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Why are the (V) and the brown (M) trains so hated?

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  1. Leonard Wilson says:

    Many people wanted the V to be the Culver local and the F to be the Culver express. That would've been epic. Unfortunately, due to several logistical reasons, that wasn't feasible.

    As far as the brown M train, it was useless because it went to Lower Manhattan. The vast majority of people who live near the M train stops in Queens and Brooklyn want to head to Midtown and the Village, not Lower Manhattan. The orange M gives those people a one seat ride to 6th Avenue. If the M because brown again then MANY people would be pissed off.

  2. Space_guy134 says:

    the v train terminated at lower east side 2nd av but it was only used for extra local service but for me it could have gone beyond 2nd av. it could have gone via the f from 2nd av to church av. Right now, culver line has only 4 express runs. two in the morning and 2 in the evening. what ime saying is to make that an all day thing. make the F run express and G does local. but since the G train is so short. the v train will run local via culver and terminate at church av.

    Edit: so what if the v train doesn't have alone stope. The C train don't got '"the last stop is bla bla bla" thats it, and no one is saying anything about that

  3. Anthony says:

    Honestly if it were to be removed I wouldn’t care honestly, Although The Myrtle/Ridgewood portion is very important to the Line, and with the helping the congestion of Essex st on the F line, which makes it stand out more than the V.
    The only way I would even take the M train is if something is wrong with the L line, but even at that I got other options such as the A and J trains, so If anything I tend to avoid it, especially with The crazy headway’s. and even at that, the Amount of Delays it causes J trains at Myrtle BWAY is unacceptable.
    To even elaborate, growing up with family in ridgewood,/bushwick they’ll much rather walk to Wyckoff and take L train anyways also,
    As someone who travels a lot to Jackson heights Queens, I barely see M train there either. (Weekday, weekends)
    Therefore I feel like the Orange M is just as useless imo. Besides the Ridgewood portion. Ofc
    And this is coming from someone who lived in bushwick from 2007-2015 and got to experience the budget cuts of 2010.

  4. Randolph Twells says:

    2:09; The Brown "M" Train goes from Broad Street to Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, not Bay Parkway. The main reason is that both the brown "M" line and the orange "V" line have to be discontinued on September 5, 2010; the brown "M" is becoming the orange "M" which is gone to Middle Village-Metropolitan Avenue to Forest Hills, but it can go to Essex-Delancey Street from weeknights and weekends for services going back to Metropolitan Avenue or Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn.

  5. Nassau™ says:

    The Brown M Was a way To get people from Queens To Brooklyn Faster, It went Via Myrtle Av to the Nassau Av line (J <J> Z) then to Broad St then branched off to the Montage Tunnel To Brooklyn Then via the D like To Bay Parkway

  6. Diego Cortez says:

    Wrong!.I Never Seen A Video with a V Train that's like "This a ##### bound v train the next stop is #### ### M And J Stops at Chambers street so brown m train. . 🟤 Chamber st.

  7. Victor Acosta says:

    Shut the fuck up you don't know shit the m and v train were not hated brown m or literally just the m train is one of the best routes in NYC transit shut up lady and v train only died due to budget cuts and yea it was. Hardly used nobody really knew where it would go but It was still a good ass train with all the cool equipment thats old including r32s so shut up oh and when the v train died they did a party on the train and that was popular so shut up ok goodbye

  8. Francisco Miranda says:

    From what I remember, the V train was hated because it was a local train that ran on 53rd St to/from Queens replacing the F train which was moved to 63rd St. The V was meant to be a weekday supplemental service along both 53rd St and 6th Ave (so, of course, it would never need its own stops). The problem was that the V was a local in Queens (as well as a local in Manhattan) rather than an express like the F, which is what riders going to/from Queens on the 53rd St Line were used to. The brown M train was a convoluted route with four different southern terminals depending on the time of day. Budget issues in 2010 forced the MTA to make changes thus eliminating the V and creating the 6th Ave orange M, which proved more popular as it gives riders in Brooklyn and Queens an additional service to Midtown, something the J and Z trains do not do.

  9. QBL Otaku says:

    Nice video I personally missed the V train i was in middle school when the M train first debut on Queens Blvd I mean I don't mind the orange M train I feel like the M and R Train are like a power couple plus the R train needs help can't do it alone

  10. Amir Francis Yardman2001 says:

    In a sort of comical way riders actually BENEFITED from the service cuts I mean the Orange M train has proven to be a very popular alternative to the L train. And to be perfectly honest the Brown M train was very useless I mean it was basically J train running via Myrtle ave line. Back then The majority of riders often transfer to delanacy st Essex st for F train service to get to midtown. Well the only major downside of the M rerouting is that M train riders did lose one seat ride to lower Manhattan and during rush hours southern Brooklyn , and even that isn’t really a loss especially when you consider the fact that Williamburg is demanding more midtown service and not many people go to lower Manhattan amd in southern Brooklyn basically no one went EVEN DURING rush hours the trains were nearly empty and if they really want to get to lower Manhattan they can just transfer to the J/Z train.

    And the V train was a failed subway line I mean it was usually even more so than the Brown M and to a lesser extent the W train. It was basically F trains running local in queens and on a shorter route I mean if it ran a special route then keep would make sense but. eliminating it was actually a pretty smart move.

  11. Relocated Redbird says:

    The V was originally supposed to be the route of the orange M today, but people preferred to see a letter they knew longer. The real reason the V was hated was the way it originally came up: it took over 53rd Street from the F, instead of just using the connector to run via 63rd. It's not one of MTA's smartest moments.

  12. Amir Francis Yardman2001 says:

    My opinion on the matter: The orange M is better it’s a popular alternative to the L train. Both the V And brown M were useless.

    V train: For the most part useless. It was basically F trains running local in queens and on a shorter route to Manhattan

    Brown M train: Another useless line it was basically J trains running via Myrte Ave and outside rush hours it’s basically a glorified shuttle.

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