List of Express Bus Routes in New York City

List Of Express Bus Routes In New York City

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) operates a number of express bus routes in New York City, United States. Express bus routes operated by MTA New York City Transit, or under contract by Atlantic Express, are assigned an express (X) prefix, while those operated by MTA Bus Company are assigned multi-borough (for instance QM) prefixes.

Below is a list of all express bus lines operating within the City of New York. The one way fare, payable in coins or MetroCard, is US$5.50. Discount fare media is available.

Unless otherwise indicated, routes run Monday through Friday only.

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