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R68ACTrain

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  1. @Deucey @Gong Gahou Thanks. I stand corrected again.
  2. It actually did start with the Lexington Avenue Subway.
  3. Can I please know about where you make the signs? I really want to make my own.
  4. The IND Subway opened in Winter 1940. It is also know as the "Independent Subway System". The current lines for the IND are the and Rockaway Park . The current subway cars that run on the IND Subway is the R32, R46, R68/A, R160A-1/2/B,/BS, and the Lemon R179. In the future, the is underway of starting the Kawasaki R211 in 2020. You guys can talk among yourselves.
  5. Dude how you insert pictures similar to that B Train Pic of urs.
  6. Just talking about the and part. That is SUPER true because, since 's are single tracked in the tunnel and and ridership has increased a dozen 50% and the has increased 35% ridership.
  7. Yeah but, if ENY commuters want the LIRR, they can take the to Lorimer. to Queens. Then to Jamaica Center
  8. It's so excruciating to her that workers are always getting tormented physically. This time beside my previous comment, a FEMALE train operator was physically punched in a face at Coney Island- Stillwell Avenue terminus while departing it on the line on Monday. Beside that fact that bus operators are protected by the NYSL, but motormen/women aren't. The report made it to News 12 this morning. She said that "I don't want my brothers and sisters to go through what I did on Monday." I forgot the operator's name but sh had a swollen and a purple eye. I just have no words for MTA crimes nowdays. Ridiculous.
  9. The IRT (Interborough) Subway was the first to open the subway in 1904 starting with the Lexington Avenue Line or current line in Manhattan. The IRT runs in all boroughs except Staten Island. The subway holds 7 Lines include 2 express ones and a nostalgia skip- stop that ended in Spring 2005. The lines are the and the legendary retired skip- stop train. The stocks of the IRT is the R62, R62A, R142, R142A, and the R188. The R262 is underway of being built during the IND/BMT's R211 delivery and debut in 2020. Also, remember 1993's first NTT? The R110A and R110B? Those retired. Talk among yourselves peeps.
  10. Elevator Replacement: In Effect from 1/5/19 to 1/31/20 will bypass 168th Street- Washington Heights due to elevator replacements. Alternate Services to trains: Ride an M5 bus to 157th or 145th Street stops on Broadway to transfer to a . riders can get off at 59th Street, 145 Street (walk 3 blocks), 181 Street, and 207th Street. Note: If riding to 207th Street, you can walk to the 207th Street or 215th Street stations for service and using your MetroCard.
  11. Isn't it the same problem at Franklin Avenue on the , , , and on the Northbound side? When a is leaving Nostrand and merges to Eastern Pkwy doesn't that delay a when it approaches Franklin? Or when a passes by the junction, the is sitting on the curve trying to enter Franklin but there's a in the way. I really wonder.
  12. If you knew what it meant, why did you even care to correct something that you know of already? Does that make sense to you?
  13. Just like when 2 workers were attacked with being poured with urine in their faces. One of them spoke out on News 12 while trying to pick up passengers from 138th and the Concourse on the Bx1.
  14. Everyone should just stop complaining about the same thing. Read the description. This is a GAME.
  15. If you understand that this is a game- type topic where we can redesign line however we want. Don't be coming here with your "(it's 2nd Avenue, not "LES"; that's a shorthand for a neighborhood)" shit. Let's see if you understand an acronym. Lower stands for "L", East stands for "E", and Side stands for "S". What does "L", "E", and "S" put together???? Oh wait... "LES". OMG did I know that Lower East Side's acronym is LES? Besides, if you know what station I'm referring to, why does that affect you so much to say some unnecessary stuff.

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