NYC Transportation

Getting into and around Manhattan is actually pretty easy if you’re using the trains, subways and buses.

GETTING INTO MANHATTAN

If you don’t want to drive into Manhattan, there are a number of public NYC transportation options available.

  • Metro North trains travel from Westchester, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, and Rockland counties in NY, Bergen and Passaic counties in NJ, and Fairfield and New Haven counties in CT.
  • LIRR trains travel from Long Island into Penn Station from Queens, a little bit of Brooklyn, Nassau County, and Suffolk County.
  • NJ Transit trains start from either Penn Station in NYC or Hoboken, NJ and provide transportation all the way through to Spring Valley, Port Jervis, Hackettstown, Gladstone, High Bridge, Bay Head, and SEPTA to get to Philadelphia and Atlantic City.

NYC BUSES AND SUBWAYS

Once you’re in NYC, you can use a MTA bus or MTA subway to get around easily.

NYC TaxiAnd if you want to have your very own transportation, try a NYC taxi — they’re bright yellow and there are 13,000 NYC taxis riding around.

It’s really easy to find inexpensive NYC transportation that will get you where you’re going!

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with a few select NYC garages.