Getting around New York State and New York City.
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Routes and schedules from the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority.
Command Bus Company operates service throughout south-eastern Brooklyn, with 1 local
route, 1 limited-stop route, and 5 express routes.
Route maps and bus schedules for the Dutchess County LOOP Bus System - from the Division
of Mass Transportation, in Poughkeepsie.
Green Bus Lines:
Green Bus Lines operates service throughout the southern and central areas of Queens
County, with 15 local routes, 1 limited-stop route, and 5 express routes to Manhattan.
Jamaica Buses Inc:
Jamaica Buses serve the south-eastern area of Queens County and a portion of south-western
Nassau County. All of the 4 local routes, operated by Jamaica Buses, begin in Jamaica; at
the Parsons Boulevard terminal, south of Hillside Avenue.
New York Roads:
In-depth histories, exit lists, Metro Commute current traffic conditions and live cameras
for individual expressways and parkways, categorised by geographic area. Includes state
and county route lists, and information on unbuilt highways.
York State Thruway:
Thruway map for New York State with location of traffic cameras.
NYS Transit Providers:
Directory of New York State public transit operators, listed alphabetically.
Long Island Bus provides convenient service throughout Nassau County, western Suffolk
County and into eastern Queens. 53 routes serve 47 Long Island Rail Road stations plus
colleges, museums, parks, theatres, and beaches throughout the area.
Long Island Rail Road:
The Long Island Rail Road holds the distinction of being the busiest railroad in North
America. Individual station timetables give complete travel information for Penn Station,
Flatbush Avenue (Brooklyn) and Jamaica.
Metro-North goes to 119 stations in seven New York counties and two counties in
Connecticut. Three lines operate out of Grand Central, New York, and two lines out of New
Jersey Transit's terminal in Hoboken.
York City Transit:
New York City Transit is one of the most extensive and complex public transportation
systems in the world, operating 24-hour-a-day bus and subway service throughout the five
York Subway Map:
Interactive New York subway station map. When two or more lines serve one station, you
will be taken to one of the lines. To see information about the other line or lines,
select the appropriate link at the bottom of the map.
RGRTA - Rochester:
The Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) oversees public
transportation in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Wayne and Wyoming counties.
Staten Island Ferry:
The Staten Island Ferry operates between St. George Ferry Terminal, on the northern shore
of Staten Island, and Whitehall Street, on the southern tip of Manhattan. The 5 mile,
25-minute ride provides a majestic view of New York Harbour, for free; 24 hours a day, 7
days a week.
Bus schedules for Suffolk County Transit.
Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit - a joint venture of Cornell University, the City of
Ithaca, and Tompkins County.
Triboro Coach serves northern Queens County, operating 12 local routes, 1 limited-stop
route, and 5 express routes to Manhattan. Many of the local routes begin in Jackson
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