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The Amsterdam Depot was located in the block bounded by Amsterdam Avenue, Convent Avenue, and 128th and 129th Streets in Manhattanville, Manhattan. The MTA shut down the Amsterdam Depot's bus operations on September 7, 2003, the day the new 100th Street Depot opened. The depot was part of the Manhattan Division until spring 1998, when it was transferred to the Bronx Division due to the opening of the Michael J. Quill Depot and the closure of the Walnut Depot.[1] The depot was once a Third Avenue Railway car barn.[2] On January 6, 2008, MTA reopened the depot temporarily because of the rehabilitation project taken place at the Mother Clara Hale Depot.

Types of busesEdit

All buses are 40 feet long, 102 inches wide, and are fully ADA compliant. This roster is accurate as of January 2008.

Year Manufacturer Model Numbers
2006  Orion  07.501 Hybrid  6758-6789
2009 Orion  07.501 Hybrid  3828-3839, 3882-3904
2010-2013 NovaBus LFSA 1233-1285, 5784, 5822-5824, 5323-5324

Bus routes served by the Mother Clara Hale Bus DepotEdit

Standard Routes: M1. M7, M35

Articulated Route: M15 +Select Bus Service+

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

MTA Regional Bus
Other Information Bus models used in New York City Transit and MTA BusMetroCardMass transit in New York CityOfficial MTA New York City Transit page

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