b-sig question

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Anonymous's picture

Can anyone tell me how long the subway ride is to the B-Sig start in Queens from any subway stop in Manhattan? I never take these trains and have no idea how much time to leave for the trip. Thanks...

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mark gelles (not verified)
One hour to be safe from Manhattan

"It is not difficult to get to our starting point via Subway however because of weekend subway construction you need to check http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/advisory.htm re your stop for getting on the E or F. Trains will be stopping at our destination but some construction problems might make a difference where you get the train initially check the MTA website & again on Friday for changes. Hope this helps....mark"

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Kay Gunn (not verified)
subway timetable

"The MTA also posts a timetable for each line. I've found it to be pretty reliable. Of course, the schedule isn't updated with construction delays/service advisories, so you should always check that as Mark suggests.

MTA Subway Schedule"

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L (not verified)

"I have found the time estimates on http://hopstop.com/ to be highly accurate. The site also takes into account service disruptions.

Just put in your address, the address (or intersection) of where you are going, the time and day and it figures out the best route and estimates how long it will take.


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former queens regular (not verified)

Is there any reason you don't want to ride to Queens? If you ride, you won't have to stress about figuring out how much time to leave, or carry your bike on the steps in bike shoes. If you're going to take the train, do it in the afternoon, on the way home, when traffic is heavier on the roadways, and you're tired and not worried about time.

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Karen (not verified)
sat's bsig ride time

does anyone know what time we plan to finish the bsig ride in queens?

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