14 Street / Union Square (LNQR456) New York (MTA) Subway Station
Union Square subway station is one of the busiest transit hubs in New York City, serving the city's 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, and W subway lines. It is located in the heart of Union Square and is a hub for transportation, shopping, and entertainment. The station sees over 35 million riders annually and is a hub for both local and express trains.
The station features a unique "split level" design, with platforms for different lines located on different levels. Passengers can easily transfer between lines, making it a convenient hub for commuters. The station is also accessible, with elevators and staircases connecting the different levels. The station has undergone renovations in recent years, adding improved lighting and signage, and upgrading the infrastructure to ensure a smooth and efficient commute for passengers.
Union Square is a popular destination in its own right, known for its vibrant green market, street performers, and numerous shopping and dining options. The subway station serves as a hub for transportation, connecting riders to destinations throughout the city, and providing easy access to popular destinations like Times Square, the World Trade Center, and the Upper East Side.