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149 & 3rd Avenue in the Bronx?
Chambers St J/Z
In a subway station?
In the subway
Chambers Street on the JZ!
City Hall Station.
Brooklyn bridge city hall (4,5,6)/chambers st. (J,Z)
Chamber street on the J and Z, right?
Chambers St on BMT Nassau St Line
Chambers St J Line
BMT Chambers is correct.
If some of you actually looked at the red fainted arrow, it was pointing to transfer for that line, so the location wasn’t exactly on it, which I take it many didn’t notice or just missed.
So, Tal, it doesn’t matter what website you post on (and you spread yourself all over), you can’t help yourself sharing how superior and intelligent you think you are, huh? (p.s., You are clearly neither.)
Stop with the personal attacks and cyberimposturizations, b/c where I come from they are a hit way below the belt. Back on topic. The majority (although not all) of cyclists remind me of Hamas, flouting the law, terrorizing the majority, yet gaining public sympathy, including the likes of all you here, that always take the side of the biker vs. the trucker. On a side note, bikers wouldn’t have bikes to ride if there were no trucks to bring them into the retailers that sell them. Trucks are essential for modern commerce, but bikes are superfluous, dangerous to themselves and to motorized traffic, and generally a drain on public finances. If you want to respond, respond to the issues rather than attacking me personally with debunkable charecter asasingnations. I am personally fed up with all this Hamasing.
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