checkmatechamp13 2,465 Posted July 27, 2010 Share #1 Posted July 27, 2010 Should there be a 1st Avenue station on the 53rd Street ((E)/(M) and 42nd Street ((7)/<7>) line. Obviously, the MTA is facing a budget deficit, but how feasable and worthwhile would it be as a future capital project? The advantage would be that it would provide a direct connection to the 2nd Avenue Line at the 2 stations instead of having a very long passageway that also connects with the Lexington Avenue Line. The station on the 42nd Street Line would be even more useful, as it would serve the United Nations, and, combined with the extension to Javits Center, would really save the MTA money by not having to run as much M42 service. So what does everybody think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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