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How to get to the East Village Lower East Side / Side of Manhattan to Penn Station?

meters preferably also plz dont just tell me to metro, I need to know where to get off too. thanks

To reach the Lower East Side, take the A, C or E train to Penn Station 4 St W, then transfer to the F or V. The V ends on the Lower East Side 2 Av station, whereas F continues to the Lower East Side (Delancey St, East Broadway) and then to Brooklyn. The East Village is just north of the Lower East the other, and the northern boundary of the East Village is the street instead of transferring 14 in W 4 St could get off at 14 St and take the L train to 3 Av 1 Av.

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