I always end up reconstructing line dances when I have a relevant gig coming up. This time it's the Dance Flurry, where I will be teaching an entire session of disco line dances a month or so from now.
This is another short line dance, only twenty-four beats long. There are many, many dances called some version of "Bus Stop" -- it seems every city or perhaps every club had its own special one. This is not the only dance I have found that's called the New York Bus Stop!
The source for this particular version is Let's Disco, no author given, published in 1978 by K-tel International, Inc. It's slightly unusual in that the quarter-turns at the end of each iteration are to the right rather than to the left and occur in mid-dance rather than at the end.
New York Bus Stop (24 beats)
Side touches to the right (touch R side, close, touch R side, close with weight)
Side touches to the left (touch L side, close, touch L side, close with weight)
Triangle touches (touch R forward, touch R side, touch R back)
Kick-ball-change (kick R forward, close R to left, step L in place; repeat)
Turn and touch (R forward, turning 1/4 to the right, touch L side to complete turn)
Cross, touch, cross (cross L over R, touch R side, cross R over L)
Back, back, cross, touch (back L, back R, cross L over R, touch R beside L)
Repeat as many times as needed for the music, making a quarter turn to the right at the end of each repetition.