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"Busy shopping street!"

Roosevelt Avenue runs along Queens and up to Flushing. There, it is a street where there are shops such as Macy's, Pretty Girl, and other small shops and places to eat. There is heavy foot traffic here at times and many buses as well as the 7 trains stop here. There are residents living nearby but I think it is mostly a commercial area where people come to shop and perform business.
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"Okay in the day, be wary at night."

Jamaica Avenue is a long street and is known to mostly everyone that lives in New York. There are plenty of shops and eateries to visit in the daytime but I would be wary to be walking on it in some parts where not many people go at night, but that could be said about anywhere in New York City. The Q56 and the J/Z trains run along some parts of Jamaica Avenue.
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"Long busy street with lots to see!"

Queens Boulevard is a very long street where you can visit by taking a number of buses and trains such as the E, F, G, R, and V. One of the most popular malls of the city is also located here, Queens Center Mall. Many cars pass along the road so you must be careful when crossing, even when the traffic lights tell you to go. There is also plenty of foot traffic that come along here and plenty to see, eat, and shop!

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