Talk:2 (New York City Subway service)

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2 trains via Lexington Avenue/East Side Line?[edit]

Should there be extra stations added that are served by the 2 train? After all, some trains operate via East Side Express, although it serves the stations limited rush hours in the peak direction. However, since they are not usually general orders, these extra stations should probably be added. Only stations that are served due to general orders shouldn't be added, and since 2 trains serve the East Side limited rush hours in the peak direction, the extra stations should be added. Need opinions!!! --imdanumber1 15:03, 10 August 2006 (UTC)

As far as I know, there is no regularly scheduled 2 service on the Lexington Avenue Line. Do you have a citable source that says otherwise? I do not think that Wikipedia articles are the right place to describe construction re-routes or GO's, except for changes that are expected to be in place for a long time. Marc Shepherd 15:40, 10 August 2006 (UTC)
For that matter, should we really have the stations along the New Lots Line to New Lots Avenue? There's no scheduled service there. It's all right to mention it very briefly in the article itself (and as 2 (1)), but I really don't think there should be a section on the table for it. Larry V (talk | e-mail) 00:11, 15 January 2007 (UTC)