NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION GUIDEBOOK
An Unofficial Guide to Understanding and Using Public Transport in NYC
The public transportation system in New York is probably the biggest in the world and the best, if not the best in the world.
Public transportation runs 24/7, covering the five boroughs of New York.
You have many options for public transportation: the city bus, the subway, the ferry, bicycle, taxi.
Putting that all together can sometimes be a little tricky. Sometimes, you want to travel by bus. It is slower, but you can look out, you can sight-see for free. Or, you want to take the subway.
A subway ride from Midtown, where Times Square is, down to Wall Street or the Statue of Liberty in a taxi can take half an hour to an hour and cost upwards of $20-30. You can take that same journey in the subway for 20 minutes at the price of a cup of coffee.
YOUR. NO. 1 TRAVEL GUIDE
These guidebooks contains all the information I have given out over the years to the various groups touring with us to help you plan and make it easy. I hope it can also help you. – Annaline Dinkelmann