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  1. 8609 is back up and running. Currently working the S79+. I believe this was the LFS involved in an accident earlier this year.
  2. Haven't done this in some time, but here's everything so far for October weekends: NOTE: Some of these changes have already been mentioned in the above posts. Uptown service runs express from Chambers St to 34 St-Penn Station: Oct 23-26 Reduced service: Oct 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 Uptown service runs express in The Bronx: Oct 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 No service in Brooklyn; Operates to/from New Lots Av all weekend: Oct 2-5, 16-19, 23-26 Split service at 125 St; Trains run local in Manhattan: Oct 10-12 No service between East 180 Street and Bowling Green: Oct 3-4, 10-11 Split service; No trains between 149 Street-Grand Concourse and East 180 St: Oct 17-18, 24-25 Manhattan bound service is express in Queens: Oct 16-19 Downtown service runs express from 59 St to Canal St: Oct 9-12, 16-19, 23-26 Uptown service is express along CPW: Oct 16-19 Uptown express runs express from Canal St to 145 St: Oct 3-4 Reduced service: Oct 3-4 No Uptown service on 6 Av; Operates via 8 Av and CPW Local: Oct 2-5 Coney Island bound service is local in Brooklyn: Oct 3-4 Split service: No trains between 34 Street-Herald Sq and 9 Av: Oct 9-12, 16-19, 23-26 Operates via 6 Av and 63 St between 21 St and Delancey-Essex Sts; No service to WTC: Oct 2-5 Operates via 6 Av and 63 St between 21 St and W 4 St; Still runs to WTC: Oct 9-12, 16-19, 23-26 Service is local in Queens: Oct 3-5 Outbound service is express in Queens: Oct 10-11, 17-18; Manhattan bound: Oct 24-25 Operates via 8 Av and Cranberry Tunnel, both directions: Oct 2-5 No service between Church Av and Stillwell Av: Oct 2-5 No service between Broadway Junction and Rockaway Parkway: Oct 3-4 Split service; Section 1 operates between Ditmars Blvd and Stillwell Av via Lower Manhattan and Brighton express; Section 2, Between 36 St and Stillwell Av via Sea Beach: Oct 9-12, 16-19, 23-26 No service between 86 St and Stillwell Av: Oct 2-5 Reduced service; Brooklyn bound trains run local from 34 St to Canal St: Oct 3-4 Split service: No trains between Whitehall St-South Ferry and 36 Street, Brooklyn: Oct 9-12, 16-19, 23-26 (SIR) No service between St. George and Grant City: Oct 3-5 (SIR) No service between Great Kills and Tottenville: Oct 10-12
  3. These aren’t necessarily incorrect destination readings, but I wanted to point them out as it’s related to the topic: S44 short turns to Post/Jewett Avs now display “POST AV” on top with “JEWETT AV” on the bottom where as before, they didn’t (at least on the Orion Vs and RTS when they were around). On the 2019 Nova LFS: The S94 displays “SI MALL (top) YUKON AV (bottom) just like the S44 and S61 do. Any bus before that would show this: S94 “LIMITED” —> “SI MALL”—> “YUKON AV”. Meanwhile, the S91 just shows “SI MALL” Some other SI routes that share terminals with different readings I’ve found odd are: S48: ARLINGTON/HOLLAND AV S98: MARINRS HBR Any route that goes to St. George: “ST. GEORGE FERRY S91, S96, S98: LIMTED —>ST GEORGE S54: ELTINGVILLE/RICHMOND AV S59: HYLAN BL S78: RICHMOND AV S89: ELTINGVILLE/HYLAN BLVD Fun facts: Before the S40/S90 were extended to Matrix Park: S40: GOETHALS RD N. via RICH TR S90: LIMTED—> GOETHALS RD via RICHMOND TERR S52: Went from SI HOSP —> SEAVIEW AV to both in one reading. S54: Used to read: W NW BRIGTHN, now it’s: W NEW BRIGHTON/RICHMOND TERR The S57 used to just read “NEW DORP“, now it reads: NEW DORP/MILL RD. S62: Many years ago, short-turns to CSI used to say: CANTRBURY AV S79: Before SBS: BAY RIDGE/86 ST STA Current: BAY RIDGE/86 ST STATION SI MALL—> via HYLAN I think it’s now STATEN IS MALL —> via HYLAN. EDIT: I just looked through all the pages of this thread and I see that @checkmatechamp13 mentioned some of these already.
  4. He’s referring to the one AM rush hour trip on the to goes from Bay Ridge to 96 St. I think that’s been happening since the extension opened.
  5. There’s nothing wrong with using the older codes. In fact, the original names are still used internally. It’s not worth stressing over.
  6. I would give this some time before it’s officially declared a transfer. I know someone mentioned spotted working the , but there have been times where cars moved and then returned to its original yard.
  7. It’s running hourly to coincide with the Staten Island Ferry, which also had its schedule reduced. Source: http://www.mta.info/status/subway/SIR/26478518
  8. Someone might be able to explain this better but, those codes were the programs and the reason for they show is either due to some R46 never receiving the upgrade or the update didn’t transfer to their LCD displays.
  9. 466 I think was involved in a derailment some years back. Not sure about 399.
  10. Reduced service for NJT routes are up: https://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=BusHolidaysExtraTo
  11. I’ve had a lucky streak with catching suburban NABIs lately: -5423 on the 25 this past Friday -5415 on the 37 (currently riding)
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