Co-op City residents demand MTA restore Bx26, Bx28 and QBx1 buses

Residents dealing with commuting problems in Co-op City are demanding that the MTA restore vital bus services. Community members addressed officials during a meeting at

Community members say they've been without vital transportation

Community members say they've been without vital transportation for three years.

THE BRONX - Residents dealing with commuting problems in Co-op City are demanding that the MTA restore vital bus services.

Community members addressed officials during a meeting at the Dreiser Loop Community Center in hopes of getting the Bx26, the Bx28 and the QBx1 buses rolling in their neighborhood again.

Residents say the buses were cut three years ago, leaving them with long wait times, difficulty reaching their destinations and less accessible subway stops.

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