103 St-Corona Plaza
Alburtis Avenue—as it was then known—first opened on April 21, 1917. It was later renamed 104th Street in anticipation of a northern pedestrian exit that never opened before taking on its present day moniker. If you look closely, you can still see remnants of the old Alburtis Avenue signs (Wikipedia).
||April 21, 1917
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Riders' Tips ?
Alternative Transit Options
- Take the Q23 bus to Forest Hills-71st Avenue where you can transfer to the E, F, M, or R Train.
- For less crowding, move to the front of the train. The first two or three cars are significantly less crowded.
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Top Complaints ?
- Facility Operation (such as broken machines, booth agents)
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