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The Map - Updates for March 2009

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MTA Updates the Map:

 

http://mta.info/nyct/maps/submap.htm

 

PDF Version: http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/subwaymap.pdf

[Please have Adobe Reader installed or alternative PDF reader]

 

Changes:

 

-Linking of (1)(R)(W) at NSF/Whitehall

-Rockaway (S) and (A) line route flip, before this one the (A) dotted was first the the (S) was second

-Expanded ADA access

-In PDF the (S) Rockaway is Blue (The Line), dunno why :confused:

-PDF- The old Box of Service Changes on the (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) on the bottom has been removed

 

 

and thats about it.

 

Check it out :) And pick up at your local NYC Subway station, when available

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Why is the (S) Rock Shuttle blue (.pdf version, as you said)? Not talking about when it was the (H). It's always been depicted with a gray line as the (S). Sheesh, interns...

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Why is the (S) Rock Shuttle blue (.pdf version, as you said)? Not talking about when it was the (H). It's always been depicted with a gray line as the (S). Sheesh, interns...

 

Probably a miscoloration. The MTA trusts interns for such important things as this?

 

Note that the (1)(R)(W) line maps haven't been updated to show the new connections at SF, nor accessibility.

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Probably a miscoloration. The MTA trusts interns for such important things as this?

 

Note that the (1)(R)(W) line maps haven't been updated to show the new connections at SF, nor accessibility.

 

Yea I just check them, it ill take em time. Does whitehall street has ADA ?

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MTA Updates the Map:

 

http://mta.info/nyct/maps/submap.htm

 

PDF Version: http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/subwaymap.pdf

[Please have Adobe Reader installed or alternative PDF reader]

 

Changes:

 

-Linking of (1)(R)(W) at NSF/Whitehall

-Rockaway (S) and (A) line route flip, before this one the (A) dotted was first the the (S) was second

-Expanded ADA access

-In PDF the (S) Rockaway is Blue (The Line), dunno why :confused:

-PDF- The old Box of Service Changes on the (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) on the bottom has been removed

 

 

and thats about it.

 

Check it out :) And pick up at your local NYC Subway station, when available

 

i noticed on the station names there were no routes on them, is that a new thing? or this is just for this version of the new map? and i still dont get why for special ruch hour service like the (:) to Bedford Park or (5) to flatbush ave & nereid ave they stopped using the diamond symbols ex. <5>?

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The MTA trusts interns for such important things as this?

 

It's an old joke on this forum; probably hasn't been brought up for months.

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Why is the (S) Rock Shuttle blue (.pdf version, as you said)? Not talking about when it was the (H). It's always been depicted with a gray line as the (S). Sheesh, interns...

 

Not always.

I'm looking at a map from 2002 right now, and the Rockaway (S) is blue.

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-Rockaway (S) and (A) line route flip, before this one the (A) dotted was first the the (S) was second

This makes sense, because the way it was before, the (A) line appeared to turn into the (S) line after Broad channel, and the new <A> looked like a separate shuttle.

-Expanded ADA access

I noticed that this includes Cortlandt St. ("southbound only"!)

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Yea I just check them, it ill take em time. Does whitehall street has ADA ?

 

Whitehall Street is not a wheelchair accessible station. That station has no elevators.

 

Only the new South Ferry station is fully complied ADA.

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