The Queens Village Depot is a Queens Division Depot located on 97-11 222nd Street between 97th and 99th Avenues in Queens Village, Queens. The MTA began acquiring land for the depot in 1968. The depot was opened on September 8, 1974, and it is on the site of what was Dugan's Bakery. Upon opening, the depot received many former North Shore Bus Company routes from the existing Casey Stengel and Jamaica Depots, and relieved overcrowding at those depots. In 1979, the buses from the depot tested a radio-based real-time information system called the "Radio-Data-Locator System", precursor to MTA Bus Time. The depot was renovated in 1987. The depot stores around 250 buses. It has 202,178 square feet (18,783.0 m2) of space. The Queens Village Depot building won an Award Honor for engineering excellence from the New York Association of Consulting Engineers.

Fleet operation history:Edit

RTS (1980's-2016) 

Orion V (2003-2005)

Orion VII Gen I (2004-present)

Orion VII Gen II+ (2016-present)

Orion VII NG. Hybrid (2014-present)

Orion VII 3G (2011-2013)

2011 Nova Bus LFS (2011-present)

2011 XD40 (2011-2013)

2015-16 Nova Bus LFS (2015-present)

Express RTS (1980's-2005)

Express Orion V (2001-2006)

MCI 102 (2009-2011)

MCI D45 (2002-2015)

MCI CL (2007-2010)

MCI CT (2013-present)