The New York City subway system doesn't have a name, other than, "the New York City subway system," which is self-explanatory.
New York City Subway was created in 1863.
First leg of the New York City subway was opened in 1904.
New York City Subway
Informations about where to obtain a copy of the NYC subway map can be found on the official websites of New York City, New York transportation or New York Subway. It is possible, to find informations about this on every subway station.
See the Related Link below for a complete New York City subway map.
At 31 miles, the A train is not only the longest New York City subway line, but the longest subway line in the world.
Gibbs - New York City Subway car - was created in 1904.
Queensboro Plaza - New York City Subway - was created in 1917.
There's vending machines on the subway platforms.
No. NYC subway operates in NYC.
New York City transit services offers a subway system and buses. The subway is call "NYC Transit Subway" and the bus systems are "New York City Transit" and "MTA Bus".
In New York City, there are currently 468 subway terminals. These stations serve more subway lines than any other system throughout the world.
There are Subway resturants in New York that have their own menus. There are also resturants that have menus in close proximity to subways in New York.
Subway Dreams - 2006 was released on: USA: 17 March 2006 (New York City, New York)
That Store in the Subway - 2001 was released on: USA: 17 March 2001 (New York City, New York)
World's Fair - New York City Subway car - was created in 1938.
South Ferry loops - New York City Subway - ended in 1977.
South Ferry loops - New York City Subway - was created in 1905.
Any subway station token booth.
The first New York City subway line was the IRT, aka the Lexington Avenue Line. Today it is called the 4-5-6, or the dark green line. The second New York City subway line was the BMT, aka the Broadway line. Today it is called the 1-2-3, or the red line.