A New Coalition Committed to Curbing congestion in New York City

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  • Posted: 10:38 PM, Nov 26, 2019 Updated: 10:38 PM, Nov 26, 2019 By:Greg Mocker MANHATTAN — Beginning Friday, the city of New York will prioritize pedestrians during around one of the busiest spots for holiday visitors. A new group called BUS4NYC that was created to advocate for private bus carriers, tours and charters will be watching the new configuration. During the holidays, 49th and 50th Streets between 5th and 6th Avenues will be open to pedestrians alone during the most congested hours. These streets will be closed between 2 p.m. and midnight from Monday to Thursday, 1 p.m. and midnight on Friday, and...
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  • https://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ny-oped-what-buses-and-their-riders-deserve-20191204-cqsi6tzf7jerhec4m6swhh7ine-story.html By GLENN EVERY and ANDREW LYNCH NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |DEC 04, 2019  Our roads are too crowded with cars, including Uber, Lyft and other for-hire services, and our subways are struggling. Add the annual crush of trucks delivering Christmas presents and you might as well walk. But so many proposed solutions to the transit crises ignore — or even harm — the easiest, cheapest and most obvious solution: the bus. We know buses don’t quicken the pulses of many alternative-transit advocates, nor do they elicit much passion, even from those who ride them. A bus is hardly romantic. But making our streets...
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  • PHOTO (L to R): BUS4NYC VP Patrick Condren, BANY President Camilla Morris, BUS4NYC President Glenn Every, NYCDOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, BUS4NYC Board Members Andrew Lynch, Bob Brisman and Chairman Mike Horak. (New York, NY – October 30, 2019) — To fight New York City congestion, sometimes you have to go “back to the bus.”  That’s exactly what over two dozen of private operators of public transportation highlighted at a forum hosted by BUS4NYC and the Bus Association of New York State (BANY) Tuesday afternoon on operating a bus in New York City and the issues bus operators face from lack...
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  • September 06, 2019 | by Glenn Every Mass transit watchers are eagerly anticipating who will be appointed to the six-person Traffic Mobility Review Board, which was embedded in last April’s state budget deal outlining the framework for instituting a congestion pricing tolling system around Manhattan’s Central Business District (CBD). All but one member (which is selected by the Mayor) will be appointed by the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (TBTA). While two appointees will represent Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North interests, we strongly believe one of the other appointees must speak for another critical – yet often maligned – form of public...
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  • Congestion Suggestion: Get on the Bus! One bus takes 55 cars off the road, alleviating traffic on NYC streets Bus advocacy group releases music playlist of songs to get commuters in the bus-traveling mood (New York, NY – September 2019) – School kids aren’t the only ones that should hop on the bus every day, it’s time to urge the adults to get on the bus. BUS4NYC, a nonprofit advocacy coalition of private bus operators, has put together a Spotify playlist to get commuters to BUSt-A-Move by boarding aboveground mass transit. The publicly available playlist entitled, “BUS4NYC Get on the...
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  • Re: Intro 1557 New York City Council Committee on Transportation June 12, 2019 Good afternoon Speaker Johnson, Chairman Rodriguez and distinguished members of the Committee on Transportation. My name is Glenn Every, and I am the President of a newly formed trade organization, BUS4NYC. I am also the owner and operator of a company that has provided bus service in New York State for more than 50 years. BUS4NYC is a New York City-based advocacy group comprised of private bus company owners and related businesses and associations promoting the industry as a viable transportation solution and local economic driver. Our...
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  • New York, NY (April 1, 2019) – Today, BUS4NYC President Glenn Every made the following statement regarding passage of the congestion pricing agreement in Albany: “On behalf of BUS4NYC, which represents private bus operators, associations and related businesses committed to reducing congestion in New York City, we applaud the Governor and legislative leadership for prioritizing public transportation – the economic engine powering our region. As the MTA eventually implements congestion pricing, we hope all buses will be viewed as a congestion solution (per the recommendation from the Fix NYC Panel Report) and be exempt from the program, because each operating...
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  • New York, NY (March 26, 2019) – Crain’s New York Business – A coalition of commuter, charter and tour buses has shifted into high gear as Albany and City Hall debates threaten operators’ bottom line. The membership of the newly formed Bus4NYC is made up of existing industry groups, including the American Bus Association and the Bus Association of New York; commuter route standbys, such as Coach USA and Adirondack Trailways; Hampton Jitney; tour runner CitySightSeeing NY; and several smaller charter services. Read more at Crain’s New York: https://www.crainsnewyork.com/transportation/bus-operators-circle-wagons
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  • New York, NY (March 25, 2019)— Today, a new coalition comprised of private providers of public transportation and related businesses and associations – representing millions of annual passenger trips to and from New York City – announced the launch of BUS4NYC, an alliance promoting the bus industry as a viable transportation solution and critical economic engine powering the regional business and tourism marketplace. The group will raise the industry’s profile in NYC through a sustained education outreach and public awareness campaign, as BUS4NYC members seek out supportive public policies that will encourage the growth of the private bus company industry...
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Academy Bus, Adirondack Trailways, American Bus Association (ABA), Bus Association of New York State (BANY), Big Bus New York, Coach USA, DeCamp Bus Lines, Gray Line CitySightSeeing NY, Hampton Jitney, Lakeland Bus Lines, Lancer Insurance, National Express Transit, Starr Bus & Transit, Tonche Transit, Trans-Bridge Lines, United Motorcoach Association (UMA), West Point Tours and Minnesota Charter Bus Operators Association

Media Contact

For more information about the BUS4NYC Coalition, please contact:


Patrick Condren (917) 836- 3685 

George Lence (212) 938-0003

Josh Knoller (212) 938-0836






BUS4NYC 28 West 44th Street, Suite 301 New York, NY 10036

"The panel recommends that all buses, taxis and FHVs be exempt from the zone charge."

Pg. 22 from Fix NYC Advisory Panel Report.