored by select extended Q36 weekday trips in January 2013.[33][338]
Q80 South Jamaica
Sayres Avenue and Merrick Boulevard
South Ozone Park
Lefferts Boulevard and Linden Boulevard
Linden Boulevard
  • Experimental bus route for three months from September 8, 1969 to December 1969.[339][340]
Q86 Rosedale Francis Lewis Boulevard
  • Service began in 1951. Ran from the Rosedale Station to 257th Street and 148th Ave.[112]
  • On November 29, 1956, the NYCTA approved a large slate of cuts in bus service citywide to take effect January 22, 1957. Initially, this route was planned to be discontinued as part of the changes. However, due to requests by the Queens Borough President and civic groups, the cut was averted. Instead, free transfers were made available at the terminal in Laurelton.[129] Sunday service was discontinued on February 3, 1957.[160]
  • Originally Q5S; renumbered on December 11, 1988.
  • Discontinued in 1996 due to poor ridership.[341]
Q89
First version
Elmhurst
Queens Boulevard and Broadway
Jackson Heights Broadway, Baxter Avenue, 81st Street, 82nd Street[112][182]
Q89
Second version
South Ozone Park Jamaica
165th Street Terminal
Lincoln Street, Linden Boulevard, Merrick Boulevard
  • Formerly operated by Green Bus Lines as Q9A.[144][261]
  • Extended to 165th Street Bus Terminal on October 30, 1989.[113][114][115]
  • The new route was proposed in March 1986 to serve the newly opened South Jamaica Multi-Service Center. Service was initially planned to operate from Mondays through Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.. The New York City Board of Estimate was scheduled to vote on the proposed route in April 1986. Service was to be operated between 132nd Place and Rockaway Boulevard to 168th Street and Archer Avenue, running via Rockaway Boulevard, Lincoln Street, Linden Boulevard, Merrick Boulevard and Archer Avenue.[342]
  • Service on the route was scheduled to begin around May 1, 1986, as soon as signs designated the route's stops were installed along the route by the Department of Traffic. Service on the route started after an agreement was reached between Green Bus Lines, the city's Bureau of Franchises and Community Board 12. The Board had sought the creation of the new bus route to help riders traveling between St. Albans or Cambria Heights and South Ozone Park. The Q9A began service operating on weekdays only between 8:30 a.m. an 5 p.m.. Unlike the initial proposal, service began at Lincoln Street and Rockaway Boulevard. In both plans, service made no stops between the turn onto Merrick Boulevard and the terminal.[343][344]
  • Under MTA, became the Q89 on April 7, 2008.[124][345]
  • Discontinued on June 27, 2010 due to a budget crisis.[346]
  • Operated one trip per hour in each direction between 10 AM and 5 PM weekdays;[261][298][345] only bus route in New York City to not serve any subway or rail stations along its route.[144]
Q99 Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer subway station, Jamaica 169th Street subway station, Jamaica
  • Service began on March 12, 1989 in response to an out-of-court settlement brought by the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce.
  • Due to low ridership, it was discontinued on September 9, 1990.[347][113][348]
Q100
First version
Long Island City
Borden Avenue and Jackson Avenue
Woodside
51st Street and Northern Boulevard
Jackson Avenue, Northern Blvd
  • Operated by Steinway Omnibus from September 29, 1939 (renamed Steinway Transit in 1959) until it was discontinued circa 1988; daily franchise run during most of its operation.
  • The existing Q66 and B62 routes cover most of this route.
Became the Q100 on April 6, 2008.[124]

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