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Lexington/63rd and the Second Avenue Subway

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Yesterday, I took the subway for the first time in weeks. Before I got on the (E), I noticed that there was a poster (sorry, no link, I searched) that said that for the next year, the (E), (F), and (M) will face reroutes due to reconstruction of the 53rd Street tunnel and construction of a link from the Lexington/63rd station to the Second Avenue Subway. I'd still rather have a transfer to the (6), but at least there will finally be a transfer available at Lexington/63rd. Ridership will definitely increase at that station (and maybe even take a load off the (E) ).

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Yesterday, I took the subway for the first time in weeks. Before I got on the (E), I noticed that there was a poster (sorry, no link, I searched) that said that for the next year, the (E), (F), and (M) will face reroutes due to reconstruction of the 53rd Street tunnel and construction of a link from the Lexington/63rd station to the Second Avenue Subway. I'd still rather have a transfer to the (6), but at least there will finally be a transfer available at Lexington/63rd. Ridership will definitely increase at that station (and maybe even take a load off the (E) ).

 

Sorry FG this topic was recently discussed in length. Link is below.

 

http://www.nyctransitforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=27516

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There will be, I believe, a cross platform transfer between the (Q) and the (F) and the Third Avenue access will be opened.

Good since this would be the only station between 72d and 55th Streets.

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