A truck from Anchor Tank Lines parks in New York City’s Second Avenue bus lane at the 14th & 2nd bus stop at 8:30am this morning, at the height of rush hour. Two M15 buses – on one of the busiest bus routes in the United States – were forced to stop in the street to load and discharge passengers, at the inconvenience of riders and other drivers.
About the Author
Chris O'Leary is a transportation geek who has been reading and drawing maps since the age of 3. He thinks he knows far more than he does, but shares his somewhat informed opinions about mass transit, roads, and urban design here. He was born in Rhode Island and lives in New York City. He hates writing about himself in the third person.
He also writes about craft beer at Brew York, New York.
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