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200 more countdown clocks coming new N.Y. bus stops

Posted on July 7, 2015

NEW YORK — The Daily News reported that the city’s Department of Transportation received an additional $1.4 million for new bus countdown clocks, giving the agency enough money to put them at more than 200 stops.

The “gizmo” got a test run on Staten Island two years ago and proved very popular. So far, just five bus stops in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island provide arrival times, though smartphone-equipped riders can track their bus on transit apps and the MTA’s Bus Time feature. For the full story, click here.

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