If you want to use uptown and downtown don't say 'to' "The train going downtown was crowded, but the uptown train was empty." would be better. In the UK London is always 'up' and everywhere else is 'down'. This is a hangover from the railways. People do say 'I'm going up to London' but it is quite old fashioned to use up and down these days. You'll here it in period plays when people go 'up' to London and 'down' to the country.
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