The question, said Rich Barone of the Regional Plan Association, is not whether there will be diversions from one transit mode to another.
That often happens in “transit-rich areas.”
“The Second Avenue Subway is going to divert people off the buses to trains,” he said. “The BQX is going to divert people off buses. And the BQX, it will probably divert some folks — a limited number of folks — that take the ferry to go in between stops in Brooklyn."
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