IND Sixth Avenue Line facts for kids
The IND Sixth Avenue Line is one of the lines of the New York City Subway. It started in 1940. About 650,000 people ride on it every day. Services using this line have their bullets colored bright orange.
- B - This service is an express service. It runs from 145th Street to Brighton Beach. From 1940 to 1967, a local version of the B train known as BB operated. From 1986 to 1988, the northern and southern B services ran as separate trains, the northern as the 'Orange B' and the southern as the 'Yellow B'.
- D - This service, like B, is an express service from 205th Street to Coney Island.
- F - This service is a local service, which makes all stops. It runs from 179th Street to Coney Island, where it meets the D service.
- M - This service is a local service. It runs from 71st Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue on weekdays, but finishes service at Essex Street on weekends, and Myrtle Avenue at late nights.
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