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Lower Manhattan Map: Spot the Error

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Still no transfer for the (1)(R)(W) @ South Ferry/Whitehall Street subway stations!

It does show that transfer. It shows the 1 as an accessible station too.

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From what I found on the map that the M15 going to City Hall turns from East Broadway to Park Row to City Hall. The map shows that the M15 turns from East Broadway to Worth St. Then to Lafayette St to City Hall. Going towards Harlem. The map shows that only the M103 runs along Park Row between City Hall and Worth St. But The M15 runs along Park Row on both directions and the B51 runs on Park Row going towards Fulton Mall.

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M15 City Hall Branch, B51.

M20 terminal is not on Little W/1st Pl. It's on Battery Pl after Holocust Museum.

 

It showing Wall St (4)(5) and Broad St (J)(M)(Z) connected.

It does not show NYWT taxi stop at Battery Park Slip 6,

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IIRC way back then....I remember seeing a transfer to the (2) and (3) trains @ Wall Street from the Lexington Avenue Line....idk if my eyes was playing tricks, but I did see a (2) and (3)transfer with the arrow pointing down!

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From what I found on the map that the M15 going to City Hall turns from East Broadway to Park Row to City Hall. The map shows that the M15 turns from East Broadway to Worth St. Then to Lafayette St to City Hall. Going towards Harlem. The map shows that only the M103 runs along Park Row between City Hall and Worth St. But The M15 runs along Park Row on both directions and the B51 runs on Park Row going towards Fulton Mall.

Correct! The M15 LTD from City Hall now runs on Park Row, as opposed to being sent down Frankfort Street, then turning up on Pearl Street (which becomes St James Place) and then enters East Broadway via Chatham Square. This map does not show these routes running via Park Row. It has been in effect for at least 2 or 3 years.

 

As some of you stated, Wall Street and Broad Street ARE in fact connected through the Equitable Building. There is not, however, a transfer passageway enabling J customers to switch to the 4 without paying an extra fare. If you go through the Equitable building and drop to the lower level, there are stairs leading to the subway. You will in fact face a passageway. The left is for Broad Street and the right is for Wall Street. The map does not distinguish the fact that there is NO transfer. But that is not wrong, though.

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