Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by nkagan23, Oct 4, 2019.
that would be awesome
Which route to u want to see
the new york subway
The new york subway consists of many different lines you gotta be more specific. If you want your proposal to be taken seriously you gotta put this thing called effort into it and provide as much info as you can into it. Not just "I want this" and that's its thats just being lazy
Come on then, give us the sell! Which bit specifically do you want, and why should they make it?
Best presentation so far !!!
I don’t blame him because he’s new and he doesn’t know we want detailed proposals
But yea you gotta give more info
The BMT Brighton line Q,B trains & the IND Culver Line F,G trains in Brooklyn would be nice they both Outside Elevated & Underground https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IND_Culver_Line & https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMT_Brighton_Line
the "A" Train and 7 line would be best since both are near to the LIRR terminus of the Woodside and Far Rockaway
A train route would be nice it’s according where the route starts and ends outside elevated and underground tracks
Isn't that what the Long Island Railroad and NEC routes are?
No they’re not the same but The LIRR is owned by the MTA which Owns the Subway trains as well. LIRR is a commuter Train service goes far out to small towns while the NYC Trains is a Subway/Metro service that stays in the city areas. The NEC is a regional train that goes to through different states and Cities a much further distance then a commuter train.
Ok, I'll take your word for it. I wouldn't really know as I'm on the other side of the world (Oceania).
Oh okay cool yeah that’s how it is in a America
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