Where does the E train go in NYC?

Where does the E train go in NYC?

E (New York City Subway service)

Eighth Avenue Local
Queens bound E train of R160As enters 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal
Western end World Trade Center
Eastern end Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer (all times) Jamaica–179th Street (weekday rush hour, midday and early evenings)

Where is the E train at Penn Station?

34th Street penn station
Yes the E train stops at 34th Street penn station. It is the next one after 42nd en route to WTC.

What is the last stop on the E train?

E (MTA Subway) The first stop of the E subway route is World Trade Center and the last stop is Jamaica-179 St. E (Uptown & Queens) is operational during everyday.

What stops does the E train make in Manhattan?

Manhattan stations

Subway Station Entrance and Exit Location(s)
Lexington Ave/ 53 St Lexington Ave and E 53 St, Lexington Ave and E 52 St, 3rd Ave and E 53 St
5 Av/ 53 St 5th Ave and E 53 St, Madison Ave and E 53 St
7 Av 7th Ave and E 53 St, Broadway and E 53 St
50 St W 50 St and 8th Ave, W 49 St and 8th Ave, W 51 St and 8th Ave

Why is it called Jamaica Station?

In Jamaica, it is said that the Dutch adopted the name they heard the local Native Americans call it, giving it a Dutch spelling and using a “j” for what they heard as a “y” sound. And that’s how Jamaica, NY got its name.

Is Jamaica a NYC terminal?

There are three routes that are part of the City Terminal Zone: New York Penn Station (NYP) – Trains that, from Jamaica, travel west along the Main Line to Penn Station in Manhattan via the East River Tunnels. Atlantic Terminal (AT) – Trains that travel along the Atlantic Branch to Brooklyn.

Is E train safe at night?

The E train is very busy and it is safe (to enhance my safety I always ride near the middle of the train near the Conductor as opposed to the last car of the train – this is still an old holdover from the 1980’s when the subways weren’t so safe).

What is the longest train line in NYC?

The A train
The A train is the longest line in the system — 31 miles, from northern Manhattan through Brooklyn to Far Rockaway in Queens. New York City Transit, the arm of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority that operates the subways, says it is the longest subway line in the world.