New York City Transportation

  • NYC Subway System, Lincoln Center Station, 12/2012
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  • Amtrak Northeast Regional train to New York
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  • Approaching New York on the Amtrak Train
    Approaching New York on the Amtrak Train
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  • 26. Cycling

    After my recent encounter with virtually city-wide bike rentals, I was quite pleased to learn today that the Big Apple is about to follow suit. More than 200 cities around the world have bike-share...

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  • 27. New Jersey Transit

    We stayed in Cranford, NJ for the night after a show in nearby Scotch Plains, originally we were going to drop the car off at the Newark airport and carry our backpacks all day but then I won a...

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  • 28. Helicopter

    We took one of the last scheduled helicopter flights out of JFK to Lower Manhatten in the mid 80's. It was great stepping off a 747 from London and being ushered directly onto a waiting helicopter for...

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  • 29. Pedi-cab

    NYC has it all, and with no exception is the Pedi-cab. You will find they are located throughout the major areas like Central Park, 34th Street, Rockefeller Plaza, etc. If you're traveling a short...

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  • 30. Roosevelt Island Tram

    Take the cablecar to Roosevelt Island its included with your subwaypass. I think you board at 60th street east. I quite enjoyed walking around the island as it is a change from the hustle and bustle...

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  • 31. George Washington Bridge

    I love the bridges and tunnels leading to and from NYC. Perhaps it is because I have spent so much time getting in and out of the City that I have just learned to try to appreciate them. For nearly a...

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  • 32. Airport Bus

    We used the Airport shuttle buses on multiple occasions and found them to be convenient for people with luggage, and reliable. We also used the Airport Bus called NYC Airporter from Port Authority...

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  • 33. Metro North Railroad

    Here is a picture of a Metro North Ticket Machine. These machines are easy to use they convert into other languages such as dutch & french. You use it by touching the screen. You select where you are...

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  • 34. Cruise Ship

    Many New Yorkers foget that NYC is a cruise port. There are cruise ship terminals on the West Side as well as in Brooklyn. NCL, RC, Carnival and Princess all use these ports. My wife and I have sailed...

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  • 35. Path Trains

    PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) operates trains across the river to the state of Jersey. They operate out of 33rd Street station near Penn Station, and from the World Trade Center. It makes staying...

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  • 36. The Lincoln Highway

    If you like to drive, as I do, feeling that you miss a lot when you see something from 35,000 feet, and you like history, why not drive the Lincoln Highway, the oldest paved transcontinental highway...

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  • giampiero6's Profile Photo
    Oct 30, 2012 at 10:02 AM

    NYC Subways are closed and it might take up to 4 days just to get the water pumped out....

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