Where does the 6 train run?

6 local trains operate between Pelham Bay Park/Bruckner Expwy, Bronx, and Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall, Manhattan, at all times. Weekday mornings some 6 trains (denoted below by a color bar) operate express toward Manhattan. Weekday afternoons and evenings, these trains operate express to the Bronx.

Is Fulton Street an express stop?

On May 2, 1999, the A became the express on the Fulton Street Line at all times except late nights, and C service was extended from World Trade Center to Euclid Avenue to provide local service along the line.

Does the C train stop at Fulton?

The complex is served by the 2, 4, A, and J trains at all times. The 3, 5, and C trains stop here at all times except late nights, and the Z stops during rush hours in the peak direction. The complex comprises four stations, all named Fulton Street.

What are stops of a train New York?

Stations on the A line

Subway Station Entrance and Exit Location(s)
Grant Av Pitkin Ave and Grant Ave
80 St 80 St and Liberty Ave, 77 St and Liberty Ave
88 St 88 St and Liberty Ave, 86 St and Liberty Ave
Rockaway Blvd Liberty Ave and Rockaway Blvd, 94 St and Liberty Ave, 97 St and Liberty Ave

Did the C train go to the Bronx?

The CC was once the only route to serve the Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens in a single trip.

How many stops does the C train have?

The first stop of the C subway route is Euclid Av and the last stop is 168 St-Washington Hts. C (Uptown & The Bronx) is operational during everyday. Additional information: C has 40 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 68 minutes.

Where does the E train stop?

Queens stations

Subway Station Entrance and Exit Location(s)
Briarwood Main St and Queens Blvd, Queens Blvd and Van Wyck Expressway
Kew Gardens Union Tpke Union Turnpike and Queens Blvd
75 Av Queens Blvs and 75 Ave, Queens Blvd and 75 Road
Forest Hills 71 Av 71 Ave and Queens Blvd, 70 Road and Queens Blvd

How many tracks does the Fulton Street station have?

The Fulton Street station (formerly the Broadway–Nassau Street station) on the IND Eighth Avenue Line has two tracks and one island platform. The A train stops here at all times, while the C train stops here at all times except late nights. The station is located approximately 60 feet (18 m) below ground level.

Where can I find media related to Fulton Street (NYC subway)?

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Fulton Street (New York City Subway). Note: Service variations, station closures, and reroutes are not reflected here. Stations with asterisks have no regular peak, reverse peak, or midday service on that route.

Where does the 6 train stop in NYC?

In 1945, the city closed the City Hall Loop station, the 6’s former southern terminal in Manhattan. Since then, most 6 trains have terminated at Brooklyn Bridge, with a few exceptions in later years.

Does the 6 train still use the Brooklyn Bridge Loop?

However, the 6 train still uses the loop to get from the southbound to the northbound local track at Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall. On May 10, 1946, late-night service was extended from 125th Street to its previous terminus at Brooklyn Bridge when late night express service on the 4 was restored.