Every New York City Subway line that crosses 23rd Street has a local station there:
- 23rd Street on the BMT Broadway Line serving the N R trains
- 23rd Street on the IND Eighth Avenue Line serving the A C E trains
- 23rd Street on the IND Sixth Avenue Line serving the F M trains
- 23rd Street on the IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line serving the 1 2 trains
- 23rd Street on the IRT Lexington Avenue Line serving the 4 6 <6> trains
Port Authority Trans-Hudson has a station at 23rd Street as well.
Additionally, MTA New York City Transit's M23 bus runs the length of 23rd Street. This replaced the horse-drawn and later electric-powered Twenty-Third Street Railway. In 2003, the Straphangers Campaign listed the M23 as one of the slowest in the city, winning its "Pokey Award."
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