Bus riders in Brooklyn and Manhattan will soon be enjoying the same state-of-the-art rides as commuters in Queens and the Bronx.
The MTA has started rolling out these new buses on 14 lines in Brooklyn, and five in Manhattan.
They offer free Wi-Fi and USB charging ports, along with new safety features like pedestrian and collision warning systems.
Brooklyn is getting 86 new buses, while Manhattan will get 79.
All of the buses are expected to be in service by the end of the year.
The MTA is also retrofitting its existing bus fleet with Wi-Fi and USB ports.