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MTA subways help to provide 2.4 billion trips each year to New Yorkers — the equivalent of about one in every three users of mass transit in the United States and two-thirds of the nation's rail riders. The regional network also includes MTA Staten Island Railway (part of NYC Transit's Department of Subways).


This vast transportation network — North America's largest — serves a population of 14.6 million people in the 5,000-square-mile area fanning out from New York City through Long Island, southeastern New York State, and Connecticut.


The subway has a daily ridership of more than five million, and an annual ridership close to 1.6 billion. The fleet of over 6,000 subway cars travels almost 345 million miles a year along 660 miles of track, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, although not all routes operate around the clock. There are 468 subway stations, including 89 made accessible to customers with disabilities, via elevators and ramps. NYC Transit Subway serves Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens on 8,279 weekday trips. MTA Staten Island Railway (SIR) serves Staten Island.


Wiki Roster Maintenance by Trevor Logan, Jr.
Some Information Compiled from George Chiasson



These are other logos used around the system as well as some older logos from the NYC Subway History...
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North Division | IRT Lines

ADiv.jpg
The North Subdivision (A Division) is designated by numbered lines and consists of the 240th Street, 239th Street, Livonia, Jerome, East 180th Street, Pelham and Corona Shops. A total of 2779 cars are assigned to the seven shops. These lines and services were operated by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company before the 1940 city takeover. The IRT was the private operator of the original underground NYC Subway line that opened in 1904. A Division cars are narrower, shorter, and lighter than those of the B Division, measuring 8.8 by 51 feet.



239th Street Yard & Maintenance Shop

4570 Furman Ave, Bronx, NY 10470

The shop was built in 1916. Its activities originally included a carpenter shop and a parts shop where wooden subway cars were repaired. A car wash and a wheel truing facility are located in the shop. The #2 Line runs from 241 st Street and White Plains Road in the Bronx to Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. The distance between the two terminals is 28.6 miles, making the #2 the longest run on the IRT system at 56 miles round trip.

R O U T E S :    2.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Kawasaki EP008.jpg 1991-92
Kawasaki
R-127 Refuse Motor Car
EP001-EP005 5
In Work Service
NYCS Bombardier 6865.jpg 1999-2003
Bombardier
R-142 Subway Car
6301-6695 395
In Service
Total Cars:    400  
 

240th Street Yard & Maintenance Shop

5911 Broadway, Bronx, NY 10471

The shop is located near the 242nd Terminal. Built in 1906, the shop is the oldest active maintenance facility in the NYCT system. The round trip distance is 29.4 miles, with a running time of 54 minutes each way between South Ferry and 242nd Street.

R O U T E S :    1.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Bombardier 2270.jpg 1984-87
Bombardier
R-62A Subway Car
1826-1830, 1841-1890, 1896-1900, 2156-2190, 2196-2235, 2241-2475 375
In Service
Total Cars:    370  
 

Corona Yard & Maintenance Shop

126-53 Willets Point Blvd, Corona, NY 11368

The old shop, which was built in 1928, has been rebuilt and the new complex celebrated its Grand Opening on June 30, 2006. The #7 (Flushing) Line, runs from Main Street in Flushing to Times Square in Manhattan.

R O U T E S :    7.png 7X.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Bombardier 2270.jpg 1984-87
Bombardier
R-62A Subway Car
1651-1720, 1726-1730, 1746-1825, 1831-1840, 1891-1895, 1901-1908, 1910-1926, 1934, 1938, 1939, 1942-1944, 1947-1949, 1954, 1957-2155, 2236-2240 409
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki EP015.jpg 1994-96
Kawasaki
R-134 Refuse Motor Car
EP011-EP013 3
In Work Service
NYCS Kawasaki 7796.jpg 1999-2004
Kawasaki
R-188 Conversion Subway Car
7211-7220 10
In Service
7221-7230 10
In Burn-In testing
NYCS Kawasaki 7815.jpg 2011-12
Kawasaki
R-188 Subway Car
7811-7832, 7899 23
In Service
7833-7843 11
In Burn-In testing
Total Cars:    466  
 

East 180th Street Yard & Maintenance Shop
(Unionport Yard)

1151 E 180th St, Bronx, NY 10460

The shop is located adjacent to the east side of the Bronx Zoo. The #5 Line runs from Dyre Avenue in the North Bronx to Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, just under twenty-five miles one way, at an average of 83 minutes running time.

R O U T E S :    5.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Stlouis 8885.jpg 1962-63
St. Louis Car
R-33 Rail Adhesion Car
8885 1
In Work Service
NYCS Bombardier 6865.jpg 1999-2003
Bombardier
R-142 Subway Car
6696-7070 375
In Service
Total Cars:    376  
 

Jerome Yard & Maintenance Shop

3191 Jerome Ave, Bronx, NY 10468

Built in 1925, the Jerome Shop is small compared to many other Car Equipment shops. It has only five inspection tracks and a yard consisting of eighteen tracks. The #4 Line provides express and local service, starting at Woodlawn Avenue in the Bronx and continuing to Utica Avenue in Brooklyn. The #4 Line extends itself to New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn for night-time service. On the midnight schedule, it becomes 23.42 miles one way to New Lots Avenue. The shop runs six extra trains during Yankee home games.

R O U T E S :    4.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Bombardier 6865.jpg 1999-2003
Bombardier
R-142 Subway Car
1101-1250, 7071-7180 260
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 7796.jpg 1999-2004
Kawasaki
R-142A/S Subway Car
7666-7810 145
In Service
Total Cars:    405  
 

Livonia Yard & Maintenance Shop

824 Linwood St, Brooklyn, NY 11208

The Shop which was built approximately 88 years ago is the smallest shop of the Car Equipment shops. Livonia consist of four shop tracks (40 car capacity) and thirteen yard tracks. The #3 Line runs between New Lots Avenue Station in Brooklyn and 148th St-Lenox Terminal in Manhattan, an 18.24 miles line with 34 station stops at 60 minutes end to end. The shop is also responsible for the Grand Central Shuttle.

R O U T E S :    3.png SS.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Kawasaki 1541.jpg 1983-85
Kawasaki
R-62 Subway Car
1301-1365, 1371-1434, 1438, 1441-1625 315
In Service
NYCS Bombardier 2270.jpg 1984-87
Bombardier
R-62A Subway Car
1927-1933, 1935-1937, 1940-1941, 1945-1946, 1950-1953, 1955-1956 20
In Service
Total Cars:    335  
 

Pelham Yard & Maintenance Shop

1483 Waters Place, Bronx, NY 10461

The #6 Line extends from Pelham Bay/Parkchester in the Bronx to the Manhattan end of the Brooklyn Bridge, a distance of approximately 17.4 miles one way. Pelham was originally built in 1925. Pelham is also part of the Westchester Yard Complex. The facility can hold 50 cars or 5 trains on its 5 tracks numbered 17-21. Twenty one track being a posted elevated track for the inspection line.

R O U T E S :    6.png 6X.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Bombardier 2270.jpg 1984-87
Bombardier
R-62A Subway Car
1721-1725, 1731-1735, 1741-1750, 2191-2195 30
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 7796.jpg 1999-2004
Kawasaki
R-142A Subway Car
7231-7665 435
In Service
NYCS Motivepower OL913d.jpg 2012-13
MotivePower
R-156 (MP-8AC) Diesel-Electric Locomotive
OL912-OL923 12
In Work Service
Total Cars:    477  



South Division | BMT/IND Lines

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The South Subdivision (B Division) is designated by the lettered lines and is comprised of 207th Street, Concourse, Coney Island, East New York, Jamaica and Pitkin Maintenance Shops. Jamaica has NYCT’s largest fleet assignment and with the exception of the Chicago transit system, Jamaica’s fleet is larger than any other in North America. The six maintenance shops are responsible for performing daily subway car maintenance and inspection of 3,442 subway cars.

The B Division lines were operated by the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit and city-owned Independent Subway System before the 1940 city takeover of the BMT. B Division cars are wider, longer, and heavier than those of the A Division, measuring 9.75 by 60 or 75 feet.





207th Street Yard & Maintenance Shop

3961 10th Ave, New York, NY 10034

207th is the home of R32 subway cars which provides service for the C-Line which runs between 168th St. and Euclid Ave, a distance of approximately 18.5-miles. These cars have served New York City for over 45 years. The Maintenance Shop and Overhaul Shop are situated on 45 acres of land in the Inwood section of Upper Manhattan. Its current fleet consists of 222 revenue cars built in 1964-65 (overhauled in 1988-90) and 31 work motors built in 1962-96.

R O U T E S :    C.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Budd 3729.jpg 1964
Budd
R-32 Subway Car
3360-3361, 3376-3377, 3380-3381, 3383-3385, 3388-3389, 3394-3397, 3400-3401, 3404-3405, 3410-3411, 3414-3417, 3419, 3424-3427, 3432-3433, 3436-3444, 3446-3449, 3454-3455, 3460-3461, 3471-3473, 3476-3477, 3488-3489, 3496-3497, 3500-3501, 3512-3515, 3518-3519, 3522-3523, 3548, 3574-3575, 3578-3579, 3590-3591, 3593, 3606-3607, 3614-3615, 3624-3625, 3628, 3646-3647, 3654-3655, 3658, 3660-3661, 3664-3665, 3669-3673, 3682-3683, 3688-3689, 3698-3699, 3706-3709, 3714-3719, 3730-3733, 3738-3740, 3770-3775, 3777-3783, 3792-3793, 3798-3799, 3804-3807, 3810-3811, 3820-3821, 3828-3829, 3834-3835, 3856-3857, 3870-3871, 3876-3877, 3886-3890, 3896-3897, 3912-3913, 3928-3929, 3932-3933, 3938-3939 174
In Service
NYCS Fuji S01.jpg 1974
Fuji Heavy Industries
R-74 Signal Supply Car
S01-S02 2
In Work Service
NYCS Kawasaki EP015.jpg 1994-96
Kawasaki
R-134 Refuse Motor Car
EP014-EP018 5
In Work Service
Total Cars:    181  
 

Concourse Yard & Maintenance Shop

3119 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY 10468

Concourse is responsible for the D Line for the South Division and their fleet of cars consist of the R68-type equipment. Concourse is one of the facilities built as part of the Independent System, (IND) in the 1930's. Cars from the Concourse Fleet are supplied to the D Line service, which operates between 205th Street Terminal in the Bronx to Stillwell Avenue Terminal at Coney Island in Brooklyn.

R O U T E S :    D.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Westinghouse 2778.jpg 1986-88
Westinghouse
R-68 Subway Car
2500-2783 284
In Service
Total Cars:    284  
 

Coney Island Yard & Maintenance Shop

2571 W 13th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11223

The Coney Island Maintenance Shop is responsible for the B, G, N, Q and the Franklin Avenue Shuttle lines. Their fleet consists of R68, R68A, R160A and R160B type equipment cars. The Coney Island facility was built in 1926, by the City of New York and the Brooklyn and Manhattan Transit Company, or the BMT, in conjunction with the Coney Island Overhaul Shop.

R O U T E S :    BB.png D.png G.png N.png QQ.png SS.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Stlouis 8429.jpg 1961
St. Louis Car
R-30 Rail Adhesion Car
8429 1
In Work Service
NYCS Westinghouse 2778.jpg 1986-88
Westinghouse
R-68 Subway Car
784-2924 141
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 5086.jpg 1988-89
Kawasaki
R-68A Subway Cars
5001-5200 200
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 8758.jpg 2005-08
Kawasaki
R-160B Subway Car
8713-9192 480
In Service
NYCS Plasser TGC4.jpg 2006
Plasser & Theurer
Track Geometry Car
TGC3-TGC4 2
In Work Service
NYCS Alstom 8662b.jpg 2006-08
Alstom
R-160A-2 Subway Car
8653-8712 60
In Service
Total Cars:    884  
 

East New York Yard & Maintenance Shop

1700 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207

East New York is responsible for the J, L, M and Z lines and their cars consist of the R-160 fleet with 372 cars and the R 143 fleet with 208 cars. ENY also has 50 R 42 cars, the oldest in the shop fleet, making the total of 630 cars in the shop. East New York Maintenance Shop is the oldest maintenance shop in the South Subdivision, originally built in 1880 as a horse and carriage depot. The current facility was opened in 1901, upon electrification of the lines. A portion of the original depot was demolished in 1939, and the remainder was torn down in 1948, replacing it with the East New York Bus Depot. East New York is the only maintenance shop in NYCT with fully dependent upon hand thrown switches.

R O U T E S :    J.png L.png MM.png Z.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Budd 3729.jpg 1964
Budd
R-32 Subway Car
3354-3355, 3406-3407, 3428-3431, 3445, 3452-3453, 3468, 3484-3485, 3520, 3550-3551, 3586-3587, 3610-3611, 3618-3619, 3621, 3644, 3650, 3726-3729, 3736-3737, 3767, 3818-3819, 3822-3823, 3840-3841, 3864-3865, 3872-3873, 3878-3879, 3891, 3894-3895, 3900-3901, 3924-3925 52
In Service
NYCS Stlouis 4904.jpg 1969-70
St. Louis Car
R-42 Subway Car
4788-4817, 4820-4839 50
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 8209.jpg 2001-02
Kawasaki
R-143 Subway Car
8101-8276, 8281-8312 208
In Service
NYCS Alstom 8662b.jpg 2007-09
Alstom
R-160A-1 Subway Car
8313-8376, 8381-8392, 8397-8400, 8409-8452, 8457-8480, 8485-8492, 8497-8516, 8521-8648, 9943-9946, 9951-9958, 9967-9970 320
In Service
Total Cars:    630  
 

Jamaica Yard & Maintenance Shop

78-15 Grand Central Parkway, Forest Hills, NY 11375

Jamaica is responsible for the E, F and R lines. The Jamaica Maintenance Shop was built in 1936 and is the largest of the fourteen maintenance facilities in the Division of Car Equipment. The E line runs from Jamaica center Parson Archer in Queens into Manhattan ending at World Trade Center. There are 32 stops 20 in Queens and 12 in Manhattan. The F line starts in Queens at the Jamaica 179th St station passes through Manhattan and ends at Coney Island Stillwell avenue station. There are 10 stops in Queens, 13 in Manhattan and 22 in Brooklyn for a total of 45 stops. The R line also makes 45 stops starting in Queens at Forest hills 71st stopping 13 times before entering Manhattan for 16 stations where it enters into Brooklyn for the final 16 stops to end at Bay Ridge 95th Street.

R O U T E S :    E.png F.png R.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Pullman 6128.jpg 1975-78
Pullman Standard
R-46 Subway Car
5482-5821 340
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki 8758.jpg 2005-08
Kawasaki
R-160B Subway Car
9193-9232, 9803-9942 180
In Service
NYCS Alstom 8662b.jpg 2006-08
Alstom
R-160A-1 Subway Car
9233-9802 570
In Service
Total Cars:    1,090  
 

Pitkin Yard & Maintenance Shop

1434 Sutter Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11208

Pitkin is responsible for the A and Rockaway Shuttle (H) lines and their equipment consist of R46 type cars. Pitkin was built in 1948 shortly after the conclusion of World War II. Its fleet services the longest subway line in New York City Transit, and in the world (according to NYC Transit), which stretches 32.3 miles from Far Rockaway to 207th St.

R O U T E S :    A.png AX.png C.png SRP.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Pullman 6128.jpg 1975-78
Pullman Standard
R-46 Subway Car
5822-6205, 6210, 6212, 6214, 6216, 6218, 6220, 6222, 6224, 6226, 6228, 6230, 6236, 6238, 6240, 6242, 6244, 6246, 6248, 6250, 6252, 6254, 6254, 6256, 6258 410
In Service
NYCS Alstom 8662b.jpg 2007-09
Alstom
R-160A-1 Subway Car
8377-8380, 8393-8396, 8401-8408, 8453-8456, 8481-8484, 8493-8496, 8517-8520, 8649-8652, 9947-9950, 9959-9966, 9971-9974 52
In Service
Total Cars:    462  
 





Staten Island Rapid Transit Division

SIRT.jpg
The Staten Island Rapid Transit Operating Authority, publicly known as MTA Staten Island Railway or SIR, is the operator of the lone rapid transit line in the borough of Staten Island, NY. It is considered a standard railroad line. The Staten Island Railway provides full-time local service between Saint George and Tottenville along the east side of the borough. As there is no lettered route designation, as on subway lines, express service is noted by the presence of a red marker with the terminal and "express" directly underneath it. SIR operates with modified R44 New York City Subway cars and is run by the New York City Transit Authority, an agency of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, but there is no direct rail link between the SIR and the subway system proper.



Clifton Shops

845 Bay St, Staten Island, NY 10304

Clifton is responsible for the SIRT line, now known as MTA Staten Island Railway (SIR), which is a 14 Mile, 21 Station, commuter rail line. Passenger trains are made up of 64 R-44 type cars, modified to FRA standards for passenger equipment running on a freight road. Heavy maintenance of the equipment is performed at the Clifton Shops. Any work that can't be done at Clifton requires the cars be trucked over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to the subway's Coney Island Complex shops in Brooklyn.

R O U T E S :    SIRTOA.png
Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
SIR Stlouis 0392.jpg 1971-73
St. Louis Car
MUE-2 (R44-SI) Car
388-401, 403-436, 438, 440, 442, 444, 446, 448, 450, 452, 454, 456, 458, 460, 462, 464, 466 63
In Service
SIR Brookville 776.jpg 2008
Brookville Equipment Corporation
Freight BL20G Diesel Locomotive
776-779 4
In Service
Total Cars:    67  

Road Operations

CDiv.jpg
Road Operations (C Division) is responsible for maintaining and servicing a complex assortment of non-passenger cars and locomotives that are needed to support passenger service. C Division equipment is the same width as A Division equipment for full system-wide utilization but varies in length according to the type of equipment. C Division equipment cars are used throughout the system by several NYCT departments. The operations responsibility to provide safe equipment requires its personnel to go to every yard in the system on a daily basis. Every work train system wide is pre-trip inspected daily from Westchester and 36th Street yards.



38th Street Yard / Westchester Yard

(38th Street) 3801 9th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232
(Westchester) 1501 Waters Place, Bronx, NY 10461

The 38th Street Yard is located between Fifth and Seventh Avenues in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, adjacent to the Jackie Gleason Bus Depot. This yard is not normally used for revenue-service train maintenance. Its primary function is to store diesel and electrically powered maintenance-of-way and other non-revenue service rolling stock. It is also used to transfer trash from garbage collector trains to trucks via platforms inside the yard just south of 37th Street. This southern part of the yard was formerly the center of the South Brooklyn Railway, which extended from Bush Terminal through the north part of the yard, then down Gravesend Avenue and into the Coney Island Yard. The yard is entirely equipped with hand-operated switches. Only Fresh Pond Yard and East New York Yard share this characteristic. (See Pelham Yard for Westchester Yard Info)

Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Stlouis 7629.jpg 1955-57
St. Louis Car
R-71 Reach Car (R-17, R-21, R-22)
OP6835, OP6899, OP7571, OP7629 4
In Service
NYCS Stlouis 8955.jpg 1962-63
St. Louis Car
R-161 Rider Car (R-33)
RD400-RD406, RD408-RD440 40
In Service
NYCS GE 50b.jpg 1965-71
GE
45T Diesel-Electric Dual-Mode Locomotive (R-37, R-41, R-43)
50-62 13
In Service
SBR GE N1.jpg 1974
GE
47T Locomotive (R-47)
N1-N2 2
In Service
NYCS GE 70.jpg 1974-77
GE
45T Diesel Locomotive (R-47, R-52)
63-82 20
In Service
NYCS GE 898.jpg 1983
GE
SL50 50T Diesel Locomotive (R-77)
883-902 20
In Service
NYCS GE E05.jpg 1983
GE
SL50 50T Electric Locomotive (R-77E)
E01-E10 10
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki PC02.jpg 1985
Kawasaki
R-65 Pump Car
PC01-PC03 3
In Service
NYCS Republic 907.JPG 1991
Republic Locomotive Works
SL50 50T Diesel-Electric Locomotive (R-120)
L903-L909 7
In Service
NYCS Kawasaki EP008.jpg 1991-92
Kawasaki
R-127 Refuse Motor Car
EP006-EP010 5
In Service
Total Cars:    124  
 

Linden Yard

1029 Rockaway Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11212

Linden Shops is a track shop, where track switches and other components are assembled. It has track connections to the IRT New Lots Line and BMT Canarsie Line but has no third rail, restricting the facility to diesel-powered trains only. There is also a track connection to the Long Island Rail Road's Bay Ridge Branch. This connection is one of two from the subway to the mainline United States rail network (the BMT West End Line is the other).

Image Example Fleet Make & Model Fleet Numbers Fleet Total
NYCS Stlouis DCR01.jpg 1956-57
St. Louis Car
R-123 Welded Rail Handler (R-21)
CCR01-CCR08, DCR01 9
In Service
NYCS Socofer VT2.jpg 1997
Socofer
R-137 "VakTrak" Vacuum Train
VT201-VT205 5
In Service
Total Cars:    13