How many subway trains are there in New york?
There are 6,282 subway CARS with each train averaging between 8-11 cars
In the New York Subway why have the cars for the ABCD Trains not been updated like the EFML Trains have been?
No smoking in workplaces, bars, restaurants, hospitals, etc. No smoking in NYC parks, beaches and boardwalks. No smoking on public buses, in taxis, on subway trains, subway platforms, subway stations, subway staircases, even when it is outside. No smoking while pumping self-serve gasoline. No smoking under the age of 16.
Grand Central Station & Terminal are located at East 42nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. Grand Central Station is the subway station, where you can catch the 4-5-6 (the dark green line, aka the Lexington Avenue Line) or the S shuttle train to Times Square. Grand Central Terminal is the railroad terminal, for trains that are not part of the New York City subway system (like MetroNorth commuter trains).
No, you cannot take the subway to Greenwich from New York City. But you can take the subway to the MetroNorth stations, and then take MetroNorth Railroad to Greenwich. See the Related Link below for MetroNorth schedules and fares. You will need to click the icon on the RIGHT, the one that says "Click for lines EAST of Hudson - Harlem, Hudson, New Haven." MetroNorth trains depart from Grand Central Station, and from East 125th…
Trains, in the past and still today, often carry cargo. Things like coal or granite may be transported on a train rather than on a plane because of the amount of space they take up and because of their weight. Trains also can carry passengers, such as the underground train known as the subway in new york and several other forms of trains throughout the world.
The New York City subway system doesn't have a name. It's just, "the subway." The individual lines are assigned colors, and the trains on those lines are assigned numbers or letters: the A-C-E (the blue line), the 1-2-3 (the red line), the G train (the light green line), the 4-5-6 (the dark green line), the B-D-F-M (the orange line), the J-Z (the brown line), the 7 train (the purple line), the N-R-Q-W (the yellow line)…
Yes. NYC has an extensive subway system with 24 lines serving all boroughs except Staten Island. In addition, New Jersey Transit, Long Island Railroad and Metro-North trains have service between NYC (Penn Station for NJT and LIRR, Grand Central for Metro-North) and the surrounding areas. Amtrak trains also stop in Penn Station.