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  1. could use mainly R46 and some R68/R68A borrowed but not sure because will also return to passenger service on Monday and using most of the Subway cars on Concourse and Coney Island Yards, could use some R46 and R160 they probably will use some R32. may still have enough cars of R143 and R160 to use. Like today was 100% R46 and used mostly R46 and a few R160 sets. uses less R46 sets and use more sets.
  2. Subway service is getting back to normal. and service will be return on Monday right?
  3. R32 will not die yet, Back for some more Action. It is such a shame with the R179 malfunctions, I guess they don't make quality trains like they use too.
  4. normally stops at 49th St. Glad to see the Subways getting back to normal.
  5. returns to Coney Island Stillwell Av, and Now the will not operate to this station on this Memorial Day Weekend including Monday. Running both directions from 179 St(Queens) to Church Av(Brooklyn).
  6. Current Subway Lines and Car Assignments In Active Service: R62A R142 R62 R142 & R142A R142A/R188 R46, R179 R68 R160 R68 & R68A R143/R160/R179 R143/R160 R160 R46/R68 & R68A/R160 Franklin Av R68 Rockaway Park R46 Subway Lines Suspended Until Further Notice: 42 St
  7. Yes I agree and because the Line need Express Trains and Local Trains during normal hours in between 6:00am and 11:00pm. Because of no service that means now they have Far Rockaway Trains running Express and Lefferts Blvd Trains running Local both directions in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Because I first thought they was going to have all Trains running Local all day with no Express service.
  8. I am glad that Far Rockaway is Express and Lefferts Blvd is Local. Because of no service.
  9. No service for awhile now so who will miss riding them or some other normal weekday services? I would really miss riding the especially on Brighton Express. Some others I will miss Express in The Bronx, Express in The Bronx, Express in Queens, Express in The Bronx.
  10. Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25, we plan to operate the MTA Essential Schedule, which preserves our AM and PM rush hours to get first responders and essential personnel where they need to go. Here are the details: Some lines and express routes will not operate during weekdays, but we're focused on maximizing capacity during rush hours and ensuring our crews' safety. While ridership has dropped by ~85%, we're preserving 75% of our typical weekday capacity. You may wait a few extra minutes on the platform, but every station will still be served. Some express services and branches on some lines will operate only local service. For full details, see http://new.mta.info/coronavirus. Here’s a summary: The B, W, and Z lines will not run. In the Bronx, D trains are making all local stops. On Central Park West, take a C train. In Manhattan, N trains are making all local stops. For service to Astoria, take an N train. In Brooklyn, J trains are making all local stops. We’ll continue to analyze service levels on a line-by-line, hour-by-hour basis to ensure this service plan gets essential employees to work while allowing for a safe social distance. Since there are unpredictable variables at play, our real-time arrival data and trip planning tools may not be always be accurate. Check http://MTA.info and the MYmta app, or @ or DM us here, before you go. Subscribe to email or text alerts at http://mymtaalerts.com.
  11. Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25, we plan to operate the MTA Essential Schedule, which preserves our AM and PM rush hours to get first responders and essential personnel where they need to go. Here are the details: Some lines and express routes will not operate during weekdays, but we're focused on maximizing capacity during rush hours and ensuring our crews' safety. While ridership has dropped by ~85%, we're preserving 75% of our typical weekday capacity. You may wait a few extra minutes on the platform, but every station will still be served. Some express services and branches on some lines will operate only local service. For full details, see http://new.mta.info/coronavirus. Here’s a summary: The B, W, and Z lines will not run. In the Bronx, D trains are making all local stops. On Central Park West, take a C train. In Manhattan, N trains are making all local stops. For service to Astoria, take an N train. In Brooklyn, J trains are making all local stops. We’ll continue to analyze service levels on a line-by-line, hour-by-hour basis to ensure this service plan gets essential employees to work while allowing for a safe social distance. Since there are unpredictable variables at play, our real-time arrival data and trip planning tools may not be always be accurate. Check http://MTA.info and the MYmta app, or @ or DM us here, before you go. Subscribe to email or text alerts at http://mymtaalerts.com.
  12. Modified Weekday schedule and because Subways are less crowded now.
  13. R211 could operate on since they currently use R46.
  14. They starting to use R32 more less.
  15. What happened to R179 from the are having issues now?
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