NYTIP: extending the nyc subway, part 2: from the concourse to co-op city

Welcome back to my ongoing NYTIP series! In my last post, I began expounding on point 2 in the three-point plan to fix the NYC Subway – extend – with SAS Phase 2X and an Astoria line extension to LaGuardia Airport. In this post, I will discuss an extension near and dear to my heart – the Concourse line extension to Co-op City.

[let’s go!]

NYTIP: enhancing the nyc subway, part 7: overnight delivery

UPDATE (08.30.2019): Removed link to service guide due to errors.

Welcome back to my ongoing NYTIP series! Over the last six posts (click here for the most recent of these), I fleshed out point 1 of my three-point plan to improve the NYC Subway – enhance. In this post, I’ll discuss overnight service and subway system maintenance.

[Travel with me…]

NYTIP: enhancing the nyc subway, part 6: putting it all together

UPDATE (09.02.2019): Added a link to the enhanced NYC Subway service guide.

Welcome back to my ongoing series on the New York-area Transportation Improvement Plan (NYTIP)! When I introduced NYTIP, I outlined a three-point plan for fixing the NYC Subway system: enhance, extend, and expand. This post summarizes the last five posts, which addressed the first point – enhance.

[Let’s recap!]

NYTIP: enhancing the nyc subway, part 5: south bronx

Welcome back to my ongoing series on the New York-area Transportation Improvement Plan (NYTIP)! In my last post, I discussed the Eastern Parkway trunk line served by the 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines in Brooklyn. In this post, I will discuss the 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines in Manhattan and The Bronx, and explain why de-interlining is extremely challenging.

[Go on…]

NYTIP: enhancing the nyc subway, part 4: eastern parkway

Welcome back to my ongoing series on the New York-area Transportation Improvement Plan (NYTIP)! In my last post, I discussed the Broadway and Queens Boulevard lines, and the challenges faced in de-interlining the latter. In this post, I will discuss the Eastern Parkway trunk line served by the 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines in Brooklyn.

[let’s travel!]

NYTIP: enhancing the nyc subway, part 3: broadway and queens boulevard

In my last post, I discussed the South Brooklyn de-interlining. So far, the de-interlining plans contemplated by NYTIP involve simple swaps. In this part, we’ll explore the Broadway (N, Q, R, and W) and Queens Boulevard (E, F, M, and R) lines; while streamlining the former is trivial, the latter is much more challenging.

[Let’s dive in!]