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Commuters: Gimme Shelter

Nyack, June 30 — Even the most dedicated public transportation enthusiast has to wonder about waiting for a bus in a driving rain or a biting winter wind. Now downtown Nyack bus commuters won’t have to think twice about the weather courtesy of a new bus shelter.

The shelter was installed this week near the M&T Bank at the corner of Artopee Way and Franklin Street.

“While it may seem a small thing to some, the lack of a bus shelter at that location was brought to our attention by a local resident who spoke for the community,” says Trustee Steve Knowlton.

The new shelter is adjacent to Nyack Plaza apartments and the Nyack Senior Center.

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“The Village Board was able to help meet a community need with financial assistance from Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee,” Knowlton says. “We know there is much more to do, but it’s certainly nice to see tangible progress every once in a while.”

See also: Rockland.LoHud.Blog, 7/1/2010

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