Getting Around New York City

302 square miles is a lot of ground to cover in New York but NYC has been working since the early 1900’s to keep up with the growing population and its needs for transportation around town. Most New Yorkers get around town by the subway, transit buses and the ferry system. The city is also supported by other rail systems such as PATH from New Jersey, LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) from Long Island and Metro North from points north of New York. Multitudes of private bus companies including Academy Bus provide public and private service into the city from surrounding areas.

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