New York City Transportation

Lower Manhattan Street

There are many New York City Transportation options for getting around. The public transportation system is great and the city is full of taxis.

The New York City area is served by three large airports, giving you multiple gateways to the city by air.

Public Transportation

New York City public transportation is excellent and offers plenty of options. The extensive subway system and a network of buses and railroads are great for getting around.

Public transportation can be much cheaper than using taxis and less hassle than driving yourself. You'll need a MetroCard to access the city's subways and buses. More MetroCard information here.

You can use public transportation to get from any NYC airport to Manhattan.


Taxis tend to be a popular choice for tourists. ItÂ’s much simpler to hail a cab than figure out the subway system. After all, you just have to stand on the side of the street and raise your hand. No maps or crowds.


Three large airports serve the New York City area:

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
LaGuardia International Airport (LGA)
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

All three airports are within easy reach of Manhattan through a number of different options.

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