From the NY Post:
About 110 bus routes will be eliminated or reduced and the W and V lines will vanish after the MTA board approved a massive slew of service cuts today, ushering in longer wait times and less options for millions of straphangers.
In all, 87 local routes and 23 express routes will be affected.
The V line will be eliminated, and the M will be rerouted on its old route in Manhattan and Queens to replace it.
The W is also eliminated, and the Q will replace it in Astoria. N service will switch to local stops in Manhattan.
The G will be cut to stop at Court Sq. at all times.
"Letter" subway lines and the 1 line will run about 2 minutes slower on the weekends.
As many as 18 more riders will have to cram onto trains, which will slow the 1, 7, A, L, F, and J lines.
MTA officials and board members said they have no choice but to make the cuts.
The budget shortfall was caused by Gov. Paterson's reductions in direct aid and state bean counters miscalculating how much tax revenues would come to the agency.