Some of the subway station names seem to have many ways to be pronounced, so it's a good idea to know what version is right. The most controversial station name is Kosciuszko Street. While it's pretty clear that it's named after Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a Polish & American national hero, it's not so clear how to pronounce it right. In Russian, I know that the name of the hero is pronounced as "Kostyooshko", but, obviously, this is not the way to say it in English (or even in Polish). Most conductors say either "Kossiyasko" or "Koskiyasko". The latter version is certainly nonsense. I once caught a R160 running on the J (not Z, but J!) and the automated announcement sounded as "Kazoosko". Maybe this is the right way? Someone told me that the Poles themselves say "Koshoosko". So, does anyone know which way is right?