Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Bus Terminal
|Williamsburg Bridge Plaza
New York City bus station
|Address||Broadway & Havemeyer Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York
|Line(s)||7 Brooklyn routes, 2 Queens routes|
|Platforms||6 bus bays|
|Owned by||Metropolitan Transportation Authority|
|Operator||New York City Transit Authority|
The Williamsburg Bridge Plaza is a major bus terminal located at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, one block west of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278). It is situated by the boundaries of Broadway, Havemeyer Street, Roebling Street and South 5th Street, south of the LaGuardia Playground. It contains six bus lanes and serves as a terminal for the many MTA New York City Transit Authority bus routes of Brooklyn and Queens that start and end their runs there.
This bus terminal is near the Marcy Avenue subway station on the BMT Jamaica Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of Marcy Avenue and Broadway, which is served by the J, M, and Z trains.
New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) is planning to renovate this terminal. The project will bring new benches, a sleek, glass-paneled indoor waiting room, public restrooms and widened sidewalks to the eight bus lines serving in the terminal. This project is still in planning stage. NYCDOT officials planning to construct in spring 2014 and open in summer 2015.  
Local bus routes
|1||B39||Lower East Side, Manhattan
Delancey Street and Allen Street
Williams Avenue and Flatlands Avenue
170th Street and Jamaica Avenue
|Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Avenue U and Flatbush Avenue
Knapp Street and Emmons Avenue
Select Bus Service
Knapp Street and Emmons Avenue (full route)
or Avenue U and Nostrand Avenue
Greenpoint Avenue and Manhattan Avenue
|Q59||Rego Park, Queens
63rd Drive and Queens Boulevard
at 63rd Drive ( trains)
|B32||Long Island City, Queens
44th Drive and 21st Street
at Court Square ( trains)
|B62||Long Island City, Queens
South 8th Streets
Boerum Place and Livingston Street
- Meredith Hoffman (October 10, 2013). "Transit Hub by Williamsburg Bridge to Get New Restroom, Waiting Area". DNAinfo.com. Retrieved November 2013.
- Tanay Warerkar (October 11, 2013). "City unveils plans for bus plaza near Williamsburg Bridge". NY Daily News. Retrieved November 2013. "Will bring indoor waiting room, restrooms, better lighting, benches and more to barren concrete plot that services nearly 200,000 riders each weekday."
- NYCDOT (June 19, 2012). "Nostrand Avenue / Rogers Avenue Select Bus Service". NYCDOT. Retrieved November 2013. "p.14 Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Construction"