Brookhill’s New Bus Traffic Routes: Working, For The Most Part

bus wrong direction brookhill tlsVIDEO: As a follow-up to yesterday’s bus traffic jam, TLS went down to the large development to see if the buses would actually follow the new instructions given to them by the Board Of Education’s Transportation Department. For the most part, traffic this morning has improved tremendously and a traffic jam was averted, as planned by Committeeman Lichtenstien.

However, some buses apparently didn’t get the message or have not yet reviewed the new map, and exited through the proposed entrances.

According to the new proposed route, buses should not be exiting through Lucerne Drive or through Engelberg Terrace, but through E. Kennedy Boulevard, as shown in the map.

Committeeman Lichtenstien says he will be contacting the appropriate parties this morning to ensure the new routes are followed correctly.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. This has nothing to do with any new traffic pattern. I saw loads of buses coming and going the wrong way. This problem only occurs when there is a simcha in any of the shuls and when there is snow on the ground. Lichtenstein did not do anything to help this situation. If he really wants to help, he would listen to the people, who made the request, and find a solution, i.e. parking on one side only, which would solve the issue permanently. TLS should find some REAL news to print.

  2. Reply to Mr. Baloney: Actually traffic in throughout Brookhill is a DAILY problem. The situation was only exaggerated yesterday and every time there is a simcha in the area. As “Shmoe Guram” (no pun intended) you obviously don’t do your homework. Thank you TLS. It’s good to know we can rely on someone for the whole truth…

  3. why don`t they send own 3 police officers tomorrow to stand by the entrances and instruct the busses. The next day they should come give tickets (unless they can`t find an ordinance).

  4. this town is getting sicker by the year! for some reason the town aproved the developer to build this development with such narrow streets, in stead of turning every thing upside down why cant they simply put up signs on one side NO PARKING ANY TIME, and have the police enforce it, the way it is on most narrow streets in lakewood

  5. To #4 That’s a great idea, lets tie up 3 police officers because people can’t figure out a simple plan like go in one way and out the other. A monkey can figure that out, and yes it’s only a temporary solution but if the people that lived there would put their vehicles in the driveway that would eliminate most of the problem…….

  6. Busses should be desiganted by developement not school meaning one bus will pick up all the boys in one development and drop them off at each school! and another for the girls! there will be a total of 2 busses driving through each developement. Brilliance!

  7. The LPD can’t write buses a ticket as its not an ordinance, further this one way in/out deal should be limited to the morning hours. I have no trouble going east down Engleberg in the late afternoon.

  8. I’m a brookhill resident and can tell you the answer is both 1 sided parking and one way for busses. Tell all these guys to walk to the shuls they built without parking instead of littering our streets with their cars. Stop being so lazy and get some exersize

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