2009-04-24 / Community

B88 St Bus Stop Sign Finally Put Up


(r to l) Danny Ruscillo, President of the 100th Precinct Community Council, Phil Cicia of Beer House Beverages, and Neil Bress, proprietor of the Rockaway Beach Pawnbrokers pose by the recently installed bus stop sign on Rockaway Beach Blvd between Beach 87 and Beach 88 street that marks the end of the bus stop that begins on the corner of Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 88 street. The missing sign had been a bane to motorists who have been repeatedly ticketed for parking in a bus stop that, lacking the sign, ran the entire length of the block. Ruscillo had been working with the Department of Transportation since September of 2008 to correct the problem. As a result of the new signage, motorists will now be able to tell where the bus stop ends and avoid being unnecessarily ticketed. (r to l) Danny Ruscillo, President of the 100th Precinct Community Council, Phil Cicia of Beer House Beverages, and Neil Bress, proprietor of the Rockaway Beach Pawnbrokers pose by the recently installed bus stop sign on Rockaway Beach Blvd between Beach 87 and Beach 88 street that marks the end of the bus stop that begins on the corner of Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 88 street. The missing sign had been a bane to motorists who have been repeatedly ticketed for parking in a bus stop that, lacking the sign, ran the entire length of the block. Ruscillo had been working with the Department of Transportation since September of 2008 to correct the problem. As a result of the new signage, motorists will now be able to tell where the bus stop ends and avoid being unnecessarily ticketed.

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