List of New York City Subway services

Route bullets for the 3, N, 7, and D services
(clockwise from top left) on rolling stock

As of September 2019, the New York City Subway system has 28 lettered or numbered route designations.[1]

  • The 1, C, G, L, M, R, and W trains are fully local, making all stops.
  • The 2, 3, 4, 5, A, B, D, E, N and Q trains have portions of express and local service.
  • The J train normally operates local, but during rush hours it is joined by the Z train in the peak direction. Both run local, express or skip-stop on different parts of their route.
  • The 6 and 7 are fully local, but during rush hours, express variants of the routes, designated by diamond-shaped route markers, are operated alongside the locals in the peak direction.
  • The F has portions of express and local service, but during rush hours, an express variant of the route, designated by a diamond-shaped route marker, is operated alongside the local in Brooklyn in the peak direction.
  • The letter S is used for three shuttle services: the Rockaway Park Shuttle, Franklin Avenue Shuttle, and 42nd Street Shuttle.

Due to the subway operating 24 hours a day, there are five different service patterns. There are rush-hour, midday, evening, weekend and late-night service patterns. Each service has a table in its article to show what tracks are used and when. This article lists all the current services, along with their lines and terminals and a brief description; see Unused New York City Subway service labels for unused and defunct services.

In the New York City Subway nomenclature, numbered or lettered "services" use different segments of physical trackage, or "lines". The services that run on certain lines change periodically.

Time periodsEdit

The New York City Subway is one of the few subways worldwide operating 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The schedule is divided into different periods, with each containing different operation patterns and train intervals.

The MTA defines time periods as follows; these are used in articles (sometimes abbreviated by numbers in superscript or the symbol indicated):

  •   (1) rush hours – 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday–Friday
    •   (1a) rush hours in the peak direction (toward Manhattan in the morning, away from Manhattan in the afternoon)
  • (2) middays – 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday–Friday
    • (2a) middays in the peak direction
    • (2b) middays in the non-peak direction
  •   (3) evenings – 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., Monday–Friday
    • (3a) early evenings – 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    • (3b) evenings in the peak direction
    • (3c) early evenings in the peak direction – 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  •   (4) weekends – 6:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m., Saturday and Sunday
  •   (5) late nights – 12:00 a.m. to 6:30 a.m., every day
    • (5a) weekday late nights
    • (5b) weekend late nights

Other symbols are derivatives and are defined based on the rules above:

  •   all times – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    •   all times except rush hours in the peak direction
    •   all times except weekdays in the peak direction
  •   daily – criteria (1), (2), (3), and (4) above (all times except late nights)
    •   daily except rush hours in the peak direction
    •   daily – criteria (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5b) above (all times except weekday late nights)
  •   weekdays – criteria (1), (2), and (3) above
  •   nights and weekdays – criteria (1), (2), (3), and (5) above
    •   weekdays and weekday nights – criteria (1), (2), (3), and (5a) above
  •   nights and weekends – criteria (4) and (5) above
    •   weekends and weekend nights – criteria (4) and (5b) above
  •   limited service during rush hours – criterion (1) above, but only for selected trains
    •   limited service during rush hours in the peak direction
  •   service during rush hours in the reverse peak direction – opposite of criteria (1) above
    •   limited service during rush hours in the reverse peak direction

Service listingEdit

Lines with colors next to them are the primary trunk line of the corresponding service; they determine the color of the service bullets and diamonds, except shuttles, which are dark gray.

Current servicesEdit

  Route Line(s) North terminal South terminal Service pattern(s)
A Division (IRT)
  Broadway–Seventh Avenue Local[2]      IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line Van Cortlandt Park–242nd Street South Ferry Operates at all times, fully local, making all stops
  Seventh Avenue Express[3] IRT White Plains Road Line
IRT Lenox Avenue Line
     IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line
IRT Eastern Parkway Line
IRT Nostrand Avenue Line
Wakefield–241st Street Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College Operates at all times, express on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line in Manhattan, and local elsewhere
Operates fully local late nights
  Seventh Avenue Express[4] IRT Lenox Avenue Line
     IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line
IRT Eastern Parkway Line
IRT New Lots Line
Harlem–148th Street New Lots Avenue
Times Square–42nd Street (late nights)
Operates the full route at all times except late nights, express on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line in Manhattan and local elsewhere
Short turns at Times Square–42nd Street late nights
  Lexington Avenue Express[5] IRT Jerome Avenue Line
     IRT Lexington Avenue Line
IRT Eastern Parkway Line
IRT New Lots Line
Woodlawn Crown Heights–Utica Avenue
New Lots Avenue (some rush hour trips and late nights)
Operates at all times; normally express on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line in Manhattan and IRT Eastern Parkway Line in Brooklyn and local on the IRT Woodlawn Line in the Bronx
Skips 138th Street rush hours in peak direction.
Extended to New Lots Avenue late nights
Operates fully local late nights
  Lexington Avenue Express[6] IRT Dyre Avenue Line
IRT White Plains Road Line
IRT Jerome Avenue Line
     IRT Lexington Avenue Line
IRT Eastern Parkway Line
IRT Nostrand Avenue Line
Eastchester–Dyre Avenue
Nereid Avenue (some rush hour trips)
Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College (weekdays until 8:45pm)
Bowling Green (evenings and weekends)
East 180th Street (late nights)
Operates the full route (Dyre Avenue to Flatbush Avenue) rush hours and middays; with additional service to Nereid Avenue rush hours in the peak direction
Short turns at Bowling Green evenings and weekends
Express in Manhattan and on the IRT Eastern Parkway Line in Brooklyn
Express in the peak direction between East 180th Street and East 149th Street-Grand Concourse in the Bronx rush hours only and local at all other times
Operates as a shuttle (Dyre Avenue to East 180th Street) late nights
  Lexington Avenue Local[7] IRT Pelham Line
     IRT Lexington Avenue Line
Pelham Bay Park
Parkchester (rush hours and middays)
Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall Operates at all times, fully local
Some trains in AM non-peak direction short turn at Parkchester when the <6> operates.
Short turns in PM peak direction at Parkchester when the <6> operates.
  Pelham Bay Park Express[7] IRT Pelham Line
     IRT Lexington Avenue Line
Pelham Bay Park Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall Operates rush hours and midday only, in the peak direction
Express on the IRT Pelham Line between Third Avenue and Parkchester and local elsewhere
  Flushing Local[8]      IRT Flushing Line Flushing–Main Street 34th Street–Hudson Yards Operates at all times, fully local
  Flushing Express[8]      IRT Flushing Line Flushing–Main Street 34th Street–Hudson Yards Operates rush hours and evenings only, in the peak direction
Express between Queensboro Plaza and Main Street
  42nd Street Shuttle[9] IRT 42nd Street Shuttle Times Square Grand Central Operates at all times except late nights
B Division (IND/BMT)
  Eighth Avenue Express[10]      IND Eighth Avenue Line
IND Fulton Street Line
IND Rockaway Line
Inwood–207th Street
Euclid Avenue (late night Lefferts Boulevard Shuttle)
Ozone Park–Lefferts Boulevard or Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue
Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street (some peak direction rush hour trips)
Operates at all times, normally express between 168th Street and Euclid Avenue and local elsewhere
Trains alternate between Lefferts Blvd and Far Rockaway with limited peak service to Rockaway Park
Operates fully local late nights to Far Rockaway only with shuttle service between Euclid Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard
  Sixth Avenue Express[11] IND Concourse Line
IND Eighth Avenue Line
     IND Sixth Avenue Line
BMT Brighton Line
Bedford Park Boulevard (rush hours)
145th Street (middays and evenings)
Brighton Beach Operates weekdays only, until 10:00 p.m.
Operates express in Brooklyn and on the IND Sixth Avenue Line in Manhattan; local on Central Park West/Eighth Avenue Line in Manhattan and in the Bronx
Short turns at 145th Street during middays and evenings
  Eighth Avenue Local[12]      IND Eighth Avenue Line
IND Fulton Street Line
168th Street Euclid Avenue Operates at all times except late nights, fully local
  Sixth Avenue Express[13] IND Concourse Line
IND Eighth Avenue Line
     IND Sixth Avenue Line
BMT Fourth Avenue Line
BMT West End Line
Norwood–205th Street Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue Operates at all times, express in Manhattan at all times, normally express on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line in Brooklyn and local elsewhere in Brooklyn
Operates fully local in Brooklyn late nights
Express on the IND Concourse Line rush hours in the peak direction and local other times
  Eighth Avenue Local[14] IND Archer Avenue Line
IND Queens Boulevard Line
     IND Eighth Avenue Line
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer World Trade Center Operates at all times, normally express on the IND Queens Boulevard Line in Queens and local elsewhere
Operates local north of Forest Hills evenings and weekends
Operates fully local late nights
  Queens Boulevard Express/Sixth Avenue Local[15] IND Queens Boulevard Line
IND 63rd Street Line
     IND Sixth Avenue Line
IND Culver Line
Jamaica–179th Street Kings Highway (some rush hour trips)
Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue
Operates at all times
Operates express in Queens between Forest Hills–71st Avenue and 21st Street–Queensbridge and local elsewhere
Some rush hour trains short turn at Kings Highway
  Culver Express[15] IND Queens Boulevard Line
IND 63rd Street Line
     IND Sixth Avenue Line
IND Culver Line
Jamaica–179th Street Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue Operates rush hours, peak direction only
Operates express in Queens between Forest Hills–71st Avenue and 21st Street–Queensbridge and in Brooklyn between Jay Street–MetroTech and Church Avenue, and local elsewhere
  Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown[16]      IND Crosstown Line
IND Culver Line
Court Square Church Avenue Operates at all times, fully local
  Nassau Street Local[17] BMT Archer Avenue Line
BMT Jamaica Line
     BMT Nassau Street Line
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer Broad Street Operates at all times, normally fully local
Operates skip-stop with the Z train during rush hours in the peak direction.
Runs express from Myrtle Avenue to Marcy Avenue middays and rush hours in peak direction.
  14th Street–Canarsie Local[18]      BMT Canarsie Line Eighth Avenue Canarsie–Rockaway Parkway Operates at all times, fully local
Some Canarsie-bound trains short-turn at Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues during the a.m. rush hour
  Queens Boulevard/Sixth Avenue Local[19] IND Queens Boulevard Line
     IND Sixth Avenue Line
BMT Nassau Street Line
BMT Jamaica Line
BMT Myrtle Avenue Line
Forest Hills–71st Avenue
Essex Street (evenings and weekends)
Myrtle Avenue (late nights)
Middle Village–Metropolitan Avenue Operates the full route weekdays, fully local
Short turns at Essex Street weekday evenings and weekends
Short turns at Myrtle Avenue late nights
  Broadway Express[20] BMT Astoria Line
     BMT Broadway Line
BMT Fourth Avenue Line
BMT Sea Beach Line
Astoria–Ditmars Boulevard Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue Operates at all times
Normally operates via the Manhattan Bridge, express on the BMT Broadway Line south of Times Square weekdays, express on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line in Brooklyn, and local elsewhere
Local in Manhattan weekends
Operates via the Montague Street Tunnel late nights, fully local
  Second Avenue/Broadway Express/Brighton Local[21] IND Second Avenue Line
BMT 63rd Street Line
     BMT Broadway Line
BMT Brighton Line
96th Street Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue Operates at all times, normally express in Manhattan and local in Brooklyn
Operates fully local late nights
  Broadway Local[22] IND Queens Boulevard Line
     BMT Broadway Line
BMT Fourth Avenue Line
Forest Hills–71st Avenue
Whitehall Street (late nights)
Bay Ridge–95th Street Operates the full route at all times except late nights, fully local
Short turns at Whitehall Street late nights
  Franklin Avenue Shuttle[23] BMT Franklin Avenue Line Franklin Avenue Prospect Park Operates at all times
  Rockaway Park Shuttle[24] IND Rockaway Park Branch of the IND Rockaway Line Broad Channel Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street Operates at all times
  Broadway Local[25] BMT Astoria Line
     BMT Broadway Line
Astoria–Ditmars Boulevard Whitehall Street Operates during weekdays only until 11:00 p.m., fully local, making all stops
  Nassau Street Express[17] BMT Archer Avenue Line
BMT Jamaica Line
     BMT Nassau Street Line
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer Broad Street Skip-stop pair with J service during rush hours in the peak direction only

Future servicesEdit

  Route Line(s) North terminal South terminal Service pattern(s)
  Second Avenue Local      IND Second Avenue Line Harlem–125th Street Houston Street (Phase 3)
Hanover Square (Phase 4)
Will operate at all times, fully local, making all stops

Service variantsEdit

  • The 6 service has a midday (2a) and rush hour (1a) diamond Bronx express service labeled <6>, in addition to 6 local service.[7]
  • The 7 service has a rush hour (1a), and evening (3c) diamond Queens express service labeled <7>, in addition to 7 local service.[8]
  • The F service has a rush hour (1a), diamond Brooklyn express service labeled <F>, in addition to F local service.[15]

Several services operate shorter routes during lower ridership hours, but these are neither signed differently nor counted as separate services. Although service changes caused by General Orders for construction occur on most days during midday and overnight hours, and throughout most weekends, these changes are not counted as separate services.

Variants unaccounted for by formal designationsEdit

Because of inconsistencies in usage there are, in practice, more distinctly identifiable services operating simultaneously than are represented by the color/letter/number designations:

Event variantsEdit

 
The "2007 Holiday Shopper's Special", which ran on December Sundays, is a train of museum subway cars. This particular car is displaying the (former) S Special on its rollsign at the 23rd Street (Sixth Avenue) station.

The following lines run special service after sporting and other events:

Train frequency chartsEdit

Train intervalsEdit

The schedule offers trains every 3 to 5 minutes on the most used sections during rush hours. During other traffic periods, intervals range usually from 4 to 12 minutes or up to 20 minutes on outer sections. During late nights, only selected express services are operated and all late-night services usually run every 20 minutes.

Train headways in minutes as of June 2020
Period Time  [27]
[2]
 [28]
[3]
 [29]
[4]
 [30]
[5]
 [31]
[6]
 
 [32]
[7]
 
 [33]
[8]
 
(42nd
Street)

[9]
 [34]
[10]
 [35]
[11]
 [36]
[12]
 [37]
[13]
 [38]
[14]
 
 [39]
[15]
 [40]
[16]
 
 [41]
[17]
 [42]
[18]
 [43]
[19]
 [44]
[20]
 [45]
[21]
 [46]
[22]
 [25]  
(Rockaway
Park)

[24]
 
(Franklin
Avenue)

[23]
Rush hours Mondays to Fridays
6:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
3 6-7 6-7 4-5 5-6 2-4 2-3 2-4 4-5 7-9 9-10 6-7 4 4-5 6-9 5-8 4-5 8-10 6-8 6-8 6-8 8-10 12-28 10
Middays Mondays to Fridays
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
6 7-8 8-9 7-8 8-9 4 5 5 7-10 10 10 10 7-8 7-8 10 10 4-6 10 10 8 10 10 13-17 10
Evenings Mondays to Fridays
8:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
10 8-12 12 10 10-12 10-12 5-8 5 10-12 N/A 12 10-12 6-10 8-10 8-12 12-15 7-12 12-15 10-12 8-12 12 10 15-20 12-15
Weekends Saturdays, Sundays,
Holidays
6:30 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.
8-12 8-12 12 8-12 12 8-10 4-8 5 10 N/A 12 10-15 12 12 10 10-15 4-10 10-12 10-12 8-10 12 N/A 15-20 10-15
Late nights 12:00 a.m. – 6:30 a.m. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 N/A 20 N/A N/A 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 N/A 20 20
  • The 3 train runs late nights Harlem–148th Street42nd Street only. Between Crown Heights–Utica Avenue and New Lots Avenue, 4 train operates during this time.[4]
  • The 5 train runs late nights Eastchester-Dyre AvenueEast 180th Street only. During rush hours, 5 train runs express between East 180th Street and Third Avenue–149th Street in the peak direction; this is the reason for the different intervals shown in the table.[6]
  • Every other 6 train runs express between Third Avenue–138th Street and Parkchester from 06:30 until 12:30 only in inbound direction and from 12:30 until 21:00 only in outbound direction. Local trains terminate at Parkchester while express trains continue as locals to Pelham Bay Park during PM rush hours.[7]
  • Every other 7 train runs express from 06:30 until 10:00 only in inbound direction and from 14:30 until 22:00 only in outbound direction.[8]
  • Every other A train serves Ozone Park–Lefferts Boulevard or Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue terminus approximately alternating; five daily trains originate/terminate at Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street during rush hours in the peak direction.[10]
  • Two F trains in the AM rush hour, and two in the PM rush hour, operate peak-direction express in Brooklyn between Jay Street and Church Avenue.
  • Every other J train is designated as a Z train during rush hours in the peak direction; both J & Z operate skip-stop between Sutphin Boulevard and Myrtle Avenue during these times.[17]
  • The M train operates as a shuttle between Middle Village–Metropolitan Avenue and Myrtle Avenue from 23:00 until 06:30, and on weekends between Middle Village–Metropolitan Avenue and Essex Street[19]
  • The R train operates between Whitehall Street and 95th Street during late nights.[22]

Trains per hourEdit

This is a list of average train frequencies during different times of the day, measured in trains per hour (tph). This chart shows frequencies as of November 2017 based on the train intervals listed in timetables, with a margin of error of 2 tph.

Trains per hour
Period  [2]  [3]  [4]  [5]  [6]  [7]  [7]  [8]  [8]  
(42nd
Street)
[9]
 [10]  [11]  [12]  [13]  [14]  [15]  [15]  [16]  [17]  [18]  [19]  [20]  [21]  [22]  [25]  
(Rock.
Pk.
)
[24]
 
(Fnkln.
Ave.
)
[23]
 [17]
Rush hours 20 9–10
[note 1]
9–10 14.5
[note 1]
14.5
[note 1]
[note 2]
12–15 12–15 10–15 10–15 20 15
[note 3]
8 6–7 10 15
[note 4]
14.5 2
[note 5]
6–8 6 12–15 7–8 7.5 7.5 7.5 6-7 5 6 6
Middays, evenings, and weekends[note 6] 10 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 12 N/A 12 8
[note 7]
6 6 6 8 8 N/A 6 6 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 N/A
Late nights 3 3 3 3 3 3 N/A 3 N/A N/A 6
[note 8]
N/A N/A 3 3 3 N/A 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 N/A 3 3 N/A
  1. ^ a b c Some trains also go to New Lots Avenue during rush hours
  2. ^ Most trains go to Dyre Avenue, but a few go to Nereid Avenue
  3. ^ 7 to Lefferts Boulevard, 7 to Far Rockaway, plus five daily peak-direction trains to/from Rockaway Park
  4. ^ 12 to Parsons/Archer, 3 to 179th Street
  5. ^ 2 from Brooklyn in the AM, and 2 toward Brooklyn in the PM
  6. ^ Evening and weekend frequencies are the same as midday frequencies, with the following exceptions: <6> trains do not operate in the evenings or weekends. B and W trains do not operate on weekends.
  7. ^ 4 to Lefferts Boulevard, 4 to Far Rockaway
  8. ^ 3 for regular service, 3 for Lefferts shuttle

HistoryEdit

See New York City Subway nomenclature for a complete explanation; this is just a table of when each service has existed (and been signed for the public). Shuttles were SS until 1985, when they became S (which had been used for specials). See here for the colors used for shuttles in 1967; in 1968 all six became green, and in 1979 all shuttles became dark gray.

B Division (IND/BMT)A Division (IRT)JFK (New York City Subway service)Z (New York City Subway service)W (New York City Subway service)V (New York City Subway service)TT (New York City Subway service)T (New York City Subway service)RJ (New York City Subway service)RR (New York City Subway service)R (New York City Subway service)QT (New York City Subway service)QJ (New York City Subway service)QB (New York City Subway service)Q (New York City Subway service)NX (New York City Subway service)N (New York City Subway service)MJ (New York City Subway service)M (New York City Subway service)LL (New York City Subway service)L (New York City Subway service)KK (New York City Subway service)K (New York City Subway service)JJ (New York City Subway service)J (New York City Subway service)16 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)15 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)14 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)13 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)10 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)7 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)4 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)3 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)1 (Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation service)HH (New York City Subway service)H (New York City Subway service)GG (New York City Subway service)G (New York City Subway service)F (New York City Subway service)EE (New York City Subway service)E (New York City Subway service)D (New York City Subway service)CC (New York City Subway service)C (New York City Subway service)BB (New York City Subway service)B (New York City Subway service)AA (New York City Subway service)A (New York City Subway service)9 (New York City Subway service)8 (New York City Subway service)7 (New York City Subway service)6 (New York City Subway service)5 (New York City Subway service)4 (New York City Subway service)3 (New York City Subway service)2 (New York City Subway service)1 (New York City Subway service)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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