To find out where the E train stops in New York, visit the Metropolitan Transportation Authority website at MTA.info. Click on Maps, and choose Individual Subway Line Maps. Click on the E. The E train page lists all the stops the train makes, along with the cross streets for each stop. If a station allows access to one or more additional trains, the trains are listed in the Subway Transfers column.Continue Reading
The E train runs between lower Manhattan and Queens, as of November 2015. A small map at the top of the E train page shows the general route overview.
To see the path of the E train on a street map, click on the Maps link, and choose the Subway System link in the New York Subway section. The E train is represented by a blue line; keep in mind that the A and C trains share the same path on certain sections. Look for the A, C or E label next to the blue line when the three train lines split into different directions.
Click and drag the map to follow the path of the E train. White circles indicate a stop with a subway transfer. Black circles indicate a stop without a transfer. To see the cross streets on the map, use the + sign to zoom in.Learn more about Geography