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MTA Budget Cuts
Approximately 50 local bus routes are targeted in the budget proposal, falling in one of three categories: elimination, cancellation of weekday or weekend service.

More than 200,000 weekday and weekend riders use those routes, says NYC Transit's 2007 Subway and Bus Ridership Report, the latest available. The budget plan also calls for longer gaps between subway trains from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. Read More

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Brooklyn's 36th District
Bedford-Stuyvesant, the district that made history by electing the first black woman, Shirley Chisholm, to the U.S. Congress. Bed-Stuy is comprised of roughly 2,000 acres and houses 400,000 people, making it among the 30 largest American cities.

Bedford-Stuyvesant, generally referred to as Bed-Stuy, is the larger of New York City's two major black communities. Bed-Stuy is in Brooklyn Community District 3. Learn More

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