Where is the E train in Jamaica?

Where is the E train in Jamaica?

The Jamaica–Van Wyck station (/væn ˈwɪk/ van WIK) is a station on the IND Archer Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located on the west side of the Van Wyck Expressway between Metropolitan Avenue and 89th Avenue on the border of Kew Gardens and Richmond Hill, Queens. It is served by the E train at all times.

What stops does the E train make in Queens?

Queens stations

Subway Station Entrance and Exit Location(s)
Sutphin Blvd Archer Av JFK Airport Sutphin Blvd and Archer Ave
Jamaica Van Wyck 89 Ave and Van Wyck Expressway, Metropolitan Ave and Jamaica Ave
Briarwood Main St and Queens Blvd, Queens Blvd and Van Wyck Expressway
Kew Gardens Union Tpke Union Turnpike and Queens Blvd

What is last stop on the E train in Jamaica?

179 St. E
The first stop of the E subway route is World Trade Center and the last stop is Jamaica-179 St. E (Uptown & Queens) is operational during everyday.

Is the E train suspended?

There are no Delays to report.

Is the E train local or express?

E trains run local along the Eighth Avenue Line at all times. All trains run express in Queens between 71st Avenue and Queens Plaza at all times except late nights, when they make local stops.

How safe is the E train?

The E train is very busy and it is safe (to enhance my safety I always ride near the middle of the train near the Conductor as opposed to the last car of the train – this is still an old holdover from the 1980’s when the subways weren’t so safe).

Is the local train running today?

Train no. 95406 (N-10) Kasara depart 07.22 hrs CSMT arrive 09.38 hrs will halt at Kalyan, Dombivali, Diva, Thane, Mulund, Vikhroli, Kurla, Dadar, Byculla. Total services on mainline Monday to Friday will increase from 856 to 858 daily and overall services will increase from 1772 to 1774 daily.

Does the E train go to 42nd Street?

The complex is served by the 1, 2, 3, 7, A, E, N, and Q trains at all times; the W train during weekdays; the C, R, and 42nd Street Shuttle (S) trains at all times except late nights; and <7> trains during rush hours in the peak direction.

How fast does the E train go?

E service was increased from 12 trains per hour to 15 trains per hour, and F service decreased from 18 trains per hour to 15 trains per hour to accommodate these trains.

What time does the E train start running local?

E LINE (EXPO) light rail Route Schedule and Stops (Updated) E LINE (EXPO) light rail time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 12:00 AM and ends at 11:37 PM. Operating days this week: everyday.

Where is my local train?


  1. Visit Railyatri trains between stations enquiry page.
  2. Enter the ‘From’ & ‘To’ station name or code to get the updated train schedule.
  3. Find the station name or code by just entering it’s first 3 letters. You will see a drop-down list from which you can select the desired station.

In which states local trains are running?

Suburban Local Trains In India

Name of the Suburban Railway State
Kolkata Suburban Railway West Bengal
Lucknow – Kanpur Suburban Railway Uttar Pradesh
Mumbai Suburban Railway Maharashtra
Pernem – Karwar Suburban Railway Goa, Karnataka

How to get to Jamaica station?

Sutphin Bl/95 Av is 156 yards away,3 min walk.

  • Archer Av/Sutphin Pl is 172 yards away,3 min walk.
  • Archer Av/Sutphin Bl is 173 yards away,3 min walk.
  • Sutphin Bl/Archer Av is 237 yards away,3 min walk.
  • Jamaica is 268 yards away,4 min walk.
  • Jamaica Av/147 Pl is 354 yards away,5 min walk.
  • Which train you take from Jamaica Ave?

    The train stops at Sutphin Boulevard (on Hillside Avenue), about 5 blocks north of Jamaica Station. AirTrainJFK connects with the LIRR at Jamaica Station for quick and easy service to JFK International Airport. For more information please visit AirTrain JFK.

    Is the E train running?

    Uptime is considered when the train is in Good Service . The E Train reported Local to Express for 61 % of the day, Good Service for 39 % of the day. There are no Delays to report. For service from these stations, take the A C or D instead.

    What is the Jamaica station?

    The Jamaica Station was a formation or command of the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy stationed at Port Royal in Jamaica from 1655 to 1830. History. Remains of the Naval Hospital, rebuilt 1818 by Edward Holl. The station was formed, following the capture of Jamaica, by