Public Transportation (or Transit)
- The Metropolitan Transportation Association (MTA) operates America's largest transportation network, which includes the following:
- New York City Transit (subway and bus): 24 hour a day bus and subway service linking the numerous neighborhoods throughout New York City. Phone: (718) 330-1234.
- Long Island Railroad (LIRR) serves areas from the eastern tip of Montauk, Long Island to Manhattan. Phone: (718) 217-LIRR.
- Long Island Bus provides transit services connecting Nassau County, western Suffolk County and eastern Queens. Phone: (516) 228-4000.
- Metro-North Rail Commuter Rail connects seven New York counties and Connecticut. Phone: (212) 532-4900 (New York); (800) METRO-INFO (all other areas).
- The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey oversees the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Rail (PATH) which connects New York City and New Jersey, as well as ferry service linking Hoboken, NJ to World Financial Center, NY and Queens West to East 34th Street. Ferry service: (212) 564-8484; PATH: (800) 234-PATH.
- The Staten Island Ferry, (718) 815-5286, operated by the New York City Department of Transportation, provides 24 hour-a-day service connecting Staten Island and Manhattan.
- New York Waterway, (800) 533-3379, provides commuter ferry service to points around Manhattan and New Jersey.
- New Jersey Transit, (800) 772-2222, offers train, bus, and subway service within New Jersey.
Access a complete list of transit providers in the State of New Jersey: http://www.fta.dot.gov/other/trag/states/nj.html
Access a complete list of transit providers in the State of New York: http://www.fta.dot.gov/other/trag/states/ny.html
Access a complete list of transit providers in the State of Connecticut: http://www.fta.dot.gov/other/trag/states/ct.html
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