Free Rikers Island Bus Line Starts Up With Service From Harlem And Brooklyn

NY Daily News reports that visitors to Rikers Island have two new free travel options courtesy of the Correction Department.

The de Blasio administration Wednesday launched a free express bus service that leaves from designated spots in Harlem and downtown Brooklyn.

The two buses, driven by city Correction Department staff at a cost of $800,000 a year, will go straight to the jail complex. Currently, many of the 250,000 visitors each year rely on the Q100 bus accessible only in Queens.

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