Tip: Keep in mind that weekend service on the (M) is between Metropolitan Avenue and extends beyond Myrtle Av-Broadway to Essex Street.
Hate this train with passion.
Such a pretty ride over the bridge
Always a bum sleeping@ Broadway-Lafayette on the Brooklyn bound side.
Stand clear of the closing doors please!
scenic views over the Williamsburg bridge
Local in Queens, Manhattan, and, Brooklyn via Queens Blvd. 6 Av., Williamsburg Br weekdays to Middle Village - Metropoltan Avenue.
After Essex St.,rains proceed via 6 Avenue to Broadway-Lafayette, West 4 St., 14 St., 23 St., 34 St., 42 St., and Rockefeller Center.
Nice views over the bridge
Sit next to the door facing uptown best view on a sunny day
The J is express into the city from Brooklyn. Great in the morning
Remember that the Train stops up to Myrtle/Broadway on the weekends
Best train ever...except when it doesn't fun on the weekends. One day though!
If you don't already know: this train runs shuttle from Metropolitan to Myrtle/Broadway, late nights (after 11) & weekends. Transfer to the J to get to Manhattan or Williamsburg.
This is a special weekend service that runs to Midtown via 6 Av. Local. This service runs when L service is suspended and 6 Avenue service is affected from other diversions. Weekends only.
Manhattan and Queens via 6 Av. Local. Weekdays and evenings to 71 Av. - Forest Hills. Weekends to Myrtle Av. - Broadway. For Manhattan, change at Myrtle - Broadway for the J.
Missed the M at 34 St.? Take the B or D to West 4 or Broadway - Laf. You'll beat it out.
Front cars are always less crowded along the 6 Avenue line.
This Train is the best its Takes to to Shopping Central!
Mind the gap