How many stops are on the 1 train?

38 stations
The 1 subway (Uptown & The Bronx) has 38 stations departing from Whitehall St-South Ferry and ending in Van Cortlandt Park-242 St.

What stops does the 1 train make in Manhattan?

Manhattan stations

Subway Station Entrance and Exit Location(s)
50 St W 50 St and Broadway
Times Sq-42 St W 42 St and 7th Ave, W 41 St between 7th Ave and Broadway, W 40 St and 7th Ave
34 St Penn Station W 34 St and 7th Ave, W 33 St and 7th Ave, W. 32 St. and 7th Ave.
28 St W 28 St and 7th Ave

Where does the 1 train go in NYC?

The 1 operates at all times, making all stops between Van Cortlandt Park–242nd Street in Riverdale, Bronx and South Ferry in Lower Manhattan. The modern 1 train has always run up to Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, but its route below 96th Street has varied through the years.

Is the 2 train working?

The 2 Train reported Local to Express for 40 % of the day, Delays for 4 % of the day, Some Delays for 5 % of the day, Reduced Service for 50 % of the day. There are no Delays to report.

What is the first stop on the South Ferry Loop Subway?

The first stop of the 1 subway route is South Ferry Loop [1,N,R,W] and the last stop is Van Cortlandt Park – 242 St [1]. 1 (Direction: Uptown & The Bronx) is operational during weekdays. Additional information: 1 has 37 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 59 minutes.

What is the name of the South Ferry station?

There are two separate stations on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line, which are individually named the South Ferry station due to their connection to Manhattan’s South Ferry. The name “South Ferry loops” is used for the Old South Ferry platforms, while the newer platforms are called “New South Ferry.”

When did trains start running on the South Ferry line?

On February 6, 1959, 1 trains began to run between 242nd Street and South Ferry all times. Trains began to be branded as Hi-Speed Locals, being as fast as the old express service with new R21s and R22s on the line.

When did the 137th Street to South Ferry local stop running?

On June 12, 1949, 137th Street to South Ferry Sunday local trains were discontinued, but were resumed on March 5, 1950, at which time Sunday service was also rerouted to New Lots Avenue.