The NYCT: A/C/E/S Lines or 8th Avenue Lines are subway lines in NYC running along 8th Avenue, Fulton Street, and the Rockaways. The route would feature 70 stops, local and express, has two major yards (207th St. Yard & Pitkin Yard) and a smaller yard at Rockaway Park. The route runs underground for the entire C and E portion but after Grant Avenue, the line becomes elevated and runs together from 80th Street to Rockaway Boulevard. Afterward, the A splits into the Ozone Park Line and the Rockaway Line. The Rockaway Line runs from Rockaway Boulevard to Far Rockaway and Rockaway Park. The line traverses via the old LIRR Rockaway Branch, and from Howard Beach to Broad Channel, the line goes over Jamaica Bay and travels on the "Flats" for around 3 miles. A Line: The A Line runs from Inwood-207th Street, in Inwood, Manhattan to Ozone Park-Lefferts Boulevard (During Late Nights, A trains will not run to Ozone, instead a shuttle with a blue S bullet runs from Ozone to Euclid.), Far Rockaway-Mott Avenue, or during Rush Hours, down to Rockaway Park-Beach 116th Street. The Line runs express from 168th Street, in Washington Heights, Manhattan to Euclid Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn. (During Late Nights, the A will run local the entire way.) The A Line is the longest subway line in the NYC Subway stretching over 31 miles in length. The line is service by 207th St. Yard and Pitkin Yard. The Line is also served by the smaller Rockaway Park Yard. The line uses a fleet of R46 Cars and R179 Cars. Images below. NYCT Pullman Standard R-46 A Train, entered service in 1975 NYCT Bombardier R-179 A Train, entered service in 2019 207th St. Yard (Storage only) Pitkin Yard (Maintenance and Storage) Rockaway Park Yard (Storage only) The C Line: The C Line runs from 168th St. in Washington Heights, Manhattan to Euclid Ave. in East New York, Brooklyn. The C runs entirely underground and the entire route runs local. The line is served by the Pitkin Yard and requires layups on both ends in order to turn around. The C is also serviced by the smaller 174th St. Yard, a would-been extension that never came to be and is now used as a place to store C trains. C trains do not run late at night and are replaced with A train service running local. (The A/C Lines share the same fleet as both run out of the same yard (Pitkin Yard) so no more images are provided except for 174th St. Yard.) 174th St. Yard (Storage for C trains only) The E Line: The E line runs from Jamaica Center-Parson/Archer to World Trade Center running express on Queens Boulevard (not included in this suggestion) then running local from 50th Street to WTC. Due to the complexities of the Queens Boulevard trunk line, I will only be suggesting the section between Lexington Ave./53 St. to WTC station. The line will conist of R160s only. Mainly R160As. Images below. Alstom R-160A E train, entered service in 2006 The S (Rockaway Shuttle) Line: The Rockaway Shuttle runs between Broad Channel and Rockaway Park-Beach 116th St. at all times and consists only of R46s that run in a 4 car formation. At Broad Channel, trains go into the siding then come back into the station on the other track. Images below. Shuttle train leaving the siding to cross to the other track at Broad Channel. SPECIAL SERVICES S (Blue) During Late Nights, there is no A service to Lefferts Blvd. Instead, there is a late-night shuttle from Euclid Avenue to Ozone Park-Lefferts Blvd. This Shuttle also only consists of R46s. Note* At 6 AM, the two shuttle trains that run on the Ozone Park Shuttle couple up at Lefferts and becomes an A train. R46 Lefferts Shuttle at Euclid Ave. That is my suggestion to DTG. Everyone let's get some support for this. If the UK can have their tube trains, us Americans should have our subway trains.