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List of New York City Subway stations

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The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that serves four of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New York: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Operated by the New York City Transit Authority under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York, the New York City Subway is the busiest rapid transit system in the United States and the seventh busiest in the world, with 5.225 million daily riders. The system's 472 stations qualifies it to have the largest number of rapid transit stations in the world.

Three rapid transit companies merged in 1940 to create the present New York City Subway system: the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT), the Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT), and the Independent Subway System (IND).

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New York City Subway

New York City Subway

The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system owned by the government of New York City and leased to the New York City Transit Authority, an affiliate agency of the state-run Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). Opened on October 27, 1904, the New York City Subway is one of the world's oldest public transit systems, one of the most-used, and the one with the most stations, with 472 stations in operation. Stations are located throughout the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.

New York (state)

New York (state)

New York, officially the State of New York, is a state in the Northeastern United States. It is often called New York State to distinguish it from its largest city, New York City. With a total area of 54,556 square miles (141,300 km2), New York is the 27th-largest U.S. state by area. With 20.2 million people, it is the fourth-most-populous state in the United States as of 2021, with approximately 44% living in New York City, including 25% of the state's population within Brooklyn and Queens, and another 15% on the remainder of Long Island, the most populous island in the United States. The state is bordered by New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south, and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont to the east; it has a maritime border with Rhode Island, east of Long Island, as well as an international border with the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the north and Ontario to the northwest.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is a borough of New York City, coextensive with Kings County, in the U.S. state of New York. Kings County is the most populous county in the State of New York, and the second-most densely populated county in the United States, behind New York County (Manhattan). Brooklyn is also New York City's most populous borough, with 2,736,074 residents in 2020.

Manhattan

Manhattan

Manhattan is the most densely populated and geographically smallest of the five boroughs of New York City. The borough is also coextensive with New York County, one of the original counties of the U.S. state of New York. Located near the southern tip of New York State, Manhattan is based in the Eastern Time Zone and constitutes both the geographical and demographic center of the Northeast megalopolis and the urban core of the New York metropolitan area, the largest metropolitan area in the world by urban landmass. Over 58 million people live within 250 miles of Manhattan, which serves as New York City’s economic and administrative center, cultural identifier, and the city’s historical birthplace. Residents of the outer boroughs of New York City often refer to Manhattan as "the city". Manhattan has been described as the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, is considered a safe haven for global real estate investors, and hosts the United Nations headquarters. Manhattan also serves as the headquarters of the global art market.

New York City Transit Authority

New York City Transit Authority

The New York City Transit Authority is a public-benefit corporation in the U.S. state of New York that operates public transportation in New York City. Part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the busiest and largest transit system in North America, the NYCTA has a daily ridership of 8 million trips.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is a public benefit corporation responsible for public transportation in the New York City metropolitan area of the U.S. state of New York. The MTA is the largest public transit authority in the United States, serving 12 counties in Downstate New York, along with two counties in southwestern Connecticut under contract to the Connecticut Department of Transportation, carrying over 11 million passengers on an average weekday systemwide, and over 850,000 vehicles on its seven toll bridges and two tunnels per weekday.

List of United States rapid transit systems by ridership

List of United States rapid transit systems by ridership

The following is a list of all heavy rail rapid transit systems in the United States. It does not include statistics for bus or light rail systems. All ridership figures represent "unlinked" passenger trips. The data is provided by the American Public Transportation Association's Ridership Reports.

Metro station

Metro station

A metro station or subway station is a station for a rapid transit system, which as a whole is usually called a "metro" or "subway". A station provides a means for passengers to purchase tickets, board trains, and evacuate the system in the case of an emergency. In the United Kingdom, they are known as underground stations, most commonly used in reference to the London Underground.

List of metro systems

List of metro systems

This list of metro systems includes electrified rapid transit train systems worldwide. In some parts of the world, metro systems are referred to as subways, U-Bahn or undergrounds. As of January 2023, 193 cities in 61 countries have a metro system.

Interborough Rapid Transit Company

Interborough Rapid Transit Company

The Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) was the private operator of New York City's original underground subway line that opened in 1904, as well as earlier elevated railways and additional rapid transit lines in New York City. The IRT was purchased by the city in June 1940, along with the younger BMT and IND systems, to form the modern New York City Subway. The former IRT lines are now the A Division or IRT Division of the Subway.

Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation

Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation

The Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) was an urban transit holding company, based in Brooklyn, New York City, United States, and incorporated in 1923. The system was sold to the city in 1940. Today, together with the IND subway system, it forms the B Division of the modern New York City Subway. The original BMT routes currently form the J/Z, L, M, N, Q, R and W trains, as well as the Franklin Avenue Shuttle, with the IND B, D, and F using BMT trackage in Brooklyn. The M train enters the IND via the Chrystie Street Connection after crossing the Williamsburg Bridge, the Q, along with some rush-hour N trains enter the IND from the BMT 63rd Street Line and the R train enters the IND via the 60th Street Tunnel Connection. The Z train supplements the J in the peak direction during rush hours only. Prior to city ownership, the BMT services were designed with numbers, and the current letter scheme was developed as a continuation of the IND nomenclature as the IND and BMT systems were integrated.

Independent Subway System

Independent Subway System

The Independent Subway System, formerly known as the Independent City-Owned Subway System (ICOSS) or the Independent City-Owned Rapid Transit Railroad (ICORTR), was a rapid transit rail system in New York City that is now part of the New York City Subway. It was first constructed as the Eighth Avenue Line in Manhattan in 1932.

Stations with the same name along the same services

At six stations, "23rd Street" and "86th Street" are the most common station names. This 23rd Street station is on the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan
At six stations, "23rd Street" and "86th Street" are the most common station names. This 23rd Street station is on the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan
The name "Broadway" is used in three boroughs, the most of any name. This Broadway station is on the BMT Astoria Line in Queens
The name "Broadway" is used in three boroughs, the most of any name. This Broadway station is on the BMT Astoria Line in Queens

Many stations share the same name. These stations are disambiguated by the line each of them is on.[1] The following stations are served by the same numbered or lettered trains.

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23rd Street station (IND Sixth Avenue Line)

23rd Street station (IND Sixth Avenue Line)

The 23rd Street station is a local station on the IND Sixth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. It is served by the F train at all times, the M train during weekdays, and by the train during rush hours in the peak direction. This station and 14th Street are the only two local stations on the Sixth Avenue Line.

Broadway station (BMT Astoria Line)

Broadway station (BMT Astoria Line)

The Broadway station is a local station on the BMT Astoria Line of the New York City Subway. It is located above 31st Street at Broadway in Astoria, Queens. The station is served by the N train at all times, as well as by the W train on weekdays.

BMT Astoria Line

BMT Astoria Line

The BMT Astoria Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway, serving the Queens neighborhood of Astoria. It runs south from Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria to 39th Avenue in Long Island City above 31st Street. It then turns west and serves Queensboro Plaza over Queens Plaza.

5 (New York City Subway service)

5 (New York City Subway service)

The 5 Lexington Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored apple green since it uses the IRT Lexington Avenue Line in Manhattan.

Gun Hill Road station (IRT Dyre Avenue Line)

Gun Hill Road station (IRT Dyre Avenue Line)

The Gun Hill Road station is a station on the IRT Dyre Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of Gun Hill Road and Seymour Avenue in the northeast Bronx. It is served by the 5 train at all times.

B (New York City Subway service)

B (New York City Subway service)

The B Sixth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored orange, since it uses the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

D (New York City Subway service)

D (New York City Subway service)

The D Sixth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored orange, since it uses the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center station

47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center station

The 47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center station is an express station on the IND Sixth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. It is located along Sixth Avenue between 47th and 50th Streets, on the west side of Rockefeller Center. The station is served by the D and F trains at all times, the B and M trains on weekdays, and the ⟨F⟩ train during rush hours in the peak direction. In 2019, it was the 12th busiest subway station in the system.

50th Street station (BMT West End Line)

50th Street station (BMT West End Line)

The 50th Street station is a local station on the BMT West End Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of 50th Street and New Utrecht Avenue in Borough Park, Brooklyn. It is served by the D train at all times. The station opened in 1916, and had its platforms extended in the 1960s.

Bay 50th Street station

Bay 50th Street station

The Bay 50th Street station is a local station on the BMT West End Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of Bay 50th Street and Stillwell Avenue in the Gravesend neighborhood of Brooklyn. It is served by the D train at all times. It is in front of the campus of John Dewey High School and has been adopted by its students as part of the New York City Transit Authority's Adopt-a-Station Program.

E (New York City Subway service)

E (New York City Subway service)

The E Eighth Avenue Local is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is blue since it uses the IND Eighth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

23rd Street station (IND Eighth Avenue Line)

23rd Street station (IND Eighth Avenue Line)

The 23rd Street station is a local station on the IND Eighth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located at the intersection of 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan. It is served by the C and E trains, the former of which is replaced by the A train during late nights.

Lists of stations by borough

The four lists of New York City Subway stations by borough have additional details regarding services, accessibility, and transfers.

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List of New York City Subway stations in the Bronx

List of New York City Subway stations in the Bronx

The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that serves four of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New York: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Operated by the New York City Transit Authority under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York, the New York City Subway is the busiest rapid transit system in the United States and the seventh busiest in the world, with 5.225 million daily riders. The system's 472 stations qualifies it to have the largest number of rapid transit stations in the world.

List of New York City Subway stations in Brooklyn

List of New York City Subway stations in Brooklyn

The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that serves four of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New York: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Operated by the New York City Transit Authority under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York, the New York City Subway is the busiest rapid transit system in the United States and the seventh busiest in the world, with 5.225 million daily riders. The system's 472 stations qualifies it to have the largest number of rapid transit stations in the world.

List of New York City Subway stations in Manhattan

List of New York City Subway stations in Manhattan

The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that serves four of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New York: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Operated by the New York City Transit Authority under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York, the New York City Subway is the busiest rapid transit system in the United States and the seventh busiest in the world, with 5.225 million daily riders. The system's 472 stations qualifies it to have the largest number of rapid transit stations in the world.

List of New York City Subway stations in Queens

List of New York City Subway stations in Queens

The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system that serves four of the five boroughs of New York City in the U.S. state of New York: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. Operated by the New York City Transit Authority under the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York, the New York City Subway is the busiest rapid transit system in the United States and the seventh busiest in the world, with 5.225 million daily riders. The system's 472 stations qualifies it to have the largest number of rapid transit stations in the world.

List of stations

New York City Subway services and the number of stations served; station-counts in bold represent the regular daytime services in the station table
"1" train "2" train "3" train "4" train "5" train "6" train "6" express train "7" train "7" express train "A" train "B" train "C" train "D" train "E" train "F" train "F" express train "G" train "J" train "L" train "M" train "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train "Z" train shuttle train[a] shuttle train[b] shuttle train[c]
Rush hours 38 52 34 28 33 38 29 22 12 44 37 40 29 24 45 39 21 20 24 36 39 29 45 23 21 2 4 5
Middays 49 36 40 27 35 22 30 28
Evenings 24 13
Weekends 25 32
Late nights 61 9 54 6 62 40 32 8 45 34 17
Limited 53 8 22 34 44 9

Permanently closed subway stations, including those that have been demolished, are not included in the list below. Colorboxes depict trunk line stations in Manhattan.

Terminal of a regular/daytime service
Station Services Div Line Opened Borough Neighborhood Ridership (2019) Rank
First Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Manhattan East Village 5,345,371 83
Second Avenue "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936 Manhattan East Village 5,583,944 79
Third Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Manhattan East Village 1,700,456 275
Third Avenue–138th Street "6" train IRT Pelham Line August 1, 1918 The Bronx Mott Haven 2,503,850 190
Third Avenue–149th Street "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line July 10, 1905 The Bronx Mott Haven 6,768,255 59
Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Park Slope 3,924,882 125
"F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933
Fifth Avenue/53rd Street "E" train "M" train IND Queens Boulevard Line November 1, 1933 Manhattan Midtown 7,684,091 47
Fifth Avenue–59th Street "N" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 1, 1919 Manhattan Midtown 4,995,128 93
Seventh Avenue "B" train "D" train "E" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line,
Queens Boulevard Line
August 19, 1933 Manhattan Midtown 5,508,778 80
Seventh Avenue "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 1, 1920 Brooklyn Park Slope 3,103,599 162
Seventh Avenue "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Park Slope 3,675,218 136
Eighth Avenue "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Sunset Park 3,801,700 130
Eighth Street–New York University "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 4, 1917 Manhattan Greenwich Village 5,434,212 82
Ninth Avenue "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Sunset Park 1,708,387 274
14th Street/Sixth Avenue "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940 Manhattan Chelsea 14,736,035 17
"1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918
"L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924
14th Street/Eighth Avenue "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Chelsea 14,239,275 18
"L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line May 30, 1931
14th Street–Union Square "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 4, 1917 Manhattan Union Square 32,385,260 4
"L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924
"4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904
15th Street–Prospect Park "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Windsor Terrace 1,964,534 240
18th Avenue "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Borough Park 1,113,492 344
18th Avenue "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,179,756 334
18th Avenue "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,942,617 244
18th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Chelsea 2,649,616 184
20th Avenue "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,142,086 339
20th Avenue "D" train BMT West End Line July 29, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,578,971 284
21st Street "G" train IND   Crosstown Line August 19, 1933 Queens Long Island City 535,536 407
21st Street–Queensbridge "F" train IND 63rd Street Line October 29, 1989 Queens Long Island City 3,516,992 144
23rd Street "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940 Manhattan Chelsea 8,619,473 36
23rd Street "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Chelsea 7,272,610 52
23rd Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918 Manhattan Flatiron District 7,085,694 53
23rd Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Chelsea 4,627,755 102
23rd Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Gramercy 8,659,806 35
25th Avenue "D" train BMT West End Line July 29, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,507,759 295
25th Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Greenwood Heights 1,153,842 337
28th Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918 Manhattan Midtown 4,018,310 122
28th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Chelsea 4,493,352 108
28th Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Rose Hill 5,834,989 73
30th Avenue "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Astoria 5,230,182 87
33rd Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Murray Hill 8,934,900 33
33rd Street–Rawson Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Sunnyside 2,907,388 171
34th Street–Herald Square "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940 Manhattan Midtown 39,385,436 3
"N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918
34th Street–Hudson Yards "7" train IRT   Flushing Line September 13, 2015 Manhattan Hell's Kitchen 6,108,384 69
34th Street–Penn Station "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Midtown 25,631,364 7
34th Street–Penn Station "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line June 3, 1917 Manhattan Midtown 25,967,676 6
36th Avenue "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Astoria 1,933,812 246
36th Street "D" train "N" train "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Sunset Park 4,254,406 116
36th Street "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Long Island City 1,383,420 310
39th Avenue "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Long Island City 761,816 386
40th Street–Lowery Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Sunnyside 3,074,342 164
42nd Street–Bryant Park/Fifth Avenue "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940 Manhattan Midtown 17,213,702 13
"7" train IRT   Flushing Line March 22, 1926
45th Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line September 22, 1915 Brooklyn Sunset Park 2,461,410 195
46th Street "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Astoria 2,609,445 187
46th Street–Bliss Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Sunnyside 4,019,044 121
47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940 Manhattan Midtown 18,604,810 11
49th Street "N" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line July 10, 1919 Manhattan Midtown 7,410,041 50
50th Street "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Midtown 6,902,595 57
50th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Midtown 8,134,360 41
50th Street "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Borough Park 976,988 366
52nd Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Woodside 1,907,368 248
53rd Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line September 22, 1915 Brooklyn Sunset Park 2,797,730 174
55th Street "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Borough Park 637,405 397
57th Street "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line July 1, 1968 Manhattan Midtown 4,550,216 106
57th Street–Seventh Avenue "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line July 10, 1919 Manhattan Midtown 11,012,550 26
59th Street "N" train "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Sunset Park 3,664,480 138
59th Street–Columbus Circle "A" train "B" train "C" train "D" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Midtown 23,040,650 8
"1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904
61st Street–Woodside "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Woodside 5,345,369 84
62nd Street/New Utrecht Avenue "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Borough Park 1,501,183 297
"D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916
63rd Drive–Rego Park "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Rego Park 4,753,706 95
65th Street "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Woodside 1,098,148 345
66th Street–Lincoln Center "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 7,068,256 54
67th Avenue "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Forest Hills 2,641,450 185
68th Street–Hunter College "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Upper East Side 6,699,711 61
69th Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Woodside 1,564,387 286
71st Street "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,722,921 270
72nd Street "Q" train IND   Second Avenue Line January 1, 2017 Manhattan Upper East Side 9,528,891 30
72nd Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 2,837,041 173
72nd Street "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 12,379,560 23
75th Avenue "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Forest Hills 1,059,027 351
75th Street–Elderts Lane "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 28, 1917 Queens Woodhaven 1,029,388 358
77th Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line January 15, 1916 Brooklyn Bay Ridge 1,674,582 277
77th Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Upper East Side 7,821,286 46
79th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 4,745,863 96
79th Street "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 1,926,290 247
80th Street "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Ozone Park 1,298,825 324
81st Street–Museum of Natural History "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 4,407,607 111
82nd Street–Jackson Heights "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Jackson Heights 4,893,865 94
85th Street–Forest Parkway "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 28, 1917 Queens Woodhaven 1,061,293 350
86th Street "Q" train IND   Second Avenue Line January 1, 2017 Manhattan Upper East Side 8,378,778 38
86th Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line January 15, 1916 Brooklyn Bay Ridge 3,434,888 145
86th Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 3,232,637 155
86th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 5,659,795 77
86th Street "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Upper East Side 13,537,308 21
86th Street "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Gravesend 708,542 394
88th Street "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Ozone Park 853,110 377
90th Street–Elmhurst Avenue "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Elmhurst 5,272,683 86
96th Street "Q" train IND   Second Avenue Line January 1, 2017 Manhattan Upper East Side 6,154,837 68
96th Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 3,038,864 167
96th Street "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 11,628,887 25
96th Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan East Harlem 5,145,222 88
103rd Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 1,498,363 299
103rd Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Upper West Side 3,766,055 131
103rd Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan East Harlem 4,039,570 120
103rd Street–Corona Plaza "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Corona 6,399,657 64
104th Street "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Ozone Park 536,924 406
104th Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 28, 1917 Queens Richmond Hill 774,888 384
110th Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan East Harlem 3,316,061 150
111th Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line October 13, 1925 Queens Corona 3,836,999 129
111th Street "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Richmond Hill 760,163 387
111th Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 28, 1917 Queens Richmond Hill 350,344 415
116th Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Harlem 2,288,111 206
116th Street "2" train "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line November 23, 1904 Manhattan Harlem 3,345,661 148
116th Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan East Harlem 4,572,453 105
116th Street–Columbia University "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Morningside Heights 4,380,469 112
121st Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line July 3, 1918 Queens Richmond Hill 675,500 396
125th Street "A" train "B" train "C" train "D" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Harlem 9,208,598 31
125th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Manhattanville 2,368,025 199
125th Street "2" train "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line November 23, 1904 Manhattan Harlem 4,644,262 101
125th Street "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan East Harlem 8,554,857 37
135th Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Harlem 1,743,921 268
135th Street "2" train "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line November 23, 1904 Manhattan Harlem 4,268,823 115
137th Street–City College "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Hamilton Heights 3,874,783 126
138th Street–Grand Concourse "4" train "5" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line July 17, 1918 The Bronx Mott Haven 1,035,878 356
145th Street "A" train "B" train "C" train "D" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line,
Concourse Line
September 10, 1932 Manhattan Harlem 7,464,653 49
145th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Hamilton Heights 2,936,613 169
145th Street "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line November 23, 1904 Manhattan Harlem 954,825 368
149th Street–Grand Concourse "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Mott Haven 3,931,908 123
"2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line July 10, 1905
155th Street "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 895,036 373
155th Street "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 Manhattan Harlem 1,123,868 341
157th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line November 12, 1904 Manhattan Washington Heights 3,739,786 134
161st Street–Yankee Stadium "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Highbridge 8,254,928 40
"4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917
163rd Street–Amsterdam Avenue "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 1,390,312 309
167th Street "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Highbridge 2,734,530 178
167th Street "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Highbridge 2,653,237 182
168th Street "A" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 6,156,288 67
"1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line April 14, 1906
169th Street "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line April 24, 1937 Queens Jamaica 2,465,120 194
170th Street "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Highbridge 2,130,461 222
170th Street "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Highbridge 2,487,611 192
174th Street "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx Crotona Park East 2,057,118 230
174th–175th Streets "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Tremont 1,518,260 293
175th Street "A" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 4,182,625 118
176th Street "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Morris Heights 1,713,696 272
181st Street "A" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 3,404,841 147
181st Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line May 30, 1906 Manhattan Washington Heights 3,523,536 143
182nd–183rd Streets "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Fordham 1,513,443 294
183rd Street "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx University Heights 1,779,224 261
190th Street "A" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Washington Heights 1,535,450 292
191st Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line January 14, 1911 Manhattan Washington Heights 2,333,160 201
207th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line April 1, 1907 Manhattan Inwood 1,853,146 251
215th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line March 12, 1906 Manhattan Inwood 527,505 408
219th Street "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Williamsbridge 979,390 364
225th Street "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 31, 1917 The Bronx Williamsbridge 1,187,486 333
231st Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line January 27, 1907 The Bronx Kingsbridge 2,919,305 170
233rd Street "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 31, 1917 The Bronx Wakefield 1,445,532 304
238th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line August 1, 1908 The Bronx Kingsbridge 1,204,095 332
Alabama Avenue "J" train BMT Jamaica Line September 5, 1885 Brooklyn East New York 628,299 398
Allerton Avenue "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Allerton 1,614,464 280
Aqueduct Racetrack "A" train IND Rockaway Line September 14, 1959 Queens Ozone Park 601,436 400
Aqueduct–North Conduit Avenue "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Ozone Park 263,422 419
Astor Place "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan East Village 5,502,925 81
Astoria Boulevard "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Astoria 723,354 391
Astoria–Ditmars Boulevard "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Astoria 5,277,341 85
Atlantic Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 4, 1889 Brooklyn East New York 469,819 411
Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center "D" train "N" train "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Downtown 13,939,794 20
"B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 1, 1920
"2" train "3" train "4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line May 1, 1908
Avenue H "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Midwood 991,766 363
Avenue I "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Midwood 584,129 404
Avenue J "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Midwood 1,775,846 264
Avenue M "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Midwood 1,691,285 276
Avenue N "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 877,383 375
Avenue P "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Midwood 739,804 389
Avenue U "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Homecrest 2,301,941 202
Avenue U "F" train IND Culver Line May 10, 1919 Brooklyn Gravesend 547,776 405
Avenue U "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Gravesend 1,019,104 359
Avenue X "F" train IND Culver Line May 10, 1919 Brooklyn Gravesend 758,700 388
Bay 50th Street "D" train BMT West End Line July 21, 1917 Brooklyn Gravesend 821,873 381
Bay Parkway "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Midwood 362,802 414
Bay Parkway "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 2,071,452 229
Bay Parkway "D" train BMT West End Line July 29, 1916 Brooklyn Bensonhurst 2,446,673 196
Bay Ridge Avenue "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line January 15, 1916 Brooklyn Bay Ridge 2,354,120 200
Bay Ridge–95th Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line October 31, 1925 Brooklyn Bay Ridge 1,743,441 269
Baychester Avenue "5" train IRT Dyre Avenue Line May 15, 1941 The Bronx Eastchester 1,094,872 346
Beach 25th Street "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Bayswater 517,164 410
Beach 36th Street "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Edgemere 292,305 418
Beach 44th Street "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Edgemere 215,701 421
Beach 60th Street "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Arverne 623,826 399
Beach 67th Street "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Arverne 718,008 392
Beach 90th Street shuttle train[c] IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Rockaway Beach 348,771 416
Beach 98th Street shuttle train[c] IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Rockaway Beach 164,130 422
Beach 105th Street shuttle train[c] IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Rockaway Park 88,439 424
Bedford Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn Williamsburg 7,836,366 45
Bedford Park Boulevard "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Bedford Park 2,143,375 219
Bedford Park Boulevard–Lehman College "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line April 15, 1918 The Bronx Bedford Park 1,538,253 291
Bedford–Nostrand Avenues "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 2,795,387 175
Bergen Street "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line March 20, 1933 Brooklyn Boerum Hill 3,577,496 141
Bergen Street "2" train "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line October 10, 1920 Brooklyn Park Slope 1,208,319 330
Beverley Road "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Flatbush 1,048,249 352
Beverly Road "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn East Flatbush 1,284,232 326
Borough Hall/Court Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line August 1, 1920 Brooklyn Downtown 10,135,722 28
"2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line April 15, 1919
"4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line January 9, 1908
Bowery "J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line August 4, 1913 Manhattan Lower East Side 1,325,244 322
Bowling Green "4" train "5" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 10, 1905 Manhattan Financial District 8,362,034 39
Briarwood "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line April 24, 1937 Queens Briarwood 1,501,152 298
Brighton Beach "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Brighton Beach 3,745,994 133
Broad Channel "A" train shuttle train[c] IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Broad Channel 90,358 423
Broad Street "J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line May 29, 1931 Manhattan Financial District 2,172,223 216
Broadway "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line February 1, 1917 Queens Astoria 3,038,655 168
Broadway "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Williamsburg 1,506,905 296
Broadway Junction "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn East New York 2,759,349 177
"A" train "C" train IND Fulton Street Line December 30, 1946
"J" train BMT Jamaica Line August 5, 1919
Broadway–Lafayette Street/Bleecker Street "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936 Manhattan Greenwich Village 12,455,155 22
"6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904
Bronx Park East "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Van Nest 769,303 385
Brook Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Mott Haven 1,823,468 254
Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall/Chambers Street "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Civic Center 9,065,146 32
"J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line August 4, 1913
Buhre Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line December 20, 1920 The Bronx Pelham Bay 1,146,032 338
Burke Avenue "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Allerton 1,000,896 362
Burnside Avenue "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Morris Heights 3,113,514 161
Bushwick Avenue–Aberdeen Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn Bushwick 600,188 401
Canal Street "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Tribeca 6,403,172 63
Canal Street "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 4, 1917 Manhattan Chinatown 15,861,864 16
"6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904
"J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line August 4, 1913
Canal Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan SoHo 1,984,827 237
Canarsie–Rockaway Parkway "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 28, 1906 Brooklyn Canarsie 3,302,691 151
Castle Hill Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line October 24, 1920 The Bronx Castle Hill 1,954,511 243
Cathedral Parkway–110th Street "B" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Upper West Side 2,396,624 197
Cathedral Parkway–110th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Morningside Heights 3,703,893 135
Carroll Street "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Carroll Gardens 3,615,019 139
Central Avenue "M" train BMT Myrtle Avenue Line July 20, 1889 Brooklyn Bushwick 1,472,067 301
Central Park North–110th Street "2" train "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line November 23, 1904 Manhattan Harlem 2,666,985 181
Chambers Street "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Financial District 5,941,546 70
Chambers Street–World Trade Center/
Park Place/Cortlandt Street
"A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Financial District 20,820,549 9
"2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918
"R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918
Chauncey Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line July 18, 1885 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,076,510 349
Christopher Street–Sheridan Square "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Greenwich Village 3,412,332 146
Church Avenue "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Flatbush 5,061,013 90
Church Avenue "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Kensington 3,051,736 166
Church Avenue "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn East Flatbush 2,862,033 172
City Hall "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918 Manhattan Civic Center 1,710,380 273
Clark Street "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line April 15, 1919 Brooklyn Brooklyn Heights 1,781,419 259
Classon Avenue "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,722,852 271
Cleveland Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 30, 1893 Brooklyn East New York 880,879 374
Clinton–Washington Avenues "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Clinton Hill 1,609,332 281
Clinton–Washington Avenues "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Clinton Hill 2,144,338 218
Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue "D" train "F" train "N" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line,
IND Culver Line,
BMT Sea Beach Line,
BMT West End Line
September 5, 1917 Brooklyn Coney Island 4,579,191 104
Cortelyou Road "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Flatbush 1,957,538 241
Court Square–23rd Street "G" train IND   Crosstown Line August 19, 1933 Queens Long Island City 7,033,377 55
"7" train IRT   Flushing Line November 5, 1916
"E" train "M" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 28, 1939
Crescent Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 30, 1893 Brooklyn East New York 1,391,945 308
Crown Heights–Utica Avenue "3" train "4" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Crown Heights 7,933,008 44
Cypress Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Mott Haven 1,043,922 354
Cypress Hills "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 30, 1893 Brooklyn East New York 420,647 413
DeKalb Avenue "B" train "Q" train "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line,
Brighton Line
June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Downtown 6,708,640 60
DeKalb Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn Bushwick 3,290,894 152
Delancey Street/Essex Street "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936 Manhattan Lower East Side 8,861,296 34
"J" train "M" train BMT   Nassau Street Line September 16, 1908
Ditmas Avenue "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Kensington 1,177,275 335
Dyckman Street "A" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Inwood 2,238,372 210
Dyckman Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line March 12, 1906 Manhattan Inwood 2,079,656 228
East 105th Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 28, 1906 Brooklyn Canarsie 1,001,343 361
East 143rd Street–St. Mary's Street "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Mott Haven 313,938 417
East 149th Street "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Longwood 1,467,410 302
East 180th Street "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Van Nest 2,211,198 213
East Broadway "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936 Manhattan Lower East Side 4,460,330 109
Eastchester–Dyre Avenue "5" train IRT Dyre Avenue Line May 15, 1941 The Bronx Eastchester 1,331,886 321
Eastern Parkway–Brooklyn Museum "2" train "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line October 10, 1920 Brooklyn Prospect Heights 1,338,351 319
Elder Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line May 30, 1920 The Bronx Soundview 1,996,492 236
Elmhurst Avenue "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Elmhurst 3,867,341 127
Euclid Avenue "A" train "C" train IND Fulton Street Line November 28, 1948 Brooklyn East New York 3,240,578 154
Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue "A" train IND Rockaway Line January 16, 1958 Queens Far Rockaway 1,347,765 317
Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Flatbush 5,684,108 76
Flushing Avenue "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 732,897 390
Flushing Avenue "J" train "M" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Williamsburg 2,773,154 176
Flushing–Main Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line January 21, 1928 Queens Flushing 17,568,837 12
Fordham Road "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Fordham 3,671,217 137
Fordham Road "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx University Heights 3,120,976 160
Forest Avenue "M" train BMT BMT Myrtle Avenue Line February 22, 1915 Queens Ridgewood 1,310,163 323
Forest Hills–71st Avenue "E" train "F" train "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Forest Hills 8,027,234 42
Fort Hamilton Parkway "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Windsor Terrace 1,800,167 256
Fort Hamilton Parkway "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Borough Park 1,372,278 311
Fort Hamilton Parkway "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Borough Park 1,207,971 331
Franklin Avenue/Botanic Garden "2" train "3" train "4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Crown Heights 4,999,385 92
shuttle train[b] BMT Franklin Avenue Line September 30, 1928
Franklin Avenue shuttle train[b] BMT Franklin Avenue Line August 15, 1896 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,977,940 238
"C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936
Franklin Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Tribeca 1,567,005 285
Freeman Street "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx Crotona Park East 1,358,821 316
Fresh Pond Road "M" train BMT Myrtle Avenue Line February 22, 1915 Queens Ridgewood 1,776,084 263
Fulton Street "A" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line February 1, 1933 Manhattan Financial District 27,715,365 5
"2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918
"4" train "5" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line January 16, 1905
"J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line May 29, 1931
Fulton Street "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Fort Greene 1,768,601 265
Gates Avenue "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 13, 1885 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 2,249,791 209
Graham Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn Williamsburg 2,709,511 180
Grand Army Plaza "2" train "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line October 10, 1920 Brooklyn Park Slope 2,295,401 204
Grand Avenue–Newtown "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Elmhurst 5,730,846 74
Grand Central–42nd Street shuttle train[a] IRT 42nd Street Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Midtown 45,745,700 2
"7" train IRT   Flushing Line June 22, 1915
"4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918
Grand Street "B" train "D" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line November 26, 1967 Manhattan Chinatown 8,024,364 43
Grand Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn Williamsburg 1,847,219 252
Grant Avenue "A" train IND Fulton Street Line April 29, 1956 Brooklyn East New York 1,749,932 266
Greenpoint Avenue "G" train IND   Crosstown Line August 19, 1933 Brooklyn Greenpoint 3,089,912 163
Gun Hill Road "5" train IRT Dyre Avenue Line May 15, 1941 The Bronx Baychester 1,248,513 329
Gun Hill Road "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Williamsbridge 2,271,942 208
Halsey Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Queens Ridgewood 2,176,141 215
Halsey Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line August 19, 1885 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 2,120,521 223
Harlem–148th Street "3" train IRT Lenox Avenue Line May 13, 1968 Manhattan Harlem 1,120,454 342
Hewes Street "J" train "M" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Williamsburg 1,117,566 343
High Street "A" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line June 24, 1933 Brooklyn Brooklyn Heights 3,536,860 142
Houston Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Greenwich Village 4,496,793 107
Hoyt Street "2" train "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line May 1, 1908 Brooklyn Downtown 2,293,256 205
Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets "A" train "C" train "G" train IND   Crosstown Line,
Fulton Street Line
April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Downtown 3,605,153 140
Howard Beach–JFK Airport "A" train IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Howard Beach 1,171,303 336
Hunters Point Avenue "7" train IRT   Flushing Line February 15, 1916 Queens Long Island City 1,885,928 249
Hunts Point Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Longwood 3,174,354 156
Intervale Avenue "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line April 30, 1910 The Bronx Longwood 964,689 367
Inwood–207th Street "A" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Inwood 3,150,731 157
Jackson Avenue "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx Melrose 1,584,727 283
Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Jackson Heights 17,077,862 14
"E" train "F" train "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer "E" train "J" train BMT Archer Avenue Line,
IND Archer Avenue Line
December 11, 1988 Queens Jamaica 10,010,419 29
Jamaica–179th Street "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 11, 1950 Queens Jamaica 6,262,449 66
Jamaica–Van Wyck "E" train IND Archer Avenue Line December 11, 1988 Queens Kew Gardens 1,412,179 306
Jay Street–MetroTech "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 11, 1924 Brooklyn Downtown 12,238,047 24
"A" train "C" train "F" train IND Culver Line,
Fulton Street Line
February 1, 1933
Jefferson Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn Bushwick 2,237,997 211
Junction Boulevard "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Corona 6,883,317 58
Junius Street "3" train IRT New Lots Line November 22, 1920 Brooklyn Brownsville 676,092 395
Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike "E" train "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Kew Gardens 7,625,674 48
Kings Highway "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Midwood 5,938,819 71
Kings Highway "F" train IND Culver Line March 16, 1919 Brooklyn Gravesend 1,129,071 340
Kings Highway "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Gravesend 1,371,311 312
Kingsbridge Road "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Fordham 2,485,283 193
Kingsbridge Road "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Kingsbridge Heights 2,733,096 179
Kingston Avenue "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Crown Heights 1,472,802 300
Kingston–Throop Avenues "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 2,055,094 231
Knickerbocker Avenue "M" train BMT Myrtle Avenue Line August 15, 1889 Brooklyn Bushwick 1,544,093 290
Kosciuszko Street "J" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,779,062 262
Lafayette Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Fort Greene 1,599,887 282
Lexington Avenue/51st Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Midtown 18,957,465 10
"E" train "M" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933
Lexington Avenue/59th Street "N" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 1, 1919 Manhattan Midtown 16,760,813 15
"4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918
Lexington Avenue–63rd Street "F" train "Q" train BMT 63rd Street Line,
IND 63rd Street Line
October 29, 1989 Manhattan Upper East Side 6,567,634 62
Liberty Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line November 28, 1948 Brooklyn East New York 833,633 380
Livonia Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 28, 1906 Brooklyn Brownsville 856,615 376
Longwood Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line January 7, 1919 The Bronx Longwood 949,680 369
Lorimer Street "J" train "M" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Williamsburg 1,747,990 267
Marble Hill–225th Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line January 14, 1907 Manhattan Marble Hill 1,561,844 287
Marcy Avenue "J" train "M" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Williamsburg 4,717,791 98
Metropolitan Avenue/Lorimer Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn Williamsburg 4,696,924 100
"G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937
Mets–Willets Point "7" train IRT   Flushing Line May 7, 1927 Queens Willets Point 2,025,162 232
Middle Village–Metropolitan Avenue "M" train BMT BMT Myrtle Avenue Line October 1, 1906 Queens Middle Village 1,090,449 347
Middletown Road "6" train IRT Pelham Line December 20, 1920 The Bronx Pelham Bay 597,839 402
Montrose Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn East Williamsburg 1,933,886 245
Morgan Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn East Williamsburg 2,100,475 225
Morris Park "5" train IRT Dyre Avenue Line May 15, 1941 The Bronx Morris Park 711,229 393
Morrison Avenue–Soundview "6" train IRT Pelham Line May 30, 1920 The Bronx Soundview 1,970,185 239
Mosholu Parkway "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line April 15, 1918 The Bronx Bedford Park 2,491,758 191
Mount Eden Avenue "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line June 2, 1917 The Bronx Highbridge 1,551,038 289
Myrtle Avenue "J" train "M" train BMT Jamaica Line June 25, 1888 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 3,854,024 128
Myrtle–Willoughby Avenues "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,820,637 255
Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn Bushwick 5,927,332 72
"M" train BMT Myrtle Avenue Line July 20, 1889
Nassau Avenue "G" train IND   Crosstown Line August 19, 1933 Brooklyn Greenpoint 3,136,229 159
Neck Road "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Homecrest 1,362,524 314
Neptune Avenue "F" train IND Culver Line May 1, 1920 Brooklyn Coney Island 428,163 412
Nereid Avenue "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 31, 1917 The Bronx Wakefield 1,006,617 360
Nevins Street "2" train "3" train "4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line May 1, 1908 Brooklyn Downtown 3,150,597 158
New Lots Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 28, 1906 Brooklyn Brownsville 1,254,351 328
New Lots Avenue "3" train IRT New Lots Line October 16, 1922 Brooklyn East New York 1,643,487 279
Newkirk Avenue–Little Haiti "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Flatbush 2,131,839 221
Newkirk Plaza "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Ditmas Park 3,252,504 153
Northern Boulevard "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Woodside 2,008,091 235
Norwood Avenue "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 30, 1893 Brooklyn Cypress Hills 948,571 370
Norwood–205th Street "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Norwood 2,639,003 186
Nostrand Avenue "3" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Crown Heights 1,370,372 313
Nostrand Avenue "A" train "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 5,608,232 78
Ocean Parkway "Q" train BMT Brighton Line April 22, 1917 Brooklyn Brighton Beach 1,033,340 357
Ozone Park–Lefferts Boulevard "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Richmond Hill 2,216,647 212
Park Place shuttle train[b] BMT Franklin Avenue Line April 4, 1905 Brooklyn Crown Heights 519,984 409
Parkchester "6" train IRT Pelham Line May 30, 1920 The Bronx Parkchester 4,734,709 97
Parkside Avenue "Q" train BMT Brighton Line April 4, 1905 Brooklyn Prospect Lefferts Gardens 1,955,051 242
Parsons Boulevard "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line April 24, 1937 Queens Jamaica 2,086,114 227
Pelham Bay Park "6" train IRT Pelham Line December 20, 1920 The Bronx Pelham Bay 2,134,403 220
Pelham Parkway "5" train IRT IRT Dyre Avenue Line May 15, 1941 The Bronx Pelham Gardens 896,134 372
Pelham Parkway "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line March 3, 1917 The Bronx Pelham Parkway 2,651,208 183
Pennsylvania Avenue "3" train IRT New Lots Line December 24, 1920 Brooklyn East New York 1,360,708 315
President Street–Medgar Evers College "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Crown Heights 1,037,219 355
Prince Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 4, 1917 Manhattan SoHo 4,342,692 113
Prospect Avenue "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Gowanus 1,780,893 260
Prospect Avenue "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx Longwood 2,148,059 217
Prospect Park "B" train "Q" train shuttle train[b] BMT Brighton Line,
Franklin Avenue Line
April 4, 1905 Brooklyn Flatbush 3,323,334 149
Queens Plaza "E" train "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Long Island City 4,334,290 114
Queensboro Plaza "7" train "N" train "W" train BMT Astoria Line,
IRT Flushing Line
November 16, 1916 Queens Long Island City 5,018,211 91
Ralph Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,829,126 253
Rector Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918 Manhattan Financial District 2,014,996 234
Rector Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Financial District 2,554,523 189
Rockaway Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 1,787,343 258
Rockaway Avenue "3" train IRT New Lots Line November 22, 1920 Brooklyn Brownsville 1,451,431 303
Rockaway Boulevard "A" train IND Fulton Street Line September 25, 1915 Queens Ozone Park 2,299,903 203
Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street shuttle train[c] IND Rockaway Line June 28, 1956 Queens Rockaway Park 228,144 420
Roosevelt Island "F" train IND 63rd Street Line October 29, 1989 Manhattan Roosevelt Island 2,380,764 198
St. Lawrence Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line May 30, 1920 The Bronx Parkchester 1,276,865 327
Saratoga Avenue "3" train IRT New Lots Line November 22, 1920 Brooklyn Brownsville 1,556,357 288
Seneca Avenue "M" train BMT BMT Myrtle Avenue Line February 22, 1915 Queens Ridgewood 1,080,829 348
Sheepshead Bay "B" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line August 23, 1907 Brooklyn Sheepshead Bay 4,169,796 119
Shepherd Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line November 28, 1948 Brooklyn East New York 977,012 365
Simpson Street "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx Longwood 2,602,749 188
Smith–Ninth Streets "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Gowanus 1,435,824 305
South Ferry/Whitehall Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 20, 1918 Manhattan Battery Park 10,272,682 27
"1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line March 16, 2009
Spring Street "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Hudson Square 4,423,135 110
Spring Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Little Italy 3,754,272 132
Steinway Street "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933 Queens Astoria 4,715,335 99
Sterling Street "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Prospect Lefferts Gardens 1,654,809 278
Sutphin Boulevard "F" train IND Queens Boulevard Line April 24, 1937 Queens Jamaica 1,345,420 318
Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport "E" train "J" train BMT Archer Avenue Line,
IND Archer Avenue Line
December 11, 1988 Queens Jamaica 7,354,064 51
Sutter Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 28, 1906 Brooklyn Brownsville 2,019,485 233
Sutter Avenue–Rutland Road "3" train IRT New Lots Line November 22, 1920 Brooklyn East Flatbush 1,047,762 353
Times Square–42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Times Square 65,020,294 1
shuttle train[a] IRT 42nd Street Line October 27, 1904
"N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918
"1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line June 3, 1917
"7" train IRT   Flushing Line March 14, 1927
Tremont Avenue "D" train IND Concourse Line July 1, 1933 The Bronx Tremont 3,052,099 165
Union Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915 Brooklyn Park Slope 2,271,983 207
Utica Avenue "A" train "C" train IND Fulton Street Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Bedford–Stuyvesant 5,106,247 89
Van Cortlandt Park–242nd Street "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line August 1, 1908 The Bronx Riverdale 2,189,109 214
Van Siclen Avenue "C" train IND Fulton Street Line November 28, 1948 Brooklyn East New York 918,811 371
Van Siclen Avenue "J" train BMT Jamaica Line December 3, 1885 Brooklyn East New York 791,691 383
Van Siclen Avenue "3" train IRT New Lots Line October 16, 1922 Brooklyn East New York 853,106 378
Vernon Boulevard–Jackson Avenue "7" train IRT   Flushing Line June 22, 1915 Queens Long Island City 4,623,070 103
Wakefield–241st Street "2" train IRT White Plains Road Line December 13, 1920 The Bronx Wakefield 1,404,748 307
Wall Street "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Financial District 6,910,581 56
Wall Street "4" train "5" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line June 12, 1905 Manhattan Financial District 5,720,475 75
West Fourth Street–Washington Square "A" train "B" train "C" train "D" train
"E" train "F" train "M" train
IND   Sixth Avenue Line,
  Eighth Avenue Line
September 10, 1932 Manhattan Greenwich Village 14,063,633 19
West Eighth Street–New York Aquarium "F" train "Q" train BMT Brighton Line,
IND Culver Line
May 19, 1919 Brooklyn Coney Island 837,836 379
West Farms Square–East Tremont Avenue "2" train "5" train IRT White Plains Road Line November 26, 1904 The Bronx West Farms 2,104,945 224
Westchester Square–East Tremont Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line October 24, 1920 The Bronx Westchester Square 1,796,415 257
Whitlock Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line May 30, 1920 The Bronx Foxhurst 586,845 403
Wilson Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line July 14, 1928 Brooklyn Bushwick 1,290,221 325
Winthrop Street "2" train "5" train IRT Nostrand Avenue Line August 23, 1920 Brooklyn Prospect Lefferts Gardens 1,882,065 250
Woodhaven Boulevard "J" train BMT Jamaica Line May 28, 1917 Queens Woodhaven 1,337,787 320
Woodhaven Boulevard "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line December 31, 1936 Queens Elmhurst 6,381,132 65
Woodlawn "4" train IRT Jerome Avenue Line April 15, 1918 The Bronx Norwood 2,094,285 226
WTC Cortlandt "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918 Manhattan Financial District 4,232,521 117
York Street "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line April 9, 1936 Brooklyn Dumbo 3,927,129 124
Zerega Avenue "6" train IRT Pelham Line October 24, 1920 The Bronx Westchester Square 795,756 382

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BMT Jamaica Line

BMT Jamaica Line

The BMT Jamaica Line, also known as the Broadway - Brooklyn Line is an elevated rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway, in Brooklyn and Queens, New York City, United States. It runs from the Williamsburg Bridge southeast over Broadway to East New York, Brooklyn, and then east over Fulton Street and Jamaica Avenue to Jamaica, Queens. In western Jamaica, the line goes into a tunnel, becoming the lower level of the Archer Avenue lines in central Jamaica. The J and Z trains serve the entire length of the Jamaica Line, and the M serves the line west of Myrtle Avenue.

1 (New York City Subway service)

1 (New York City Subway service)

The 1 Broadway–Seventh Avenue Local is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored red, since it uses the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line for its entire route.

2 (New York City Subway service)

2 (New York City Subway service)

The 2 Seventh Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored red since it uses the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line through most of Manhattan.

3 (New York City Subway service)

3 (New York City Subway service)

The 3 Seventh Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored red since it uses the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line through most of Manhattan.

4 (New York City Subway service)

4 (New York City Subway service)

The 4 Lexington Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored forest green since it uses the IRT Lexington Avenue Line in Manhattan.

5 (New York City Subway service)

5 (New York City Subway service)

The 5 Lexington Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored apple green since it uses the IRT Lexington Avenue Line in Manhattan.

6 (New York City Subway service)

6 (New York City Subway service)

The 6 Lexington Avenue Local and <6> Pelham Bay Park Express are two rapid transit services in the A Division of the New York City Subway. Their route emblems, or "bullets", are colored forest green since they use the IRT Lexington Avenue Line in Manhattan. Local service is denoted by a (6) in a circular bullet, and express service is denoted by a <6> in a diamond-shaped bullet.

7 (New York City Subway service)

7 (New York City Subway service)

The 7 Flushing Local and <7> Flushing Express are two rapid transit services in the A Division of the New York City Subway, providing local and express services along the full length of the IRT Flushing Line. Their route emblems, or "bullets", are colored purple, since they serve the Flushing Line.

A (New York City Subway service)

A (New York City Subway service)

The A Eighth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored blue since it uses the IND Eighth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

B (New York City Subway service)

B (New York City Subway service)

The B Sixth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored orange, since it uses the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

C (New York City Subway service)

C (New York City Subway service)

The C Eighth Avenue Local is a 19-mile-long (31 km) rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is blue since it uses the IND Eighth Avenue Line in Midtown Manhattan.

D (New York City Subway service)

D (New York City Subway service)

The D Sixth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored orange, since it uses the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

List of station complexes with differing station names

Terminal of a regular/daytime service
Station complex Station name Services Div Line Opened Borough Neighborhood Ridership (2019) Rank
Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street Fourth Avenue "F" train "G" train IND Culver Line October 7, 1933 Brooklyn Park Slope 3,924,882 125
Ninth Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line June 22, 1915
14th Street/Sixth Avenue Sixth Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Manhattan Chelsea 14,736,035 17
14th Street "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940
14th Street "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918
14th Street/Eighth Avenue Eighth Avenue "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line May 30, 1931 Manhattan Chelsea 14,239,275 18
14th Street "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932
14th Street–Union Square 14th Street–Union Square "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 4, 1917 Manhattan Union Square 32,385,260 4
14th Street–Union Square "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904
Union Square "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924
42nd Street–Bryant Park/Fifth Avenue Fifth Avenue "7" train IRT   Flushing Line March 22, 1926 Manhattan Midtown 17,213,702 13
42nd Street–Bryant Park "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line December 15, 1940
62nd Street/New Utrecht Avenue 62nd Street "D" train BMT West End Line June 24, 1916 Brooklyn Borough Park 1,501,183 297
New Utrecht Avenue "N" train BMT Sea Beach Line June 22, 1915
Borough Hall/Court Street Borough Hall "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line April 15, 1919 Brooklyn Downtown 10,135,722 28
Borough Hall "4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line January 9, 1908
Court Street "R" train BMT Fourth Avenue Line August 1, 1920
Broadway–Lafayette Street/Bleecker Street Bleecker Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Greenwich Village 12,455,155 22
Broadway–Lafayette Street "B" train "D" train "F" train "M" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936
Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall/Chambers Street Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Civic Center 9,065,146 32
Chambers Street "J" train BMT   Nassau Street Line August 4, 1913
Chambers Street–World Trade Center/
Park Place/Cortlandt Street
Chambers Street "A" train "C" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Financial District 20,820,549 9
Cortlandt Street "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918
Park Place "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line July 1, 1918
World Trade Center "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932
Court Square–23rd Street Court Square "G" train IND   Crosstown Line August 19, 1933 Queens Long Island City 7,033,377 55
Court Square "7" train IRT   Flushing Line November 5, 1916
Court Square–23rd Street "E" train "M" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 28, 1939
Delancey Street/Essex Street Delancey Street "F" train IND   Sixth Avenue Line January 1, 1936 Manhattan Lower East Side 8,861,296 34
Essex Street "J" train "M" train BMT   Nassau Street Line September 16, 1908
Franklin Avenue/Botanic Garden Botanic Garden shuttle train[b] BMT Franklin Avenue Line September 30, 1928 Brooklyn Crown Heights 4,999,385 92
Franklin Avenue–Medgar Evers College "2" train "3" train "4" train "5" train IRT Eastern Parkway Line August 23, 1920
Grand Central–42nd Street Grand Central shuttle train[a] IRT 42nd Street Line October 27, 1904 Manhattan Midtown 45,745,700 2
Grand Central–42nd Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line June 22, 1915
Grand Central–42nd Street "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918
Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street 74th Street–Broadway "7" train IRT   Flushing Line April 21, 1917 Queens Jackson Heights 17,077,862 14
Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue "E" train "F" train "M" train "R" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933
Lexington Avenue/51st Street 51st Street "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Midtown 18,957,465 10
Lexington Avenue–53rd Street "E" train "M" train IND Queens Boulevard Line August 19, 1933
Lexington Avenue/59th Street 59th Street "4" train "5" train "6" train IRT   Lexington Avenue Line July 17, 1918 Manhattan Midtown 16,760,813 15
Lexington Avenue–59th Street "N" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 1, 1919
Metropolitan Avenue/Lorimer Street Lorimer Street "L" train BMT   Carnarsie Line June 30, 1924 Brooklyn Williamsburg 4,696,924 100
Metropolitan Avenue "G" train IND   Crosstown Line July 1, 1937
South Ferry/Whitehall Street South Ferry "1" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line March 16, 2009 Manhattan Battery Park 10,272,682 27
Whitehall Street–South Ferry "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line September 20, 1918
Times Square–42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal "A" train "C" train "E" train IND   Eighth Avenue Line September 10, 1932 Manhattan Times Square 65,020,294 1
Times Square shuttle train[a] IRT 42nd Street Line October 27, 1904
Times Square–42nd Street "N" train "Q" train "R" train "W" train BMT   Broadway Line January 5, 1918
Times Square–42nd Street "1" train "2" train "3" train IRT   Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line June 3, 1917
Times Square–42nd Street "7" train IRT   Flushing Line March 14, 1927

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List of New York City Subway transfer stations

List of New York City Subway transfer stations

In the New York City Subway there are several types of transfer stations:A station complex is where two or more stations are connected with a passageway inside fare control. There are 472 stations of the New York City Subway when each station is counted separately. When station complexes are counted as one station each, the count of stations is 424. Station serving two or more lines. It may be a multi-level or adjacent-platform station and is considered to be one station as classified by the MTA. Typically each track in a station belongs to a certain line. Station serving two or more services. Different services may share tracks. These stations are not included in this article; see List of New York City Subway stations.

Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street station

Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street station

The Fourth Avenue/Ninth Street station is a New York City Subway station complex shared by the elevated IND Culver Line and the underground BMT Fourth Avenue Line. It is located at the intersection of Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn and served by the:F, G and R trains at all times D and N trains late nights W train during rush hours only, with some trips in the peak direction

F (New York City Subway service)

F (New York City Subway service)

The F and Queens Boulevard Express/Sixth Avenue Local are two rapid transit services in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Their route bullets are colored orange, since they use and are part of the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan.

G (New York City Subway service)

G (New York City Subway service)

The G Brooklyn-Queens Crosstown Local is an 11.4-mile-long (18.3 km) rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored light green since it uses the IND Crosstown Line.

B Division (New York City Subway)

B Division (New York City Subway)

The New York City Subway's B Division consists of the lines that operate with lettered services, as well as the Franklin Avenue and Rockaway Park Shuttles. These lines and services were operated by the Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT) and city-owned Independent Subway System (IND) before the 1940 city takeover of the BMT. B Division rolling stock is wider, longer, and heavier than those of the A Division, measuring 10 or 9.75 ft by 60 or 75 ft.

IND Culver Line

IND Culver Line

The IND Culver Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway, extending from Downtown Brooklyn south to Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City, United States. The local tracks of the Culver Line are served by the F service, as well as the G between Bergen Street and Church Avenue. The express tracks north of Church Avenue are used by the train during rush hours in the peak direction. The peak-direction express track between Ditmas Avenue and Avenue X has not seen regular service since 1987.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is a borough of New York City, coextensive with Kings County, in the U.S. state of New York. Kings County is the most populous county in the State of New York, and the second-most densely populated county in the United States, behind New York County (Manhattan). Brooklyn is also New York City's most populous borough, with 2,736,074 residents in 2020.

BMT Fourth Avenue Line

BMT Fourth Avenue Line

The BMT Fourth Avenue Line is a rapid transit line of the New York City Subway, mainly running under Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn. The line is served by the D, N, and R at all times; the R typically runs local, while the D and N run express during the day and local at night. During rush hours, select W and northbound Q trains also serve the line. Limited rush-hour N trains operate local on the line in the reverse-peak direction. The line was originally built by the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company and is now internally operated as part of the New York City Subway's B Division.

14th Street/Sixth Avenue station

14th Street/Sixth Avenue station

The 14th Street/Sixth Avenue station is an underground New York City Subway station complex in the Chelsea district of Manhattan on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line, the BMT Canarsie Line and the IND Sixth Avenue Line. It is located on 14th Street between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue. It is served by the:1, 2, F, and L trains at all times 3 train at all times except late nights M train during weekdays train during rush hours in the peak direction

L (New York City Subway service)

L (New York City Subway service)

The L 14th Street–Canarsie Local is a rapid transit service in the B Division of the New York City Subway. Its route emblem, or "bullet", is colored medium gray since it serves the BMT Canarsie Line.

BMT Canarsie Line

BMT Canarsie Line

The BMT Canarsie Line is a rapid transit line of the B Division of the New York City Subway system, named after its terminus in the Canarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn. It is served by the L train at all times, which is shown in medium gray on the New York City Subway map and on station signs.

Manhattan

Manhattan

Manhattan is the most densely populated and geographically smallest of the five boroughs of New York City. The borough is also coextensive with New York County, one of the original counties of the U.S. state of New York. Located near the southern tip of New York State, Manhattan is based in the Eastern Time Zone and constitutes both the geographical and demographic center of the Northeast megalopolis and the urban core of the New York metropolitan area, the largest metropolitan area in the world by urban landmass. Over 58 million people live within 250 miles of Manhattan, which serves as New York City’s economic and administrative center, cultural identifier, and the city’s historical birthplace. Residents of the outer boroughs of New York City often refer to Manhattan as "the city". Manhattan has been described as the cultural, financial, media, and entertainment capital of the world, is considered a safe haven for global real estate investors, and hosts the United Nations headquarters. Manhattan also serves as the headquarters of the global art market.

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Notes
References
  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Subway Map" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. September 2021. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
  2. ^ "5 Subway Timetable, Effective June 26, 2022". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved August 1, 2022.
  3. ^ "B Subway Timetable, Effective December 19, 2021". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved February 3, 2022.
  4. ^ "D Subway Timetable, Effective July 5, 2022". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved August 1, 2022.
  5. ^ "E Subway Timetable, Effective November 8, 2020". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved December 9, 2020.
  6. ^ "M Subway Timetable, Effective November 8, 2020". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved December 9, 2020.
  7. ^ "R Subway Timetable, Effective June 26, 2022". Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved August 1, 2022.

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