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bus countdown clocks

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Park Slope »

A Brooklyn councilman says LinkNYC should map bus arrivals for stops without countdown clocks.

Dongan Hills »

The countdown clocks were installed at stops along the S79, S78 and S53 routes.

Midtown East »

The new clocks will include real-time bus arrival information.

Ditmars »

Other winning projects include solar panels for the Steinway Library and a STEM lab for a local school.

Bed-Stuy »

The new signs are set to be installed at the B25 stops at Fulton Street and Utica Avenue.

Long Island City »

A plan to improve the road's biking network won the most participatory budgeting votes.

Upper West Side »

Thousands of residents voted for projects that will receive $990,000 in participatory budgeting funds.

Stapleton »

State Sen. Diane Savino announced she allocated $350,000 to install at least 18 clocks in her district.

Oakwood »

Councilman Steven Matteo allocated $200,000 to countdown clocks to bus stops.

Battery Park City »

About 13 countdown clocks will be installed on two Lower Manhattan bus routes in 2015, officials said.