Bx28 riders say cuts are hurting service

Co-op residents say cuts to the MTA are leaving them waiting and frustrated at bus stops.Riders say the average wait for the Bx28 bus is

CO-OP CITY - Co-op residents say cuts to the MTA are leaving them waiting and frustrated at bus stops.

Riders say the average wait for the Bx28 bus is close to 45 minutes, while others say are unsure if the bus will arrive at their stop at times because no weekday evening schedule has been posted.

In a released statement, the MTA said it is currently reviewing ridership data to determine if service adjustments need to be made.

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