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How about the triboroRX? Bayridge to phelam bay pk?

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How about the triboroRX? Bayridge to phelam bay pk?

 

That is one long train ride lol...i hope its express in Brooklyn, Manhattan and The Bronx!

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(Y)-Broadway EXP: coney island-stillwell av to 71st forest hills

*runs on sea beach line LCL then on the (R) into Manhtn going onto the 63rd st connector after 57th st/7th av and finally onto Queens blvd running LCL to 71st

 

(U)-Broadway LCL: coney island-stillwell av to astoria-ditmars

*runs on the brighton line LCL then on (W) to Queens

 

(N)-Broadway EXP: whitehall st to astoria-ditmars

 

(R)-Broadway LCL: stay as is

 

***this service would be meant for weekend service and maybe into a future weekday service (Q) and (W) service will be suspended weekends, late nights and holidays***

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(Y)-Broadway EXP: coney island-stillwell av to 71st forest hills

*runs on sea beach line LCL then on the (R) into Manhtn going onto the 63rd st connector after 57th st/7th av and finally onto Queens blvd running LCL to 71st

 

(U)-Broadway LCL: coney island-stillwell av to astoria-ditmars

*runs on the brighton line LCL then on (W) to Queens

 

(N)-Broadway EXP: whitehall st to astoria-ditmars

 

(R)-Broadway LCL: stay as is

 

***this service would be meant for weekend service and maybe into a future weekday service (Q) and (W) service will be suspended weekends, late nights and holidays***

 

no way dude, i like my (Q) the way it is.

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Soitenly! I would have the (8) Train. The (8) would begin at East Harlem-125th Street connecting with the (Q) and the (T). It would run via a new Harlem River Tunnel and via Third and Webster Avenues to Gun Hill Road-White Plains Road.

 

At East 138th Street, there would be a transfer between the (8) and (6)<6> and at both East 149th Street and Gun Hill Road -White Plains Road there would be a transfer between the (8) and the (2)(5).

 

This line could benefit the Middle Bronx where the only train service today is on the Grand Concourse and Boulevard and on Westchester Avenue/Southern Boulevard. With transfers to the (2)(5)(6)<6>(Q) and (T), it could potentially help relieve Lexington Avenue.

 

It also would allow for the (Q) and (T) to possibly be extended to Lenox Avenue (Minister Malcolm X Boulevard) with a transfer to the (2)(3) or to Harlem-Saint Nicholas Avenue (Senor Juan Pablo Duarte) with a transfer to the (A)(;)(C)(D) which could benefit 125th Street (Right Reverand Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard).

Edited by EE Broadway Local
Remembering The (8)

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J-Jamaica Express

Jamaica Ctr-Parsons/Archer to West 145th

Via 6th Avenue Express/CPW Local

 

The people who know me VERY WELL, would know why I would choose the "J"

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That is one long train ride lol...i hope its express in Brooklyn, Manhattan and The Bronx!

Actually it wouldn't be that long. The line would go from Brooklyn to Queens to the Bronx without entering Manhattan using an existing ROW.

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