Increased Texas-to-NYC asylum-seeker bus trips.

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Volunteers say the number of buses transporting migrants from Texas to New York City has risen since the beginning of the month.

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It is believed that as many as eight buses a day unload their passengers at various locations across Manhattan.

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The former "one or two each day, three days each week" frequency has lowered to "one or two per day."

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The number of individuals who want help has climbed to six or seven per day, nearly every day, and sometimes even into the night,

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According to a worker from Team TLC NYC who works at the Port Authority Bus Terminal. This information was provided to The Post.

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Eric Adams, the mayor of Manhattan, said Thursday that seven buses full of refugees arrived at the bus station on Friday and "a few days ago" there were eight.

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Unknown where in Texas the Friday-departing buses went, although at least three arrived from El Paso, which is near Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

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