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- Disused Elevated Railway Stations of the New York Area
A companion to the list of Abandoned Subway Stations. It cannot hope to list all remnants of above-ground stations, but here is at least a listing of the closed elevated rapid transit stations that still exist.
- Disused or Unused Underground Railway Stations of the New York Area
A complete inventory of existing underground stations in the New York area that are not in use. It includes parts of stations not in use, if they are large areas like whole platforms or levels, but not small areas like individual entrances or passageways (nor faces of platforms).
- MetroCard Conditions of Use
The complete and unaltered text of the New York City Transit Authority handout of the same title, theoretically available at all token booths at all MetroCard stations, but in practice, seldom seen.
Contains the text and illustrations of The New York City Transit Authority's handout, available at token booths at MetroCard stations, of the same title. Though unauthorized, Esoteric Resources has attempted to present the text as written, only adding to it in order to be clear when listing specific MetroCard stations in Manhattan.
- New York City Subway Resources
Contains a number of features (photo tours, track maps, articles), as well as links to other subway and rail-related sites.
- New York City Transit History
New York City's first official subway system began operation on October 27, 1904 in Manhattan. The inaugural ride for public officials and invited guests became even more memorable when an enthusiastic Mayor McClennan insisted on driving the train for several miles. The First sunday the system opened, a million people tried to "do the subway,"-a figure greater than the City's population a century before. Now, 90 years later, daily subway ridership exceeds New York City's 1904 Population.
- New York City Transit Subway Maps
- New York City Transit
Subway-related information (Not an official city site) -- Included subway advisories, Transit Museum schedules, facts and figures.
- New York Subway Map
Not the MTA map! This is a completely new design by Joseph Brennan.
- NYC Area Transit Information
This page is intended to provide contact and connecting service information for riders of various modes of transit in the New York City metropolitan area.
- NYC Subway Navigator
From a server in France! Includes all NYCTA subway stations and LIRR railways stations. Enter a starting station and destination station and the system will calculation the route and estimated time to the destination. Pick from a list of stations (approx. 60K).
- Subway Maps
- The Letter, Number and Color Codes of the New York City Subways
- The New York Subway Finder
Find directions to any Manhattan street in seconds!
- The New York Subway
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