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7 Train

Starts from Main Street, Flushing

* Willets Point, Shea Stadium

* 111th Street

* 103rd Street, Corona Plaza

* Junction Boulevard

* 90th Street, Elmhurst Avenue

* Roosevelt Avenue, Jackson Heights

* 69th Street/Fisk Avenue

* 61st Street/Woodside

* 52nd Street/Lincoln Avenue

* 46th Street/Bliss Street

* 40th Street/Lowery Street

* 33rd Street/Rawson Street

* Queensboro Plaza

* 45th Road, Court House Square

* Hunters Point Avenue

* Vernon Boulevard, Jackson Avenue

* 42nd Street - Grand Central

* 5th Avenue

Ends at 42nd Street/Times Square

A Train

Starts from Far Rockaway - Mott Avenue

* Beach 25th Street / Wavecrest

* Beach 36th Street / Edgemere

* Beach 44th Street / Frank Avenue

* Beach 60th Street / Straiton Avenue

* Beach 67th Street./ Gaston Avenue

* Broad Channel

* Howard Beach / JFK Airport

* Aqueduct / N Conduit Ave.

* Lefferts Boulevard, Liberty Avenue

* Rockaway Boulevard

* 88th Street

* 80th Street

* Grant Avenue

* Euclid Avenue

* Shepherd Avenue

Continues into Brooklyn

A Trains (Rockaway Park shuttle)

Starts from Rockaway Park - Beach 116th Street

* Beach 105th Street - Seaside

* Beach 98th Street - Playland

* Beach 90th Street - Holland

Joins A Train at Broad Channel

A/C Trains

Starts from Ozone Park - Lefferts Boulevard

*111th Street

* 104th Street

* Rockaway Boulevard

* 88th Street

* 80th Street

* Grant Avenue

* Euclid Avenue

* Shepherd Avenue

Continues into Brooklyn

E Train

Starts from Jamaica Center

* Sutphin Boulevard, Archer Avenue

* Jamaica - Van Wyck

* Union Turnpike - Kew Gardens

* 71st and Continental avenues

* Roosevelt Avenue - Jackson Heights

* Queens Plaza, Queens Boulevard

* 23rd Street / Ely Avenue

Continues into Manhattan

F Train

Starts from 179th Street, Jamaica

* 169th Street

* Parsons Boulevard

* Sutphin Boulevard

* Van Wyck Boulevard / Briarwood

* Union Turnpike, Kew Gardens

* 75th Avenue

* 71st / Continental Avenue

* Roosevelt Avenue - Jackson Heights

* Queens Plaza

* 23rd Street, Ely Avenue

Continues into Brooklyn

G/R Trains

Starts from 71st and Continental Avenues, Forest Hills

* 67th Avenue

* 63rd Drive - Rego Park

* Woodhaven Boulevard - Queens Mall

* Grand Avenue - Newtown

* Elmhurst Avenue

* Roosevelt Avenue - Jackson Heights

* 66th Street

* Northern Boulevard

* 46th Street

* Steinway Street

* 36th Street

* Queens Plaza (R continues into Manhattan)

* Court Square (G)

* 21st Street (G)

G continues into Brooklyn

J/Z Trains

Starts from Jamaica Center, Parsons/Archer

* Sutphin Boulevard, Archer Avenue

* 121st Street

* 111th Street

* 104th Street / 102nd Street

* Woodhaven Boulevard

* 85th Street, Forest Parkway

* 75th Street, Elderts Lane

* Cypress Hills

* Crescent Street

* Norwood Avenue

* Cleveland Street

Continues into Brooklyn

M Train

Starts from Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Village

* Fresh Pond Road

* Forest Avenue

* Seneca Avenue

Continues into Brooklyn

N Train

Starts from Ditmars Boulevard, Astoria

* Astoria Boulevard, Hoyt Avenue

* 30th Avenue, Grand Avenue

* Broadway

* 36th Avenue, Washington Avenue

* 39th Avenue, Beebe Avenue

* Queensboro Plaza

Continues into Manhattan and Brooklyn

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