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Fulton Street Subway Station located at New York, NY 10038, USA

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Derek Villorente

4 Google Rating

They did a very nice renovation to this station and there are a large number of places for you to di

4/ 5

They did a very nice renovation to this station and there are a large number of places for you to dine at. Its like a food court at the mall. What I dont like about the station is the subway sign directions they are confusing and will have you walking around in circles before you find out where you want to go.

Stephan Grütering

5 Google Rating

Fulton Street is a New York City Subway station complex in Lower Manhattan. It consists of four link

5/ 5

Fulton Street is a New York City Subway station complex in Lower Manhattan. It consists of four linked stations on the IND Eighth Avenue Line, the IRT Lexington Avenue Line, the BMT Nassau Street Line and the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line. The last three cross Fulton Street at Broadway, Nassau Street, and William Street respectively; the Eighth Avenue Line station is underneath Fulton Street, between Broadway and Nassau Streets. The station is the seventh busiest in the system, as of 2016, with 25,162,937 passengers. The complex is served by the: 4, A, and J trains at all times 2 train on weekdays 3 train at all times except late nights and weekends 5 train at all times except late nights on weekdays C train at all times except late nights Z train during rush hours in the peak direction The Fulton Center is a renovation project that improves access throughout the station complex, introduces a new station building, and provides easier access to the World Trade Center site. It links the Fulton Street subway station with the nearby Cortlandt Street and Chambers Street/World Trade Center stations (the latter one stop north on the A, C, 2 and 3 trains) and the World Trade Center Transportation Hub through the out-of-fare control Dey Street Passageway. The Fulton Center opened on November 10, 2014 Artwork: Marine Grill Murals, 1913 (Fred Dana Marsh) Location: Fulton Street (Broadway-Nassau) · Installed: 2000 The 1913 Marine Grill murals by Frederick Dana Marsh, now installed in the Fulton/Broadway/Nassau complex, were originally in a basement restaurant of the McAlpin Hotel on Herald Square. The developer converting the hotel to condos agreed at the last minute to preserve them. While the workers managed to remove most of the ceramic tiles without breaking them, they simply piled them at random in two dozen crates. MTA Arts for Transit had the crates delivered to a TA bus garage with some free floorspace, and a group of college interns spent their summer playing jigsaw puzzle! They were reinstalled at Broadway/Nassau in 2000. (Thanks to Harry Matthews for the info.)

Zachary Ehrlich

4 Google Rating

nice station with handicapped accessible entrance and accessibility. obviously the subway itself is

4/ 5

nice station with handicapped accessible entrance and accessibility. obviously the subway itself is garbage and the corruption that has led to it's downfall is tragic, but the station itself is beautiful

Sheng W.

1 Google Rating

Beautiful station with the most counterintuitive MTA signs you'll find in NYC. To find the Jamaica J

1/ 5

Beautiful station with the most counterintuitive MTA signs you'll find in NYC. To find the Jamaica JZ train, ignore all signs and stairwells (they lead you in literal circles) and go straight to the end of the strip with all the stairwells leading downstairs to AC trains. To find the Broad St JZ, don't. It is literally a myth and I have successfully found it once by mistake. You can get there faster walking, promise.

Omar Brooklyn

4 Google Rating

Fulton Street New York, New York ( Downton Manhattan )J/Z- Train Line To Brooklyn/Queens. 4/5- Train

4/ 5

Fulton Street New York, New York ( Downton Manhattan )J/Z- Train Line To Brooklyn/Queens. 4/5- Train Line connect to 2/3- Train Line, Manhattan/Bronx/Brooklyn A/C- Train Line Harlem/Brooklyn/Far Rockaway Queens This New Renovated 911 Memorial Wheel Chair Accessed connection to All Lines

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