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NYC residents say intercity buses flooding their neighborhood

Posted on June 12, 2014

Photo: Susan Sermoneta

NEW YORK — As dozen of long-distance buses flood the Lower East Side of New York, residents have begun to complain the buses are overwhelming the neighborhood, reported DNAinfo New York.

There are 71 intercity bus stops scattered throughout Manhattan, with more than one-quarter of that number located in the Lower East Side, according to the report. Residents’ complaints include crowded sidewalks, blocked fire hydrants and exhaust. For the full story, click here.

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