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New Transfer at Court Square


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For those of you who don't know, the new transfer between the (7) and the (E),(M), & (G) at Court Square offically opens tomorrow, June 3rd, 2011.

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For those of you who don't know, the new transfer between the (7) and the (E),(M), & (G) at Court Square offically opens tomorrow, June 3rd, 2011.

 

Yeah! About damn time.:tup:

 

Sounds like Citibank being hard A@ses in their talks with the (MTA). At least now (7) riders now got a transfer to/from the (E)(M) and (G) without having to brave the weather in brutal cold or hot temps.

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This trip was the last subway trip with my Flip video camera! It has now completly stopped working. I am expecting to get a new Camera by June 28.

 

Anyway, I will upload the videos & pictures later. The connection doesn't seem that special. Actually, its pretty short. Just 1 escalator ride.

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This trip was the last subway trip with my Flip video camera! It has now completly stopped working. I am expecting to get a new Camera by June 28.

 

Anyway, I will upload the videos & pictures later. The connection doesn't seem that special. Actually, its pretty short. Just 1 escalator ride.

 

At least the transfer point between the (7) and (E)(G)(M) isn't a maze like some transfer points.

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Have not been there yet. From pics here that statement is true.

 

Was there today -- definitely not a maze compared to other transfers, Especially considering distance.

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There's worse. There's always Fulton St. :)

 

I feel sorry for the fool who uses Fulton St to transfer between the Lexington and Seventh Avenue lines. I make that unfortunate mistake when I first started taking the subway. Never again. While I didn't get lost or anything, my feet were bone-tired after all that up and down crap.

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I feel sorry for the fool who uses Fulton St to transfer between the Lexington and Seventh Avenue lines. I make that unfortunate mistake when I first started taking the subway. Never again. While I didn't get lost or anything, my feet were bone-tired after all that up and down crap.

 

That walk will most certainly get you into shape if you need to use that transfer.

 

I presume that transfer will get easier with the new transportation center.

 

Anyway, it's great to have the new transfer done ((7)/(E)/(G)/(M)), which is LONG overdue.

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(MTA) - A new transfer links the G Line at Long Island City-Court Square with the Court Square Station on the 7 line and the Court Square-23rd Street Station on the E and M lines.

 

A ribbon-cutting ceremony this week marked the expansion of the Court Square Subway Station Complex to include a more convenient transfer option for Queens riders. This transfer is projected to benefit approximately 20,000 customers each weekday significantly impacting a growing residential area. A major part of the project was Citigroup's construction of a direct enclosed free transfer between the Court Square 7 and Long Island City-Court Square Stations on the E, G and M. Customers no longer need to leave the system and re-enter with their MetroCards to make this transfer.

 

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