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10 hours ago, VIP said:

Coney Island yard only spared two sets of 160’s to Pitkin?! They should’ve sent them R46’s 😛

Looks like it was a sneak way to send more Siemens 160s to Jamaica.

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2 hours ago, darkstar8983 said:

I thought more of the lower numbered R160B Siemens cars were going to be rotated to Coney Island yard to keep 120 cars in Coney Island. And what happened to 8918-8922/8928-8932, which was running on the (N) a few days ago?

It was sent back to Jamaica. The train bolded was at C.I for maintenance and returned to service as an (F) . 

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Posted (edited)

7121-7125: Jerome Av (4) to Unionport (5) . Has the 2/5 map with upgraded lighting. 

R142 Nostrand Av/ Bronx pool -> 6301-6345, 6351-6715 (2) , 6716-7125 (5) 

 

(4) pool: R142 -> 1101-1250, 7126-7180 (21.5), R142A -> 7591-7810 (22) 

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16 hours ago, Calvin said:

7121-7125: Jerome Av (4) to Unionport (5) . Has the 2/5 map with upgraded lighting. 

R142 Nostrand Av/ Bronx pool -> 6301-6345, 6351-6715 (2) , 6716-7125 (5) 

 

(4) pool: R142 -> 1101-1250, 7126-7180 (21.5), R142A -> 7591-7810 (22) 

They’ve been swapping units very frequently. I don’t Know why either. 

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19 hours ago, Calvin said:

7121-7125: Jerome Av (4) to Unionport (5) . Has the 2/5 map with upgraded lighting. 

R142 Nostrand Av/ Bronx pool -> 6301-6345, 6351-6715 (2) , 6716-7125 (5) 

 

(4) pool: R142 -> 1101-1250, 7126-7180 (21.5), R142A -> 7591-7810 (22) 

 

3 hours ago, VIP said:

They’ve been swapping units very frequently. I don’t Know why either. 

With this particular fleet swap, I'm assuming maybe it has something to do with the lose of (R142 6346-6350) from the March 27 fire incident and to make up for it they acquired 7121-7125 from the (4).

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4 minutes ago, jon2305 said:

 

With this particular fleet swap, I'm assuming maybe it has something to do with the lose of (R142 6346-6350) from the March 27 fire incident and to make up for it they acquired 7121-7125 from the (4).

Isn’t 405 cars each for the (2) and (5) enough for both lines, given that the line only needs around 360-370 cars for normal rush hour service? Are the transfers of cars 7121-7125 meant to prop up their spare ratio after cars 6346-6350 after that fire?

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13 minutes ago, JeremiahC99 said:

Isn’t 405 cars each for the (2) and (5) enough for both lines, given that the line only needs around 360-370 cars for normal rush hour service? Are the transfers of cars 7121-7125 meant to prop up their spare ratio after cars 6346-6350 after that fire?

It's to replace 6346-6350 from the (2) incident. Also, the (4) has enough trains as the total calls for 36 out of 42 trains in passenger service. 

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5 minutes ago, Calvin said:

It's to replace 6346-6350 from the (2) . Also, the (4) still maintained their spare factor as the total calls for 36 out of 42 trains in passenger service. 

I know that, but I thought the (2) and (5) could get away with having only 40.5 trains each. Doesn’t the (2) and (5) also require 36 trains in service or a little bit more?

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4 minutes ago, JeremiahC99 said:

I know that, but I thought the (2) and (5) could get away with having only 40.5 trains each. Doesn’t the (2) and (5) also require 36 trains in service or a little bit more?

Just 36. 

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On 7/8/2020 at 10:33 AM, Calvin said:

R32s for (J)(Z) service: 3360-61, 3376-77, 3380-81, 3388-89, 3394-95, 3396-97, 3400-01, 3414-15, 3432-33, 3436-37, 3444:3777, 3454-55, 3460-61, 3488-89, 3500-01, 3512-13, 3514-15, 3520:3891, 3574-75, 3614-15, 3646-47, 3670-71, 3706-07, 3714-15, 3716-17, 3772-73, 3774-75, 3778-79, 3780-81, 3792-93, 3798-99, 3804-05, 3810-11, 3834-35, 3840-41, 3886-87, 3888-89, 3894-95, 3912-13, 3928-29, 3932-33 (9 8-car trains with a 4 cars to spare)

3404-5, 3430-1, 3628/3669, 3872-3, and 3419/3471, 3688-3689, 3471/3658, 3590-1 at ENY making the total to 11 8-car trains w. a 4-car spare. 

 

ENY has all their 4-car R160A units except 8649-8652 that's CBTC testing (8313-8648, 9943-9974)

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On 7/16/2020 at 12:30 AM, Calvin said:

3404-5, 3430-1, 3628/3669, 3872-3, and 3419/3471, 3688-3689, 3471/3658, 3590-1 at ENY making the total to 11 8-car trains w. a 4-car spare. 

 

ENY has all their 4-car R160A units except 8649-8652 that's CBTC testing (8313-8648, 9943-9974)

3548/3593 and 3896/7 also at ENY. They were seen on the (J) this week.

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8913-8917, 9088-9092: C.I to Jamaica 

C.I R160B Siemens units are all on the 9000 series: 9008-9012, 9023-9087, 9093-9102 (8 10-car trains)

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14 hours ago, Calvin said:

8913-8917, 9088-9092: C.I to Jamaica 

C.I R160B Siemens units are all on the 9000 series: 9008-9012, 9023-9087, 9093-9102 (8 10-car trains)

Jamaica probably wanted 8913-8917 So the car numbers are more uniform. I would have expected 9008-9012 to go instead of 9088-9092. So much for keeping 120 R160s in Coney Island, considering that Jamaica didn’t transfer out as many R46s and (prior to the pandemic and R179 issues), the R32s were being retired out with the R179s

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1 hour ago, VIP said:

9887-9883/9853-9857 & 9167-9163/8823-8827 Jamaica to Coney Island 

 

these are just loans, They probably gonna go back within a few days.

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On 8/1/2020 at 7:34 PM, Calvin said:

8913-8917, 9088-9092: C.I to Jamaica 

C.I R160B Siemens units are all on the 9000 series: 9008-9012, 9023-9087, 9093-9102 (8 10-car trains)

Which then got sent back to the (N) right now to Astoria-Ditmars

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here's all the R32's that are in service these are rotated between 207th and ENY :

3360/3361,3376/3377,3380/3381,3384/3385,3388/3389,3394/3395,3396/3397,3400/3401,3404/3405,3414/3415,3419/3740,3424/3425,3426/3427,3430/3431,

3432/3433,3436/3437,3444/3777,3454/3455,3460/3461,3471/3658,3472/3473,3488/3489,3500/3501,3512/3513,3514/3515,3520/3891,3548/3593,3574/3575,3590/3591,

3586/3587,3614/3615,3624/3625,3628/3669,3646/3647,3650/3767,3670/3671,3682/3683,3688/3689,3706/3707,3714/3715,3716/3717,3730/3731,3732/3733,3772/3773

,3774/3775,3778/3779,3780/3781,3782/3783,3792/3793,3798/3799,3804/3805,3806/3807,3810/3811, 3822/3823,3828/3829,3834/3835,3840/3841,3872/3873,3886/3887,
3888/3889, 3894/3895,3896/3897,3912/3913,3924/3925,3928/3929,3932/3933,3938/3939.




 






possible work service as these didn't pop up on the (J) yet (3938/3939 also didn't pop up on the (J)
3522/3523
3876/3877

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