The 7<7> trains run on the elevated IRT Flushing Line tracks above the street with ten stations until it reaches Flushing – Main Street, its current eastern terminus. The rail line has been elevated above Roosevelt Avenue since 1917, when Roosevelt Avenue was formed from the combination of other streets into one main avenue. The street, itself named after Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt, provides the name for the Roosevelt Avenue / 74th Street station (7EFMR trains) in Jackson Heights. The G train stops at the Greenpoint Avenue station located at Greenpoint Avenue and Manhattan Avenue. Roosevelt Avenue was nationally recognized for its cuisine when Good Magazine named it one of "America's Tastiest Streets." Roosevelt Avenue is well known for its diversity of cultural representation, ranging from Indian to Latin American.