So its been awhile since I actually post a blog entry. So here’s one I had to write about. As of 5/25/2014, The MTA New York City Transit M60 Local Bus has been discontinued and has now become a LIMITED Stop Select Bus Service. For those who don’t know, Select Bus Service is where you pay your fare off a machine on the streets and you MUST show your receipt on the bus so you can go through or get a $100 fine. The M60 Local bus debuted in 1992 and back then used RTS Buses. Now today, M60 contains ONLY Novas LFSA (Articulated Buses). I remember riding the M60 as a little child to the airport back when I was probably 5-13 years old with dad. The bus ride was a good experience. Even though the M60 is still running as a select Bus Service, it won’t be the same anymore. However I was lucky enough to ride the very LAST M60 Local Bus to ever run before it became Select Bus Service. It was a night I’ll never forget and was able to ride whats now history.
Farewell M60 Local Bus