NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The results are in.

The Q has been rated the best New York City subway line for the first time since 2001 in the Straphangers Campaign‘s annual “State of the Subways” report card.

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The Q runs between Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue in Brooklyn and Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard in Queens.

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The line scored above average on delays caused by mechanical breakdowns, seat availability during rush hour and subway car cleanliness.

For the fourth year in a row, the C line, which operates between East New York in Brooklyn and Washington Heights in Manhattan, has been rated the worst.

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Its shortcomings are listed as: amount of scheduled service; mechanical delays; subway car cleanliness; and announcements.

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Overall, the car breakdown rate improved system-wide thanks to newer train models and better maintenance of the MTA’s aging fleet. The E line had the best record on delays caused by mechanical failures.

Subway car cleanliness went down 4 percent from last year. The No. 1 line was rated the cleanest in the system.

Accurate and understandable subway car announcements have improved 3 percent.

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