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Videos and information indicate that using the Air Train at JFK is pretty simple. Getting on the correct Air Train may not be a problem for some who understand the three train system. However, an inconvenience that many may encounter is actually getting to the...More
It is impressive how the New York City subway and bus system enables millions of travelers to reach their destinations. The Subway seems to the quickest method of transportation since it avoids the traffic aboveground.
During my June 2018 visit to New York City, I...More
Being in the City for a week, the $32 seven day pass was the ideal choice and we used it extensively on the subway, although it also works on the buses, but aware that the Air Train is not covered. Nevertheless it was perfect for...More
Don't bother with buses, overpriced cabs and Ubers, this is the only way to get around town. $3 single trip or $33 for 7 days unlimited - subway is easy to use if you have a good map app. We used AirTrain & LIRR for...More
My wife and I visited New York for four days, and it was our first visit to America.
I can't begin to imagine how we would have managed to see and do so much if it wasn't for the MTA!
Straight away we used the...More
Ok, so it’s not the cleanest, it’s not the quietest transport system in the world and the reputation for ‘interesting characters’ is definitely not without foundation but; this is a very efficient network, crying out for investment but still a great way to get around...More
The more I travel in New York City, the more I am impressed with the MTA. What other city has so many subway trains and manages to keep them running on time and relatively clean. This is a very under rated part of NYC's infrastructure....More
I grew up in Bronx, NY in the 60s and 70s and surprised upon returning that not much has changed with the subways and Metro North. The stations still have no lifts/elevators for the disabled. I climbed two flights of stairs with cane (I guess...More
I would take a taxi as it is the easiest way out of LaGuardia. If you were going to Manhattan, there is a free bus (M60). However, there isn’t one going to Brooklyn from my knowledge. $20-30 and taxi gets you anywhere in... More
I would take a taxi as it is the easiest way out of LaGuardia. If you were going to Manhattan, there is a free bus (M60). However, there isn’t one going to Brooklyn from my knowledge. $20-30 and taxi gets you anywhere in Brooklyn.