Well, by next summer at least.
Fresh off that basically-funded Capital Plan high, the MTA announced today that 11 subway lines (as well as the Times Square Shuttle) will be getting more service by next summer. The 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, M and N lines will all soon be seeing more scheduled daily trains—mainly on weekdays—which translates to less times between trains for every route.
The additional train service, which should go into effect by June, will cost an estimated $5.8 million annually. You can see the full details of the welcome changes in the chart below.
Now they might want to think about investing some of the left-over money into their sign budget.