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Kings Highway
New York City Subway rapid transit station
Kings Hwy NYC Subway Station by David Shankbone.JPG
Station statistics
Address Kings Highway & McDonald Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11223
Borough Brooklyn
Locale Gravesend, Midwood
Coordinates 40°36′11.47″N 73°58′20.44″W / 40.6031861°N 73.9723444°W / 40.6031861; -73.9723444Coordinates: 40°36′11.47″N 73°58′20.44″W / 40.6031861°N 73.9723444°W / 40.6031861; -73.9723444
Division B (IND, formerly BMT)
Line IND Culver Line
Services       F all times (all times)
Structure Elevated
Platforms 2 island platforms
Tracks 3
Other information
Opened March 16, 1919
Passengers (2008) 1.105 million[1][2] 0.08%
Rank 337 out of 422
Station succession
Next north Avenue P (local): F all times
18th Avenue (express): no regular service
Next south Avenue U: F all times

Kings Highway is an express station on the IND Culver Line of the New York City Subway. Served by the F train at all times, it is located at Kings Highway and McDonald Avenue in the Gravesend neighborhood of Brooklyn. The main entrance is on Kings Highway with a secondary exit at Avenue S that can be accessed at the opposite end of the platform.

The station has three tracks and two island platforms, and is the last stop for some rush-hour trains. Although the express track continues south of the station, there are no express stops beyond Kings Highway. Instead, the track offers the option of switching to either local tracks between the Avenue X and Avenue U stations before going directly into Coney Island Yard south of the Avenue X station.


  1. ^ "2008 Subway Ridership". New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved 2009-04-29. 
  2. ^ "2007 Ridership by Subway Station". New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved 2009-04-29. 

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