M15 bus

Starbucks on Delancey Street Robbed at Knifepoint Days Before Knifing outside its Doors

Posted March 24, 2020 at 5:09 am

Coronavirus can’t curb crime on the Lower East Side. There were two knifepoint robberies last week in as many days, in and outside the Starbucks on Delancey Street. The first incident happened inside the coffee shop last Thursday (March 19) at noon. A robber took unspecified loot, and threatened an employee with a knife in […]

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Tell the MTA How You Feel About Changes to M14 Bus Route

Posted April 2, 2019 at 5:00 am

In two months, Department of Transportation and the MTA will drastically change the M14 bus route. It’s a new Select Bus Service plan that will eliminate several “local” stops along the line. Local politicians subsequently blasted the proposed changes to the crosstown bus line. They demanded supplemental local service similar to the M15 route along […]

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Southbound M15 Bus Service Restored to Allen Street at East Houston

Posted May 22, 2017 at 5:02 am

Downtown bus service is finally restored to the top of Allen Street. As of this week, the southbound M15 and M15 Select Buses have resumed pickup and drop-off service just south of Houston. The ticket terminals reappeared yesterday after a two-year absence from the block. You’ll recall that the M15 line was previously re-routed, beginning in January 2015, via […]

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Still no Cleanup a Month After City Bus Plowed through Allen Street Mall

Last modified November 22, 2016 at 8:32 am

It’s been a few days shy of a month since a southbound city bus barreled through the intersection of Allen and Canal Streets, seriously injuring a pedestrian. The other victim in that accident was the Allen Mall infrastructure – the steel fence and bench were equally mangled. Since the crash, seemingly no attention has been paid […]

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City Bus Crashes Into Allen Street Mall [PHOTOS]

Last modified August 7, 2018 at 10:37 pm

Oops. An M15 city Bus heading downtown crashed into the Allen Street Mall at Canal Street. The knee-high steel fence and a couple benches were annihilated. This photo, sent along by one of our readers, just says it all. Cause of the crash, which happened not too long ago, was not immediately known. Vision Zero […]

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M15 SBS Terminal Relocated from Allen Street Thanks to Neverending Roadwork

Posted February 19, 2015 at 5:10 am

There’s some new street furniture crowding the sidewalk outside the Subway sandwich shop on Chrystie. Yep, it’s the M15 Select Bus Service ticket terminal, uprooted and relocated from Allen Street to this spot due to the neverending East Houston reconstruction project. Bet the overlords at the newly-rebranded Chrystie (nee Avalon) aren’t too happy about this right […]

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M15 Bus Service Rerouted Thanks to Neverending Roadwork on East Houston

Posted January 26, 2015 at 9:08 am

The neverending clusterfuck of construction on East Houston apparently requires an army of machinery. At last count the embattled traffic artery now boasts eight backhoes and related equipment, positioned between Forsyth and Allen. In addition, a double wide shoulder was created outside the Sunshine Cinema. Such roadwork is wreaking havoc on traffic patterns with no end in […]

Crosstown Bus Debacle During Holiday Rush

Last modified December 21, 2012 at 1:21 pm

A funny thing happened on the crosstown bus as it approached Lexington Avenue. The M50 ended up half on the sidewalk stuck between a street sign pole and and a protruding truck. The intrepid bus driver exited the bus to inform the truck driver who was offloading movie gear into a building on 49th street […]

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Share Your Bus Commute Horror Stories

Posted November 1, 2012 at 6:30 pm

Did you head into work today? Tell us your stories about the commute. Just in walking around this morning, lines abounded for the major neighborhood bus routes like the M15.

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Dr. Pink Spreads Vaginal Love Around Lower East Side

Posted June 2, 2011 at 6:18 am

While Jim Joe continues his apparent hiatus, the vag-loving street scrawler Dr. Pink is filling in, having already terrorized the Lower East Side for quite some time.

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