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Arrive at the bus stop minutes early to avoid missing the bus. Please note that certain schedules vary according to the day of week or route direction. Saturday and Sunday routes and times may also vary. Please feel free to download the most recent schedule for your convenience. Go around the pond and turn left at the light, continue to the Mid Mall Stop. Leave and turn left at the stop sign to a left up the ramp across from Dicks Sporting Goods.
Washington Avenue Pier
Turn right at the top of the hill and turn right around Crossgates Mall to the light that will take you to Wal-Mart in Crossgates Commons. Turn left and go under the overpass and follow road to the first left after the pond.
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Go up the hill and turn right at the Garden Center and continue to the bus stop near the wheelchair cut-out. Do not go past the yellow pole. Leave Wal-Mart stop via left at the last isle at the end of the Garden Center fence at the yellow pole and turn left on the perimeter road back to the pond.
Washington Street (Manhattan)
At the current location of the World Trade Center site , Washington Street once ran through a neighborhood called Radio Row , which specialized in selling radio parts. The neighborhood was demolished in , when the area was condemned to make way for the construction of the World Trade Center. Because Washington Street is so far west, public transportation in the immediate area is scarce.
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The crosstown M8 bus crosses Washington Street in both directions, westbound on Christopher Street and eastbound on West 10th Street; the crosstown M21 bus runs south on Washington Street between Houston Street and Spring Street before turning back east. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Accessed August 25, City in the Sky.
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