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Philadelphia International Airport

Stops On The Airport Line

Terminal E & Terminal F

The end point of all Airport Line trains. Terminal F is a short, indoor walk from the station platform

  • Airlines Terminal E: Jet Blue, Southwest, Frontier
  • Airlines Terminal F: American Eagle



Terminal C & Terminal D

  • Airlines: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines (Gates & Baggage), Delta Connection, United, American Airlines Domestic service (Terminal C), Spirit



Terminal B
The Marriott Hotel is a short walk from the station platform

  • Airlines: American Airlines Domestic service


Terminal A (East and West gates)


The station platform connects to the east portion of the terminal. Access to west gates may require customers to walk outside

  • Airlines (East Gate): Aer Lingus (Starting Sunday, March 25, 2018), American Airlines (including all flights to Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA), American Eagle
  • Airlines (West Gate): American Airlines International & Caribbean service, British Airways, Icelandair, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways



Eastwick
Nearby to SEPTA bus routes, PNC Operations Center, and more Airport hotels

University City
Situated in the heart of University of Pennsylvania college and health campuses

30th Street Station

Convenient connections to Amtrak and NJ Transit rail services; BoltBus and MegaBus services. Nearby other SEPTA transit services including the Market-Frankford Line, Trolley lines and Center City destined bus routes

Suburban Station
Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, nearby to a number of major corporations, the Art Museum area and Ben Franklin Parkway. Major transfer point for other SEPTA Regional Rail services

Jefferson Station

Underneath the famous Reading Terminal Market and adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Convenient connections to Greyhound and NJ Transit bus services at 10th & Filbert Station. Steps away from major downtown hotels

Temple University

The main campus of the famed Philadelphia institution, near the corner of Broad & Cecil B. Moore

All stations served by the Airport Line are accessible.

Transit Service

  • Philadelphia International Airport is served by Route 37 and Route 108 bus service

  • Eastwick Station is served by Route 37, Route 68 and Route 108 bus service


Additional information can be found on the Philadelphia International Airport website

Источник: https://www.septa.org/welcome/airport.html

Guest Opinion: Old railroad tracks should be used for trains, not trails


By Jacob F. Kratz 

F subway Schedule

F subway operates 24 hours, 7 days a week.

DayOperating Hours
Sunday24 hours
Monday24 hours
Tuesday24 hours
Wednesday24 hours
Thursday24 hours
Friday24 hours
Saturday24 hours
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Line status

F subway Line Map

The F subway (Downtown & Brooklyn) has 40 stations departing from Jamaica-179 St and ending in Kings Hwy.

F subway time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 12:09 AM and ends at 11:55 PM. Operating days this week: everyday.

Line status

Choose any of the F subway stations below to find updated real-time schedules and to see their route map.

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  • Jamaica-179 St

    179-19 Hillside Avenue, QueensView full schedule

  • 169 St

    168-32 Hillside Ave, QueensView full schedule

  • Parsons Blvd

    153-33 Hillside Ave, QueensView full schedule

  • Sutphin Blvd

    144-34 Hillside Avenue, QueensView full schedule

  • Briarwood

    Van Wyck Expressway, QueensView full schedule

  • Kew Gardens-Union Tpke

    Union Turnpike, QueensView full schedule

  • 75 Av

    111-16 Queens Blvd, QueensView full schedule

  • Forest Hills-71 Av

    107-48 Queens Blvd, QueensView full schedule

  • Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av

    40-04 74 St, QueensView full schedule

  • 21 St-Queensbridge

    41-05 12th Street, QueensView full schedule

  • Roosevelt Island

    Road 6, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Lexington Av/63 St

    139 East 63rd Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 57 St

    1387 6th Avenue, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 47-50 Sts-Rockefeller Ctr

    69 West 48th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 42 St-Bryant Pk

    Avenue of the Americas, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 34 St-Herald Sq

    West 34th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 23 St

    717 6th Avenue, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 14 St/6 Av

    77 West 15th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • W 4 St-Wash Sq

    West Washington Place, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Broadway-Lafayette St

    606 Broadway, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 2 Av

    East Houston Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Delancey St-Essex St

    118 Delancey Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • East Broadway

    10 Rutgers Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • York St

    110 Jay St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Jay St-Metrotech

    375 Jay St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Bergen St

    164 Smith St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Carroll St

    330 Smith Street, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Smith-9 Sts

    55 9 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 4 Av-9 St

    234 9th Street, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 7 Av

    484 9 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 15 St-Prospect Park

    481 16 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Fort Hamilton Pkwy

    Prospect Avenue, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Church Av

    412 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Ditmas Av

    745 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 18 Av

    986 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue I

    1149 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Bay Pkwy

    1324 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue N

    1552 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue P

    1801 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Kings Hwy

    2026 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

PDF Version: F schedule, stops and map
  • What time does the F subway start operating?

    F subway is available 24/7

    More details
  • What time does the F subway stop working?

    F subway operates 24/7

    More details
  • What time does the F subway arrive?

    When does the Queens Blvd Express/ 6 Av Local Subway line come? Check Live Arrival Times for live arrival times and to see the full schedule for the Queens Blvd Express/ 6 Av Local Subway line that is closest to your location.

    More details

F subway Schedule

F subway operates 24 hours, 7 days a week.

DayOperating Hours
Sunday24 hours
Monday24 hours
Tuesday24 hours
Wednesday24 hours
Thursday24 hours
Friday24 hours
Saturday24 hours

MTA Subway Service Alerts

For MTA Subway service alerts, please check the Moovit App. In addition, get real-time info on status, bus delays, changes of routes, changes of stops locations, and any service changes.

F line Subway fare

MTA Subway F (Downtown & Brooklyn) prices may change based on several factors. For more information about MTA Subway tickets costs please check the Moovit app or agency's official website.

F (MTA Subway)

The first stop of the F subway route is Jamaica-179 St and the last stop is Kings Hwy. F (Downtown & Brooklyn) is operational during everyday.

Additional information: F has 40 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 71 minutes.

On the go? See why over 930 million users trust Moovit as the best public transit app. Moovit gives you MTA Subway suggested routes, real-time subway tracker, live directions, line route maps in New York - New Jersey, and helps to find the closest F subway stations near you. No internet available? Download an offline PDF map and subway schedule for the F subway to take on your trip.

F near me

F - Alternative Directions

MTA Subway Lines in New York - New Jersey

Источник: https://moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-line-F-NYCNJ-121-855111-513453-0
  Erie Times-News

I sometimes wonder why anyone chooses to remain enslaved to commuting in a motor vehicle and why are we not investing American dollars back into our American Railroads, big time.

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which was signed into law on Nov. 15, 2021, proposes to build 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations when it should propose to restore and conserve or build 500,000 train stations across our nation. There was a time, not that long ago, wherein all one had to do was walk, bike, trolley or take a short commute to the nearest train station. The trains of the former Reading Railroad could take you almost any place you needed to go within southeastern Pennsylvania or offer you connections to other train networks, at regional stations, some offering routes beyond our state’s borders. The former Reading Railroad tracks are now used by entities such as SEPTA and Conrail while others were abandoned. Some of the rail line has been converted into pedestrian and bike trails through the Rails-to-Trails program as seen in parts of Hatfield Township, Montgomery County and Richland Township, Bucks County. 

However, the highest and best use of the old railroad easements and tracks would be an actual railroad line for railcars or a monorail system, not trails. More importantly, the railroad easements, are all public record, running with the land, in perpetuity, waiting for the railroads to be brought back to life or reimaged in the form of a new monorail passenger and freight system.

Dependence on motor vehicles, no matter how they are powered, can only offer us increased suburban sprawl; dependence on warehouses which are being built further and further away from our nation’s ports and cities which in turn make us even more dependent on the automakers and tractor trailers and all the apparatus tied to them, except trains are the missing link with the newer warehouses which is by design.

Schemed and crafted by our auto, oil, finance, insurance, and technology industries, they’ve managed to keep trains out of our collective, public conscience. They’ve removed trolleys powered by electricity in our cities and given us buses on tires that require oil and gas to power them; they removed trains powered by electricity and given us each expensive motor vehicles on tires that require oil and gas, among other things; naturally, the most environmentally friendly option would be the train running on electricity, not a motor vehicle on tires powered by gas and oil or unrecyclable batteries.

They now have vehicles powered by electricity or hybrids, all under the pretense of saving the environment, but that only serves to make us always dependent on the auto industry and its apparatus tied to them, and parts and battery makers located outside our national borders and encourages continuance of further suburban sprawl.

Apple and Samsung have partnered with the automakers to make vehicles “smart” which really make us all “stupid” for being further enslaved to the automobile, turning them into rolling entertainment devices. They were designed to get us from A to B, not originally designed to entertain and distract us. We are slugging our way down our nation’s highways and roads, and we’ve managed to become the great drive-thru society in the process, which only serves to offer us obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure which all lead to our eventual and premature deaths. Pharmaceutical conglomerates, and corporations and industries tied to them, don’t mind our bad health given the high volume of drug ads we’re subjected to watch and read daily, giving their shareholders and profits priority over our health and safety, ignoring the public good.

Never forget, those that got us away from trains were, mainly but not solely, the Big Three Automakers, at the time. They are now in a concerted effort with other tied industries, and our governments, leading the charge into alternative, powered vehicles while using our own tax dollars to fund the initiative, and suggesting we allow AI to drive us around, into the future which all in turn keeps us dependent on the automakers and their apparatus, ignoring the railroads.

Who in their right mind wants to sit in traffic in a robo-taxi? General Motors is evidently funding one such company in San Francisco which they named, “Cruise,” which shall eliminate taxi, Uber and Lyft driver jobs; and they’ve developed an automobile driven by a computer auto-pilot system, as seen in present-day Tesla vehicles, that could potentially be hacked and driven off the road or into another vehicle or object, plus tracked by our government, when hopefully one day you can ride a brand new train or monorail system, which have been proven to be the safer, faster and the more ecologically friendly and sustainable option, all the while not using one single drop of oil from the Middle East, nor a single, pollution-causing unrecyclable battery produced in China.

Our world neighbors in Europe, Asia, Africa, Central and South America all still use trains to this day, why aren’t we?

All aboard!

Jacob F. Kratz lives in Quakertown, Bucks County

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Источник: https://www.goerie.com/story/opinion/2021/11/28/old-railroad-tracks-should-used-trains-not-trails/8739909002/

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The F train is shutting down nights and weekends until March 2021

With the L train project finally checked off its list, the MTA is turning its attention to the next and final renovation—the F train.

The last of the 11 tunnels damaged by Superstorm Sandy is set to undergo major repairs for the next eight months beginning in August. The MTA will reconstruct the Rutgers Tube, which carries the F train between Brooklyn and Manhattan under the East River. The planned work will take place from 10pm to 5am most nights and weekends during the period of construction, according to the MTA.

But don’t panic—the F train repairs will not cause as much of an inconvenience (and misery) as the L Train project did, THE CITY reports. The Rutgers tunnel was significantly less damaged than the Canarsie tube during Sandy, flooded by 1.5 million gallons of seawater during Sandy compared to the Canarsie Tube which was impacted by 7 million gallons.

The F train is also surrounded by considerably more tracks so services can be diverted. During nights and weekends, service will be re-routed via the A/C lines.

"The F can run over other lines, so customers will only be impacted at two stations on nights and weekends," Tim Mulligan, deputy chief development officer of MTA Construction & Development, told THE CITY.

F trains will be rerouted over the C Line between Jay St-MetroTech and W 4th St., and over the E line from W 4th St. to 36 St. in Queens. As a result, E trains will then be rerouted over the F line between 36 St. in Queens and a temporary station at Delancey St. in Lower Manhattan. East Broadway and York St. stations will be closed entirely select weekday evenings after 10pm, as well as select weekends.

This project will draw on lessons learned during the extensive L project in order to reduce impact for riders this time around, the MTA says. That includes shortening the construction period to 14-months, which will be the fastest of all Sandy tube rehabilitations (which averaged 28 months).

"The L train project demonstrated that the MTA can deliver major projects much faster and at less cost than anybody expected," said Janno Lieber, President of MTA Construction & Development. "Now, with the Rutgers (F Train) tube, we’re on a mission to prove that we can make it the norm, as we continue to embrace advanced technologies and private sector development techniques."

What is the MTA fixing? The project will feature replacement of track, signal equipment, power and communication cables, fan plant equipment, tunnel lighting and pumps, and "relocating the pump controls outside of the flood zone and providing a backup generator connection” to help with any water that could hit the tube during future storms.

"Once complete, we will have rehabilitated every tunnel damaged during Sandy, further fortifying the system against future natural disasters," said Sarah Feinberg, Interim President of MTA New York City Transit. "We’re working to make sure this work leads to as few disruptions as possible for our customers and look forward to getting this vital project underway in the weeks ahead."

 

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F train line -

More seats. More trains. And somewhere for your luggage too.

Plan your journey

If you are travelling, travel with confidence

All fares indicated are one way

£5 free with Perks

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Car parking for your journey

We're here to get you from A to B and back again. Make your journey even easier when you park at the station. 

Car parking

No need to buy food before you get onboard. You can order food and drinks straight to your seat in Standard. Travelling in First Class? We'll serve you our complimentary food and drink menu to your seat. 

View the menus

Treat someone this Christmas

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F subway Schedule

F subway operates 24 hours, 7 days a week.

DayOperating Hours
Sunday24 hours
Monday24 hours
Tuesday24 hours
Wednesday24 hours
Thursday24 hours
Friday24 hours
Saturday24 hours
View full schedule

Line status

F subway Line Map

The F subway (Downtown & Brooklyn) has 40 stations departing from Jamaica-179 St and ending in Kings Hwy.

F subway time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 12:09 AM and ends at 11:55 PM. Operating days this week: everyday.

Line status

Choose any of the F subway stations below to find updated real-time schedules and to see their route map.

View on Map

  • Jamaica-179 St

    179-19 Hillside Avenue, QueensView full schedule

  • 169 St

    168-32 Hillside Ave, QueensView full schedule

  • Parsons Blvd

    153-33 Hillside Ave, QueensView full schedule

  • Sutphin Blvd

    144-34 Hillside Avenue, QueensView full schedule

  • Briarwood

    Van Wyck Expressway, QueensView full schedule

  • Kew Gardens-Union Tpke

    Union Turnpike, QueensView full schedule

  • 75 Av

    111-16 Queens Blvd, QueensView full schedule

  • Forest Hills-71 Av

    107-48 Queens Blvd, QueensView full schedule

  • Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av

    40-04 74 St, QueensView full schedule

  • 21 St-Queensbridge

    41-05 12th Street, QueensView full schedule

  • Roosevelt Island

    Road 6, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Lexington Av/63 St

    139 East 63rd Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 57 St

    1387 6th Avenue, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 47-50 Sts-Rockefeller Ctr

    69 West 48th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 42 St-Bryant Pk

    Avenue of the Americas, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 34 St-Herald Sq

    West 34th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 23 St

    717 6th Avenue, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 14 St/6 Av

    77 West 15th Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • W 4 St-Wash Sq

    West Washington Place, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Broadway-Lafayette St

    606 Broadway, ManhattanView full schedule

  • 2 Av

    East Houston Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • Delancey St-Essex St

    118 Delancey Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • East Broadway

    10 Rutgers Street, ManhattanView full schedule

  • York St

    110 Jay St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Jay St-Metrotech

    375 Jay St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Bergen St

    164 Smith St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Carroll St

    330 Smith Street, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Smith-9 Sts

    55 9 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 4 Av-9 St

    234 9th Street, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 7 Av

    484 9 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 15 St-Prospect Park

    481 16 St, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Fort Hamilton Pkwy

    Prospect Avenue, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Church Av

    412 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Ditmas Av

    745 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • 18 Av

    986 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue I

    1149 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Bay Pkwy

    1324 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue N

    1552 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Avenue P

    1801 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

  • Kings Hwy

    2026 Mc Donald Ave, BrooklynView full schedule

PDF Version: F schedule, stops and map
  • What time does the F subway start operating?

    F subway is available 24/7

    More details
  • What time does the F subway stop working?

    F subway operates 24/7

    More details
  • What time does the F subway arrive?

    When does the Queens Blvd Express/ 6 Av Local Subway line come? Check Live Arrival Times for live arrival times and to see the full schedule for the Queens Blvd Express/ 6 Av Local Subway line that is closest to your location.

    More details

F subway Schedule

F subway operates 24 hours, 7 days a week.

DayOperating Hours
Sunday24 hours
Monday24 hours
Tuesday24 hours
Wednesday24 hours
Thursday24 hours
Friday24 hours
Saturday24 hours

MTA Subway Service Alerts

For MTA Subway service alerts, please check the Moovit App. In addition, get real-time info on status, bus delays, changes of routes, changes of stops locations, and any service changes.

F line Subway fare

MTA Subway F (Downtown & Brooklyn) prices may change based on several factors. For more information about MTA Subway tickets costs please check the Moovit app or agency's official website.

F (MTA Subway)

The first stop of the F subway route is Jamaica-179 St and the last stop is Kings Hwy. F (Downtown & Brooklyn) is operational during everyday.

Additional information: F has 40 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 71 minutes.

On the go? See why over 930 million users trust Moovit as the best public transit app. Moovit gives you MTA Subway suggested routes, real-time subway tracker, live directions, line route maps in New York - New Jersey, and helps to find the closest F subway stations near you. No internet available? Download an offline PDF map and subway schedule for the F subway to take on your trip.

F near me

F - Alternative Directions

MTA Subway Lines in New York - New Jersey

Источник: https://moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-line-F-NYCNJ-121-855111-513453-0

New York City Rail Map

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson (Path) which transports 262,000 passengers per day, exists since 1908 and is operated by the PANYNJ (Port Authority of New York and New Jersey).

Its network includes the following 4 lines:

  • Red Line: Newark ↔ World Trade Center
  • Green Line: Hoboken ↔ World Trade Center
  • Yellow Line: Journal Square ↔ 33rd Street
  • Blue Line: Hoboken ↔ 33rd Street

 

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is a network of trains that connect Manhattan, New York, to the cities of the State of New Jersey (Jersey City, Hoboken, Harrison and Newark). PATH is managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) and operates 24 hours a day. 

The total length of the PATH is 22.2 km (13.8 miles) and has 13 stations. PATH is underground only in Manhattan and parts of New Jersey (under Jersey City and Hoboken). The PATH crosses the Hudson River through a cast iron tunnel dating from the early 20th century.

The PATH system was originally built by the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad (H&M) between 1908 and 1911. The automobile and the construction of bridges and tunnels over the Hudson River caused H&M to go bankrupt in 1954. In 1960, PANYNJ bought the network. 

The system suffered several disasters that affected New York in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. The World Trade Center attack in 1993, followed by the attacks of September 11, 2001 and the flooding of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Источник: https://nycmap360.com/nyc-train-map
Philadelphia International Airport

Stops On The Airport Line

Terminal E & Terminal F

The end point of all Airport Line trains. Terminal F is a short, indoor walk from the station platform

  • Airlines Terminal E: Jet Blue, Southwest, Frontier
  • Airlines Terminal F: American Eagle



Terminal C & Terminal D

  • Airlines: Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Airlines (Gates & Baggage), Delta Connection, United, American Airlines Domestic service (Terminal C), Spirit



Terminal B
The Marriott Hotel is a short walk from the station platform

  • Airlines: American Airlines Domestic service


Terminal A (East and West gates)


The station platform connects to the east portion of the terminal. Access to west gates may require customers to walk outside

  • Airlines (East Gate): Aer Lingus (Starting Sunday, March 25, 2018), American Airlines (including all flights to Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), and Miami (MIA), American Eagle
  • Airlines (West Gate): American Airlines International & Caribbean service, British Airways, Icelandair, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways



Eastwick
Nearby to SEPTA bus routes, PNC Operations Center, and more Airport hotels

University City
Situated in the heart of University of Pennsylvania college and health campuses

30th Street Station

Convenient connections to Amtrak and NJ Transit rail services; BoltBus and MegaBus services. Nearby other SEPTA transit services including the Market-Frankford Line, Trolley lines and Center City destined bus routes

Suburban Station
Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, nearby to a number of major corporations, the Art Museum area and Ben Franklin Parkway. Major transfer point for other SEPTA Regional Rail services

Jefferson Station

Underneath the famous Reading Terminal Market and adjacent to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Convenient connections to Greyhound and NJ Transit bus services at 10th & Filbert Station. Steps away from major downtown hotels

Temple University

The main campus of the famed Philadelphia institution, near the corner of Broad & Cecil B. Moore

All stations served by the Airport Line are accessible.

Transit Service

  • Philadelphia International Airport is served by Route 37 and Route 108 bus service

  • Eastwick Station is served by Route 37, Route 68 and Route 108 bus service


Additional information can be found on the Philadelphia International Airport website

Источник: https://www.septa.org/welcome/airport.html

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