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Re: Why are the Q and B local/express swapped Brooklyn/Manhattan?

Posted by randyo on Sun Apr 15 17:50:01 2018, in response to Re: Why are the Q and B local/express swapped Brooklyn/Manhattan?, posted by Joe V on Sat Apr 14 16:55:14 2018.

Under the original IND scheme, a train that had express running anywhere on its route was considered to be and signed up as n express. If a train was 100% local with no express running whatsoever, then it was considered a local. As it exists now, the only 100% pure locals on the bMT/IND are the C, G, J, L, M, R and W. During certain off hours, the A, N, and Q also run local and during those times if the Lcl and Exp signs were still on the cars the Lcl sign would be illuminated.

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