111 St

111 St

Opened on October 13, 1925, shuttle service then ran between 111th Street and Alburtis Avenue, which we now know as 103rd Street–Corona Plaza. The 7 Line was extended to Mets–Willets Point on May 7, 1927, and to Flushing–Main Street on January 21, 1928. Between 1955 and 1956, the platforms at 111th St were extended to accommodate 11-car trains (Wikipedia). Today, there four track. The center two are used as yard leads to nearby Corona Yard. The express track bypasses the station on a flyover track above the level of the platforms (NYCSubway.org).

Birthday October 13, 1925
Locale Corona
Tracks Local
ADA-Compliant
Free Crossover

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Future Plans

  • CBTC will be in service by third quarter, 2016 (delayed by 6 months).
  • Station renewal under the MTA’s 2015-2019 Capital Program is scheduled for 2018.