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Old 02-18-2012, 08:39 PM
 
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The blue line , do you mean the A train?
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Are we in Boston?
mta.info | Subway Map

blue line = A and C and E trains

What is your confusion?
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Old 02-18-2012, 08:44 PM
 
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This is good to know. I had no idea you could eliminate any worry of being robbed or harassed simply by taking a cab after 2 am.
NP, common sense is your friend.
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:56 AM
 
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mta.info | Subway Map

blue line = A and C and E trains

What is your confusion?
They're usually not referred to by the color, since more than one train uses the same color. When you say the blue line, it makes it hard to distinguish if you're talking about the A, C or E trains. Or if you say the orange line, are you referring to the B, D, F, or M train?

When the Second Avenue subway (T train) comes into service, would you be calling that the Teal line?

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Old 02-19-2012, 12:14 PM
 
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Hey everyone,

My friend and I are moving in closer into Manhattan to be able to make our commute easier and we've been shown some property. One of the places that we are looking at is at the corner of St. Nicholas and 159th street.
I used to live literally right there, 974 Saint Nicholas Avenue on the corner of W 159th and St. Nicholas Ave. It's not unsafe but the quality of life is awful. Do expect constant shouting, kids screaming, the locks on front doors routinely broken, loitering at entrances, and police and ambulance sirens at all hours.

Not to mention, the Chinese realty ladies that sold me on this unit are plain evil, I didn't have heat for the majority of the winter and I had to stage a sit-in to get my deposit back.

You'd be much better off living along Edgecombe Avenue or on Broadway. When you're in the area visiting, check out Jumel Terrace it is awesome.
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