Each year, around 50 million tourists
travel to New York City. Current transportation information is critical in order to
meet the demands of these visitors.
New York City is one of the most
complex transportation systems in the world with three airports, a major bus terminal and two major rail hubs.
In addition, we are connected to major highways by a series of
Bridges and Tunnels,
And that's just getting here. Visit our pages about
Airports, Trains & Buses
to learn the basics.
Getting around New York City can
also be difficult. When you get to New York City be smart and take advantage of the public transportation system for getting around.
Find out more about getting around
within the city by visiting our Subway,
Bus and Taxi-Cab sections of the site.
For more leisurely travel you can try a
Horse-Drawn Carriage or a Pedicab. To move
around by water, check out the Ferry Service/Water-Taxi