Over the last several months, I’ve revised my plans for the enhanced NYC subway in an attempt to formalize them. I wanted to take the plans out of beta (latest: v0.7.0) and mold them into something official (v1.0.0) – as official as a lay transit advocate’s plan can be, anyway.
Although the updates are nearly complete, recent subway developments have given me pause.
On today’s INSIDER, I’ll discuss delivery delays plaguing the R211 order and why they shouldn’t preclude service increases. I’ll also explain why the remaining updates for
v1.0.0 v0.8.0 of the enhanced NYC subway are taking so long.
Welcome back to my NYTIP series! In my updated South Brooklyn redesign post, I proposed a J extension to Bay Parkway. How would that extension affect J service in North Brooklyn and Queens? I will discuss that in this post.
[Let’s close the loop!]
UPDATE (03.05.2022): Post lightly edited for clarity.
On this edition of the NYTIP INSIDER, I will discuss forthcoming updates to the enhanced NYC Subway that provide even greater improvements over the status quo.