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by/2.0 by katmere
Wikipedia: The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system owned by the City of New York and leased to the New York City Transit Authority, a subsidiary agency of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and also known as MTA New York City Transit. It is one of the oldest and most extensive public transportation systems in the world, with 468 stations in operation; 229 miles of routes, translating into 656 miles of revenue track; and a total of 842 miles including non-revenue trackage. In 2007, the subway delivered over 1. 562 billion rides, averaging over 5 million every weekday, 2.9 million on Saturdays, and 2.2 million on Sundays. The New York City Subway trails only the metro systems of Tokyo, Moscow and Seoul in annual ridership and carries more passengers than all other rail mass transit systems in the United States combined. Among the world's busiest metro systems it is the only one to run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The subway is currently undergoing renovation and expansion. Current expansion projects include the Second Avenue Subway on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the 7 Subway Extension to the west side of Manhattan and the Fulton Street Transit Center. The South Ferry Terminal has been opened to passenger service, but is not yet completed.


A Old Picture Of The New York City Subway, Which Seems To Be The 33rd Street Station Entrance To The New York City Subway In Herald Square A New York City Subway Exit Sign At 41st Street And 7th Avenue
by-nd/2.0 by anthea
Sculptures Enhancing The New York City Subway Graffiti Art Adorn A Wall In Part Of The New York City Subway Waiting For The Next Train On The New York City Subway Platform
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An Empty Station Of The New York City Subway A Colorful Mosaic Of A Woman In The New York City Subway System Friendly People Today On The New York City Subway System.
by-nd/2.0 by saeba
The View Of An Empty New York City Subway Station From A Subway Train Empty Ride On The New York City Subway. New York City Subway Is A Rapid Transit System Owned By The City Of New York
by-sa/2.0 by md111
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Passengers Await The Arrival Of The Next Train On The New York City Subway A Shot Of A Useful Sign In A New York Subway Station, If You Have Issues Call Margaret Walking Up To The Ramp To Enter The Subway In New York
by/2.0 by qwrrty
An Underground Transit System In New York City Was First Built By Alfred Ely Beach In 1869 Passenger Inside New York City Subway, The City Of New York Owned Rapid Transit System. Lovely Mosaic Sign In New York Subway System
Bill Boarding In A Way. Two People Sitting On A Cool, Graffiti Tagged New York City Subway  
 

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