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Re: ''New Yorkers are freaking out that Amazon's HQ2 could cripple the subway system, but...''

Posted by Express Rider on Fri Nov 9 01:25:35 2018, in response to Re: ''New Yorkers are freaking out that Amazon's HQ2 could cripple the subway system, but...'', posted by Stephen Bauman on Thu Nov 8 17:10:13 2018.

I have a basic question, how many trains are designated to operate during rush hour (tradional 8 to 9 am), if there is such a volume of ridership an hour to two hours earlier have the number of trains/ train trips been increased?

What would be the absolute maximum capacity of the number of trains that could operate on the 7 during these earlier hours and up to 9 am, and what would the headway be?
Would increasing the number of trains be possible, given the extension,to 34th St., the crossovers north and south of the station, and the stub tracks beyond?
Thanks.

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