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Bushwick Bill

What does OPTO S mean?

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I think the "S" is for Stop, just like in some stations there are no 4, 6, 8, and 10 signs only an "S".

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the OPTO S sign means stop here only when the train is being operated by the train operator only (no conductor)

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I can't say I ever seen a one person train before.

 

does the MTA still run one person trains if so when/where?

 

if not when did the MTA stop running them?

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its the place where the OPTO trains stop. and yes they are for the G, which only has one guy in the front and he serves as both the train operator and the Conductor.

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I can't say I ever seen a one person train before.

 

does the MTA still run one person trains if so when/where?

 

if not when did the MTA stop running them?

 

More info here.

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its the place where the OPTO trains stop. and yes they are for the G, which only has one guy in the front and he serves as both the train operator and the Conductor.

 

The (G)eorge is only OPTO on the Weekends...

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the OPTO S sign means stop here only when the train is being operated by the train operator only (no conductor)

 

Negative that "S" means ALL car classes which run on that particular line stop there it has nothing to do with the train is OPTO or not.

 

Remember the (F)ox has been rerouted on the (G)eorge Line from time to time.

 

Hope that clears it up for you.:cool:

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Negative that "S" means ALL car classes which run on that particular line stop there it has nothing to do with the train is OPTO or not.

 

Remember the (F)ox has been rerouted on the (G)eorge Line from time to time.

 

Hope that clears it up for you.:cool:

i stand corrected, i thought it meant an "only OPTO" stop. yes i forget S does mean all car classes stop otherwise the sign would just say OPTO, or 6, 8, 10, etc. thanks for clearing it up

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