Project LiNk-Redefining Little Neck Parkway Bus Service

Current Improvements The MTA is implementing new changes to the Q36 Little Neck branch inspired by Little Neck LiNk after Labor Day. These include tethering bus departures to Peak PM train arrivals as well as redesigning the Little Neck terminal of the Q36 to be more conducive to commuting (through bus stop balancing and reversing… Read More Project LiNk-Redefining Little Neck Parkway Bus Service

Little Neck LiNk-Changes to Q36 Bus Service and Looking Ahead

On June 1, the Queens Community Board 11 received a letter from MTA New York City Transit containing the MTA’s response to the Little Neck LiNk campaign. I am elated to reveal that the Little Neck LiNk proposal, through the efforts of the Community Board, the Eastern Queens Greenway, and, most importantly, all of you who have voiced your support for the proposal and signed the change.org petition, has inspired improvements for the current Q36 bus service.… Read More Little Neck LiNk-Changes to Q36 Bus Service and Looking Ahead

The Little Neck LiNk: A Proposal for Revitalizing the Little Neck Parkway Bus Corridor

The Little Neck Parkway bus corridor is the only longitudinal bus connection east of Alley Pond Park, and its current schedule does not meet the adequate needs of our communities. This proposal extends the Q46 up Little Neck Parkway to the LIRR station and increases the operation hours of weekday Q36 service, so that the Little Neck Pkwy bus corridor can be made useful for those commuting to and from work. Saturday Q36 service will also be introduced to Q79 levels, so that people can participate in community events without the added cost and stress of parking.… Read More The Little Neck LiNk: A Proposal for Revitalizing the Little Neck Parkway Bus Corridor