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This Weekend: No. 7 Train Service Changes

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May 31, 2013 Staff Report

The MTA has announced a number of No. 7 train service changes this weekend—stemming from track work.

All Flushing-bound #7 trains will run express from Queens Plaza to 74th Street, skipping all stations in Sunnyside and Woodside (except 61st Street-LIRR connection).

The service change goes from 11:45 p.m. Friday to 2 p.m. Sunday.

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Track work did take place on Sunday. Local service towards Flushing did not resume until 2;00 in the afternoon.


This was a worse mess than usual on Saturday afternoon, due to track work being done simultaneously on the “N” line, which connects with the #7 at Queensboro Plaza. Using those two trains inbound to Manhattan, it took me 68 minutes to get to Union Square/14th Street from 40th Street Sunnyside. The return trip took nearly two hours, including having to go to Woodside/61st Street to catch a local back to 40th Street, Sunnyside.
Everywhere, the platforms themselves were in over-crowded chaos, with many travelers who can’t speak English crying and screaming for assistance. There were hardly any MTA employees to assist.


Number 7 service not “normal” this weekend – and this is different news because . . . ?


All this work and no installation of any cameras, Enjoy the 7 train SUNNYSIDE yuppies!

Craic Dealer

I can’t believe a guy who publicly masturbates is more reliable than the 7 train. Remember, you can help find this self-milker by text tips to the NYPD to 274637(CRIMES) then enter TIP577. Thats right…

Hoove hearted

On the other hand, the 7 train public masturbator’s weekend schedule remains unchanged, MTA officials have confirmed.


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