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danig1220

COVID-19 Subway Cuts

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Dear NYC Transit Fans of the internet,

 

Because of COVID-19, the MTA is losing money, which could lead to service cuts.

Rules are,

Choose which lines to cut back and to change. Then show the replacement.

Foe example, let us use the IRT. 

*) Rush hours only

**) All hours.

(1) - no change, frequency cuts, limited short turns.

(2) - Harlem-148* or Wakefield** to New Lots Ave. Local, all times. For service to Flatbush Avenue, use (4). Lexington Avenue and Bowling Green service eliminated 
(3) - Eliminated. For service to 148th Street, use (2)
(4) - Woodlawn - Flatbush Avenue. Local, all times. For service between Franklin Avenue and New Lots Avenue, use (2).

(5) - Dyre Avenue to 180th Street** or Bowling Green*. Express in Manhattan.

(6) - Express service discontinued. Frequency cuts.

(7) - Super-express service discontinued, Limited express service.

(S) (Time Square) - discontinued, use (7) or M42

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Rules are.....

Why though....

There's already that Subway - What if thread, if you wanted to make a game out of this.... If the "what if" scenario is actually a reality, then coming up with a solution/suggestion still lies within the merits of that game.

Very misleading thread title.....

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1 minute ago, B35 via Church said:

Why though....

There's already that Subway - What if thread, if you wanted to make a game out of this.... If the "what if" scenario is actually a reality, then coming up with a solution/suggestion still lies within the merits of that game.

Very misleading thread title.....

This for if the MTA reaches financial levels worse than between 2008-2010,

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1 hour ago, danig1220 said:

This for if the MTA reaches financial levels worse than between 2008-2010,

his point still stands...

regardless of whatever logic you're proposing you could easily bring it up in the what if thread. and the title like he pointed out is misleading because it implies that the MTA is actually considering such a move. 

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1 hour ago, Kamen Rider said:

This is just another fantasy thread, plain and simple. We don’t need another one.

Apparently we do.... and there's to be no criticism of any kind in it either!

 

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