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j express

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  1. 3230-3237 is now in service on the
  2. 3070-3073 is doing burn in on the now and it’s coupled with 3146-3149 from ENY
  3. Looks that way for now. I saw 8 R179s on the today but only 3 R32s on the and 1 R46 on the .
  4. Anyway. I wonder where 3070-3073 will end up if 3230-3237 is doing burn in right now.
  5. Don’t be so sure. Anything can happen in Transit.
  6. I think it has to do more with the placement of the switches between West 8 St and Coney Island.
  7. I thought 3230-3237 will be an 8 car test train since 3230-3233 arrived first
  8. R142As return to the on some of the upcoming weekends but they are not going to Pelham Bay Park.
  9. Saw 3 sets of R46s on the today. I wonder how many sets of R46s run on the on a daily basis now
  10. I won’t be surpised if they do a summer swap between the and again this summer. With the being R32s R46s with the one 10 car R179 train. The could be half R46s and half R179s. It’s possible but who knows
  11. There is no decesion yet on the R42 future assignments
  12. The basically primary serves Dyre Av line by itself and south of East 180 St it shares tracks with the and . Looking at the ridership figures, the Dyre Av stations get low ridership on weekends compared to lines like Pelham, White Plains Rd, and Jerome. So I can see why the MTA reduces the to every 20 minutes when there is work on Lex.

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