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Is It True About The <7>?


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Due to constant midday G.O.s, usually there is a (7) in one direction and a <7> in the other direction, with no (7) in the direction that the <7> is running. So, in a sense, the normal <7> is canceled middays to accommodate the G.O. <7>.

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I heard that trains run all local during the midday hours because of a complaint that riders were getting 10 minute service during the early afternoon well into the shoulder hour (3-4 PM), when they should be getting <5 minute service.

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Due to constant midday G.O.s, usually there is a (7) in one direction and a <7> in the other direction, with no (7) in the direction that the <7> is running. So, in a sense, the normal <7> is canceled middays to accommodate the G.O. <7>.

 

Although nowadays, the (MTA) no longer posts both GO's. For example, if the midday <7> is Manhattan-bound, they will say that Manhattan-bound (7) trains skip 111, 103, and so on. However, they no longer say that Flushing-bound <7> trains run local.

 

Unless noted, all other trains that have a regular midday express run still do the express run.

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