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7 train NYC map. 7 train map (New York - USA) to print. 7 train map (New York - USA) to download. The 7 train Flushing Local and 7 train Flushing Express are rapid transit services of the New York City Subway, providing local and express services along the full length of the IRT Flushing Line. The services are colored raspberry on station signs, route signs and the official subway map with local service denoted by a 7 train in a circular logo, and express service by a 7 in a diamond-shaped logo. Both services operate between Main Street in Flushing, Queens and Times Square in Midtown Manhattan as its shown in 7 train map.
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The 7 train was the last stronghold for the "Redbird" subway cars. Until 2002, the entire fleet was dominated by the R33/R36 World Fair cars. In 2001, with the arrival of the R142/R142A cars, the Transit Authority announced the retirement of all Redbird cars. From 2002-03, the Bombardier-built R62A cars formerly used on the 3 and 6 trains gradually replaced the R33/36 WF cars on the 7 train. On November 3, 2003, the last Redbird train made its final trip on this line of 7 train, making all stops between Times Square and the then-named Willets Point – Shea Stadium as its mentioned in 7 train map.
Express service of 7 train runs weekdays from 6:30 to 10:00 a.m. going to Times Square and 3:00 to 10:00 p.m. (15:00 to 22:00) going to Main Street as you can see in 7 train map. "Super Express" service of 7 train to Manhattan is also provided after New York Mets games weeknights and weekends at Citi Field and US Open (tennis) games: starting at Mets – Willets Point and operating express to Times Square, also bypassing Junction Boulevard, Hunters Point Avenue and Vernon Boulevard – Jackson Avenue.
The 7 train operates with 11-car trains as its shown in 7 train map, more than any other New York City Subway service. However, these 7 trains are not the longest in the system, since a train of 11 "A" Division cars is only 561 feet (171 m) long, while a standard "B" Division train (consisting of ten 60 foot cars or eight 75 foot cars) is 600 feet (180 m) long.