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4 (New York City Subway service)
- For the former service, see BMT 4.
The 4 Lexington Avenue Express is a service of the New York City Subway. It is colored green, since it uses the Lexington Avenue Line through midtown. Trains of the service run all the time. The usual pattern is express through Manhattan and Brooklyn and local elsewhere; at late nights it is local everywhere. Some rush hour trips in the peak direction run to New Lots Avenue; it also extends there late nights, when the doesn't run.
The 4 is the official train of the New York Yankees, having a stop at Yankee Stadium, located at in the Bronx. Several R62 and R142 cars running on this line are decorated with Yankee logos and colors.
The following lines are used by the 4:
|Jerome Avenue Line (full line)||local (skips 138th Street-Grand Concourse rush hours in peak direction)||always|
|IRT Lexington Avenue Line (full line)||express (local late nights)||always|
|IRT Joralemon Street Tunnel||N/A||always|
|IRT Eastern Parkway Line north of Utica Avenue||express (local late nights)||always|
|IRT Eastern Parkway Line south of Utica Avenue||N/A||late night and some rush-hour trips in peak direction|
For a more detailed station listing, see the lines in the table above.
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