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Flushing Express
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Flushing Express

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AM Rush Hours:
Trains leave Flushing
6:21am to 9:53am
·Flushing-Main St
·Mets-Willets Point
·Junction Blvd
·61 St-Woodside
·Queensboro Plaza
·Court Square
·Hunters Point Av
·Vernon-Jackson Avs
Steinway Tunnel
·Grand Central
·5 Av-Bryant Park
·Times Square
·34 St-Hudson Yards
PM Rush Hours:
Trains leave
34 St-Hudson Yards
2:46pm to 9:41pm

The 7 Flying, Flushing Express train is the non-shuttle Subway Route with the fewest number of stations just 12, and fastest end-to-end running time at 27 minutes between it’s two terminals. Diamond 7 Express trains operate during peak direction rush-hours (and evenings only), with trains leaving Flushing for 34 Street-Hudson Yards between 6:21am and 9:53am in the AM Peak direction; and leaving 34th Street-Hudson Yards bound for Flushing between 2:46pm and 9:37pm in the PM Peak direction, nearly all 7 Express trains operate as 7 local trains for their reverse peak trip, making all local stops on the 3 track Flushing Line.

The Express trains also operate special event service after all Weeknight and all Weekend Mets Games (no Inbound Express service after Weekday Day Games when the Express track is operating in the opposite peak direction for rush hour service) and other special events, these trains start at Mets-Willets Point and run to 34th Street-Hudson Yards, skipping Junction Blvd, Hunters Point Avenue, and Vernon-Jackson Avenues in addition to all of the other local stops.

The diamond-7 Express is known as a variety of other names, including the Flying Express for the portion of the Route where Express trains go up onto an upper level and above the 111th Street station to cross above the yard leads and lay-up tracks into the Corona Yard Below. International Express is another nickname for the Flushing Express (and Flushing Local) for the extreme diversity of communities that the subway line serves with locals speaking over 100 languages at all the line’s stations.

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Last Updated: October 16, 2021
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