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MTA Subway - Halsey St (L)
Wyckoff Ave (at Halsey St.)
"The L to the city is hella crowded in the AM. If you see seats in the first 2-3 cars, you better sit in them. They won't be empty for long."
MTA Subway - Central Ave (M)
DeKalb Ave. & Central Ave. (at Myrtle Ave)
"Sucks on the weekends route to the city. Must take it one stop and then switch to J, which in itself can be a 20 min operation. Yes,I'm butter about it."
MTA Subway - Broadway Junction (A/C/J/L/Z)
Van Sinderen Ave. (btwn Eastern Pkwy & Fulton St)
"If you're trying to get to the Airtrain take the A to Howard Beach instead of the J, it's a lot faster."
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MTA Subway - Seneca Ave (M) 692 Seneca Ave (Palmetto St)
MTA Subway - Knickerbocker Ave (M) 1429 Myrtle Ave (at Knickerbocker Ave)
MTA Subway - DeKalb Ave (L) DeKalb Ave (Wyckoff Ave)
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