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Brandon

I thought they were going to have something tantamount to a "paid area", so couldnt they check people at the "bus platform", and not get on the bus (or slow it down) at all?

Alon Levy

Jarrett: you really shouldn't credit me - I found this out through Cap'n Transit and confirmed this with a friend who's a railfan and lives in the Bronx.

Brandon: no, the SBS in New York was never intended to have paid areas. It's proof of payment, as is standard on BRT systems in the first world (but in Latin America, paid areas predominate).

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