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The Q38 is a bus route, currently operated by MTA Bus, that runs from Coronamarker to Forest Hillsmarker, going through Rego Parkmarker, Middle Village, and Elmhurstmarker.

Q38 History

The Q38 was originally started by the Affiliated Bus Transit Corporation, and was acquired in 1936 by Triboro Coach Corporation. Triboro Coach has since ran it until its takeover in 2006 by MTA Bus, and as of this writing it is still being operated by MTA Bus.

Q38 Fleet

The Q38 is based from the LaGuardia Bus Depot. The Q38 used to consist of Orion 5 CNG's and RTS's until MTA's takeover; now it has Orion 7 Hybrids and RTS's.

Where the Q38 goes

Going Northbound to Corona, The Q38 starts at 108th Street and 62nd Drive, and goes down 62nd Drive, all the way until Queens Blvd. Then it turns onto Queens Boulevardmarker, and goes one block down and then turns on 63rd Drive. Then it will go up 63rd Drive, past Woodhaven Boulevard where 63rd Drive turns into Penelope Avenue, until 77th Place, where it will then turn and go for a block and turn on Furmanville Street and then turn on 75th Place, then Juniper Valley Road, then 69th Street, then onto Metropolitan Avenue, where it will go down past the Metro Mall to Fresh Pond Road, where it will then go for a few blocks, then turn on Eliot Avenue. The Q38 will continue to go down Eliot Avenue until Woodhaven Boulevard, then go down Woodhaven, past the Queens Center Mallmarker where it turns into 59th Avenue, then down 82nd Street, 57th Avenue, 98th Street, Christie Street, 99th Street, 60th Avenue, then finally to its terminus at Otis Avenue in Corona and the Long Island Expressway.


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