UPDATE (10.19.2022): Post revised to reflect
v1.0.0 v0.8.0 of the enhanced NYC subway.
Welcome to my ongoing NYTIP series! Recall my three-point plan to fix the NYC Subway – enhance, extend, and expand. In this post, I will address “low-hanging fruit” opportunities to enhance the NYC Subway.
[taste and see!]
UPDATE (01.09.2023): Post revised to reflect v0.8.0 of the enhanced NYC subway. Most figures removed since they relate to older versions of the enhanced NYCS.
Welcome back to my ongoing NYTIP series! When I introduced NYTIP, I outlined a three-point plan for fixing the NYC Subway system: enhance, extend, and expand. This post summarizes v0.8.0 of the enhanced NYC subway, which addresses the first point.
UPDATE (09.07.2022): Post substantially revised to reflect
v1.0.0 v0.8.0 of the enhanced NYC subway on 09.05.2022. This update adds commentary on the transfer passage between 51st Street and Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street stations.
In my last post, I discussed the South Brooklyn redesign. So far, the redesigns contemplated by NYTIP only involve operational changes. In this post, we’ll explore the Broadway (N, Q, R, and W) and Queens Boulevard (E, F, M, and R) trunk lines. While redesigning the former is trivial, the latter is much more challenging.
[Let’s dive in!]