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WILL2468

aka WILLIAM M. HOROWITZ

  • I live in BELLEROSE, QUEENS NYC
  • I was born on April 10
  • My occupation is TOUR GUIDE
  • I am MALE
  • WILL2468

    In the last Blog, I talked about the Central Park West Line, which is the Northern half of the 8th Avenue Line. In this blog, I will address the 8th Avenue Line South of Columbus Circle. North of Columbus Circle is the B & C LOCAL Trains & the A & D EXPRESS Trains. As we continue South leaving Columbus Circle, The B & D Trains turn left onto 53rd Street. Meanwhile the A & C Trains continue South. The E train from Queens turns onto 8th Avenue from 53rd Street. From this point the C & E Trains are the 8th Avenue LOCAL & the A Train is the Express. After 53rd Street, the next LOCAL Stop is 50th Street, which I would rename Hells KItchen-50th Street.

    The Next Stop is a MAJOR Stop/Hub. The Next Stop is 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal, wh…

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    I will address the Central Park West Line of the New York City Transit Subway. The Central Park West Line includes the A, B, C & D Subway Lines NORTH of Columbus Circle. The A Train begins @ Inwood-207th Street. The next stop is Dyckman Street. The stop after that is 190th Street, which I would rename Fort Tryon Park: The Cloisters-190th Street. The next stop is 181st Street, which I would rename George Washington Bridge-181st Street. The next stop is 175th Street, which I would rename George Washington Bus Terminal-175th Street. The Next Stop is 168th Street, which I would rename to Washington Heights-168th Street. Transfer here for the # 1 Train. This is also the C Train FIRST & LAST Stop in New York County (Manhattan). I would Extend th…

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    The FIRST stop in BRONX County (Bronx) for the D Train after leaving NEW YORK County (Manhattan) is 161st Street-Yankee Stadium, which I would Rename Yankee Stadium-161st Street. Transfer @ Yankee Stadium for the # 4 Train. After Yankee Stadium, the D train then turns onto Grand Concourse & travels along Grand Concourse for 98% of the rest of the route in Bronx County. That is the reason the D train in Bronx Couty is known as the Grand Concourse Line. In Addition, the D Train is the ONLY Subway Line in Bronx County that is COMPLETELY UNDERGROUND. The next stop is 167th Street, which I would rename East Highbridge-167th Street. The next stop is 170th Street, which I would rename West Claremont-170th Street. The next stop is 174-175th Street…

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    NYCT 7 TRAIN

    June 8, 2018 by WILL2468

    In this Blog, I will be talking about the # 7 Train. The # 7 Train Originally ended @ Times Square. The New Extention of the # 7 Train opened September 15th 2015. Now the 7 Train starts @ Hudson Yards-34th Street. There are some who say the 7 Train should be Extended to Secaucus, New Jersey. I would support the extention. As I said, Currently, the 7 Train starts @ Hudson Yards-34th Street. Transfer there for the M34 SBS (Select Bus Service). When they were building the Extention from Times Square to Hudson Yards, Many were upset that No Station was Built @ 41st Street & 11th Avenue. I would Support building a Station @ 11th Avenue & 41st Street. I would Name the Stop West Hells Kitchen.

    Currently, After Hudson Yards-34th Street, The next st…

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    I wanted to make some FINAL Proposals for the #s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 Trains. Here is My FINAL Proposal for the # 1 Train. The 1 Train would continue to be 24/7 LOCAL in BOTH Directions. I have been hearing talk about extending the # 1 Train from its current Terminal @ South Ferry in Battery Park in New York County (Manhattan). The idea is to extend the # 1 Train under the East River to the New Terminal in Red Hook in Kings County (Brooklyn). I FULLY SUPPORT THIS IDEA/PROPOSAL.

    As far as the # 3 Train is Concerned, I have 2 Proposals. The First would be the slightly change the Route. It Currently goes from Harlem-148th Street to East New York-New Lots Avenue. I propose to change it to 24/7 Harlem-148th Street to Brooklyn College/Flatbush Avenu…

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