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Inside The IRT City Hall Station!


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did you have on a dark blue jacket yesterday? I saw a person standing between cars I want to say it was city hall near around 12ish to 12:30pm? If that was not you then that makes two idiots that ride like that:mad:

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3 times i had went south ferry loop on the 5 line.

 

 

people who ride south ferry loop on 5 line.

 

that wil be better.

 

but how can MTA NYCT find out who riding on the south ferry

loop on the 5 line.

 

(6) Brooklyn Bridge

 

(3) East 180 street

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3 times i had went south ferry loop on the 5 line.

 

 

people who ride south ferry loop on 5 line.

 

that wil be better.

 

but how can MTA NYCT find out who riding on the south ferry

loop on the 5 line.

 

(6) Brooklyn Bridge

 

(3) East 180 street

 

And now did you manage to ride the South Ferry Outer Loop on the (5) and not get caught?

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did you have on a dark blue jacket yesterday? I saw a person standing between cars I want to say it was city hall near around 12ish to 12:30pm? If that was not you then that makes two idiots that ride like that:mad:

 

no, i took this on the 19th.

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1 thing i have to say:

 

 

Lexington Avenue line is maybe the worst line:

 

 

homeless people are getting rise up up to 70%.

 

in midtown between 42 street grnd centrl to bowling green.

 

but everyday each week when i take the 6 line.

 

I see homeless perosn sleeping in the 6 line car.

 

when the 6 line go out of service.

 

where does the homeless people go.

 

why isnt NYPd doing anything.

there many homeless person sleeping the subway station;

why dont they live homeless shelter.

 

1. people have right to go around southferry loop.

just like people go around city hall loop

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So why can I ride the City Hall loop?

 

Because the Brooklyn Bridge loop IS revenue trackage. When a train goes into the Bridge loop, it MUST come out on the side and it MUST do it fairly quickly, otherwise it starts backing up traffic on the road. When a train goes into Bowling Green loop, it does not have to come out at Bowling Green; for that matter it doesn't even have to come out again anytime soon, as the road can be sent to Brooklyn while it sits in the loop.

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