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(U)Broadway-7 AV]Rush Hours

Local ]205 st,Bronx-Euclid AVE Brooklyn;Express in Manhattan;local in Bronx and Brooklyn;some rush tips to/from E180 ST

 

(U)Broadway-7 AV}Midday

Local }205 st,Bronx-Euclid AVE Brooklyn;Express in Manhattan and Bronx;local in Brooklyn.

 

(U)Broadway-7 AV}Evenings

Local }205 st,Bronx-14 ST,Manhattan;Express in Manhattan;Local in Bronx

 

(U)Broadway-7 AV}Weekends

Local }E 180 ST,Bronx-14 ST,Manhattan;Express in Manhattan;Local in Bronx

(U)Broadway-7 AV}Late nights

Local }E 180 ST,Bronx-Times Square/St

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You can't run a line on both the A Div and B Div.

Hey, it's his fantasy. ;)

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If you guys look carefully on the map at the(A) line I could have sworn it look like the (JFK)express line was reinstated lol.

 

Holy hell, you're right! Lmao

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The U should take advantage of the 2nd Ave/IND 63rd Connection to Queens.

 

U Queens-Second Ave Local

Jamaica-179th St to Hanover Square via IND 63rd St.

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Now this look like an interesting line,but what R-type can run this line across two divisions with two different type of measurements?

 

Maybe an IRT car with gab fillers installed in the car floor.

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You can't run a line on both the A Div and B Div.

 

Yes you can run IRT trains on BMT/IND tracks. You'll just end up with a 12 inch gap between the platform and train (IRT trains being 18 inches narrower, the gap on each side will be 9 inches plus the current 3-4 inches or so).

 

EDIT: Didn't notice Mark's comment about the gap fillers. That should probably work.

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Yes you can run IRT trains on BMT/IND tracks. You'll just end up with a 12 inch gap between the platform and train (IRT trains being 18 inches narrower, the gap on each side will be 9 inches plus the current 3-4 inches or so).

 

EDIT: Didn't notice Mark's comment about the gap fillers. That should probably work.

 

Hence the reason you can't run a LINE on both A Div and B Div. I never said anything about the rolling stock. Besides the fact that the lines don't physically connect. Especially that junction at TSQ, and the one at Yankee Stadium.

 

That is, without something drastic like gap fillers on every platform, or like Mark said, on the cars themselves.

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Hence the reason you can't run a LINE on both A Div and B Div. I never said anything about the rolling stock. Besides the fact that the lines don't physically connect. Especially that junction at TSQ, and the one at Yankee Stadium.

 

That is, without something drastic like gap fillers on every platform, or like Mark said, on the cars themselves.

Or possibly ether converting the IRT platforms to IND/BMT or vice versa. But still a lot of money for that..

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Or possibly ether converting the IRT platforms to IND/BMT or vice versa. But still a lot of money for that..

 

Again, drastic.

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I think the U is just like a UFO but on rails, could probably change shape and run on any line in the system. Probably it would also be operating R-URO cars, built by Universal Studios.
LMFAO:tup:

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