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R-62, Dyckman Street, station, platform, NYCTA
Code Number:
VRHV01P02_15
Title:
R-62, Dyckman Street, station, platform, NYCTA
Years in service: 1984Ðpresent (under CAP)
Manufacturer: Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Replaced: R12, R14, R15
Constructed: 1983-1985
Entered service: May 7, 1984
Built: 325
Formation: 5-car sets
Capacity: 42 (seated-A car), 44 (seated-B car)
Car body: Stainless steel with fiberglass end bonnets
Length: 155.6 meters (510.4 feet)
Width: 2,621 mm (8.60 feet)
Height: 3,624 mm (11.89 feet)
Platform height: 1.11 meters (3.6458 feet)
Maximum speed: 55 mph (89 km/h)
Weight: 74,900 pounds (34,000 kg)
Electric system: 625 V DC Third rail
Braking: WABCO RT2 Braking System, WABCO Tread Brake Unit
Safety system: emergency brakes
Coupling system: Westinghouse H2C
Track gauge: 1,435 mm (4 ft 8.5 inches) standard gauge
Keywords:
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