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36th Street (BMT Fourth Avenue Line)

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36th Street
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New York City Subway rapid transit station
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Coney Island-bound x20px train of R68 cars sits on the southbound express track
Station statistics
Address 36th Street & Fourth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Borough Brooklyn
Locale Sunset Park
Coordinates

40°39′16″N 74°00′16″W / 40.65445°N 74.00455°W / 40.65445; -74.00455Coordinates: 40°39′16″N 74°00′16″W / 40.65445°N 74.00455°W / 40.65445; -74.00455{{#coordinates:40.65445|-74.00455||||||| |primary |name=

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Division B (BMT)
Line BMT Fourth Avenue Line
Services       D all times (all times)
      N all times (all times)
      R all times (all times)
Connection
Structure Underground
Platforms 2 island platforms
cross-platform interchange
Tracks 4
Other information
Opened September 13, 1915 (100 years ago) (1915-09-13)
Traffic
Passengers (2014) 3,970,318[1]11px 3.8%
Rank 123 out of 421
Station succession
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36th Street is an express station on the BMT Fourth Avenue Line of the New York City Subway, located at 36th Street and Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

36th Street is an express station with four tracks and two island platforms. R trains provide local service, while D and N trains run express (except during nights when they replace R trains). During nights, this station is the northern terminal for the R shuttle to Bay Ridge – 95th Street. South of here, N and R trains continue on Fourth Avenue, while D trains diverge east onto the BMT West End Line.

This is one of two "36th Street" stations served by the R train. The other is 36th Street on the IND Queens Boulevard Line.

The station was overhauled from 1996 to 1998. The changes included rebuilt staircases, retiled walls, new tiling on the floors, upgrading the station's lights, installing ADA yellow safety treads along the platform edge, new track-beds for local and express trains and also installing some artwork around the entrance.

Proposed subway under 40th Street

There are three abandoned trackways south of 36th Street station. One trackway merges with the southbound local track, and the other two trackways are south of the tracks that ramp up to the BMT West End Line. The triple trackway ramps down to a lower level, under the mainline tracks, and curves slightly east before ending. On the main track level, a bellmouth going east is visible from a Manhattan-bound local train,[2] just south of this station. When the subway was planned as part of the Triborough System, use of the South Brooklyn cut was not anticipated, and instead a four-track subway was to be built in 40th Street to reach the equivalent of the Culver and West End lines. The unused junction is to the east side of Fourth Avenue. There was a mezzanine somewhere south of the present station, which was "stranded" when the present ramps from the West End Line were built and the station was extended northward.

Station layout

G Street Level Exit/Entrance
M Mezzanine Fare control, station agent
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Platform level
Northbound local x20px toward Norwood – 205th Street, x20px toward Astoria – Ditmars Boulevard (late nights) (25th Street)
x20px toward Forest Hills – 71st Avenue (25th Street)
Island platform, doors will open on the left, right
Northbound express x20px toward Norwood – 205th Street (Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center)
x20px toward Astoria – Ditmars Boulevard (Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center)
x20px alighting passengers only (late nights)
Southbound express x20px toward Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue via West End (Ninth Avenue)
x20px toward Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue via Sea Beach (59th Street)
Island platform, doors will open on the left, right
Southbound local x20px x20px toward Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue (late nights) (Ninth Avenue (D) or 45th Street (N))
x20px toward Bay Ridge – 95th Street (45th Street)

Image gallery

References

  1. ^ "Facts and Figures: Annual Subway Ridership". New York: Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved 2015-04-29. 
  2. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPjuw5I22To&feature=related The bellmouth can be seen at 58 seconds (0:58) into this video, just before the 36th Street Station.

External links

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