Sunday, April 6, 2008

Smooth ride to Manhattan mass

More than 1,000 students and teachers from Archbishop Molloy High School will celebrate the institution's 50th anniversary in style next week - taking a private subway from Queens to St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Mass Transit to St. Pat's

Archbishop Molloy High School's private subway ride by the numbers.

Number of subway cars on the train: 8

Passengers expected: About 1,300

Time to board: 7 minutes

Number of subway car doors: 32

NYC Transit's price: $4,000

Cost per passenger: $3.07

Start: Briarwood/Van Wyck Blvd. F-train station, Queens.

End: Fifth Ave./53rd St. station, Manhattan.

Molloy students get private subway ride


Anonymous said...

Are you kidding me?

Taxpayer said...

Have a great day, Stanners!

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Archbishop Molloy has been a positive institution in NYC for 50 years. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the city providing this small accomadation for the school.

Anonymous said...

The city is not paying for this. If you read the attached article, the school is paying the fee that the MTA charges for this service. This is probably the most practical way to transport this many people to their destination. It is so much faster and more environemntally friendly than hiring enough buses to do this. I hope they have a well deserved great day.