The BMT 63rd Street Line is a rapid transit line of the BMT division of the New York City Subway system. This short line connects the express tracks of the BMT Broadway Line from 57th Street – Seventh Avenue to Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street, where it stub-ends. Two diamond crossovers are located just west of the station on both levels to enable trains to switch between this line and the IND 63rd Street Line, where the F train currently runs.
The line is being continued east towards Second Avenue. It will turn north to connect with the under construction IND Second Avenue Line tracks.
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... Services Opened Transfers and notes Merges with the IND Second Avenue Line (under construction) Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street no regular service October 29, 1989 The side of ... F (IND 63rd Street Line) MetroCard transfer to IRT Lexington Avenue Line (4 6 ... ) at 59th Street MetroCard transfer to BMT Broadway Line (N Q R ) at Lexington Avenue ...
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