Times Square-42 St

Times Square-42 St

Since 1904, Times Square is one of the most iconic attractions of New York City and often thought to be the global capital of the world. Advertisements, shows, shops line its streets, where people from all over the world flock to see. The station also happens to be the busiest station in the entire subway system. The 7 Train lies 60 feet below street level (NYC Subway.org). George Lewis Heins and Christopher Grant LaFarge were the first commissioned architects of the IRT and designed the original Times Square Station, which was located at the current Grand Central Shuttle stop (Wikipedia).

Birthday March 14, 1927
Locale Times Square
Tracks Local/Express
ADA-Compliant
Free Crossover

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Riders' Tips ?

Alternate Transit Options
Connections to: 1, 2, 3, 7, A, E, N, and Q trains (at all times)

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  • Train Service
  • Overcrowding

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Future Plans

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