D train map

D train map NYC. D train map (New York - USA) to print. D train map (New York - USA) to download. The d train Sixth Avenue Express is a rapid transit service of the New York City Subway. The d train is colored bright orange on route signs, station signs, and the official subway map, since it uses the IND Sixth Avenue Line through Manhattan as its shown in d train map. The d train service operates at all times between 205th Street in Norwood, Bronx, and Stillwell Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn via Concourse in the Bronx, Eighth Avenue (under Central Park West) and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, and the north side of the Manhattan Bridge to and from Brooklyn. In Brooklyn, d train service operates via the BMT Fourth Avenue and West End lines. It is the only B Division service to operate full time in the Bronx.
At all times, the d train operates express in Manhattan and local on the West End Line. The d train operates local in the Bronx at all times except rush hours when it runs express in peak direction only (mornings to Manhattan, afternoon and early evening from Manhattan) as its mentioned in d train map. In Brooklyn, d trains bypass DeKalb Avenue and operate express along Fourth Avenue at all times except late nights when they stop at DeKalb Avenue and operate local.
D train service began on December 15, 1940 when the IND Sixth Avenue Line opened. The d train run from 205th Street, Bronx to World Trade Center on the IND Eighth Avenue Line (at that time was called Hudson Terminal), switching from the IND Sixth Avenue to the Eighth Avenue Lines at West Fourth Street – Washington Square (see d train map).