New York Transport Guide, NY, USA
One of the major problems of the City of New York are the transportation. The streets are often congested, parking is very expensive bridges and tunnels by charging a toll, most New Yorkers prefer to use public transport.
The New York subway is well developed and covers almost the entire center of the city. It is the largest in the world with 27 lines covering 1,160 kilometers. Two lines connect Manhattan to Newark and John F. Kennedy International Airport.
City buses and taxis, the famous yellow cabs recognizable by their yellow color, are widely used by people close to the center while the ferries provide links between the different islands.
To get out of New York toward Washington and central United States you can take the train Amtrak. But in general Americans prefer theirs own cars or bus lines numerous as those operated by Greyhound.
New York has three airports: JFK in Queens, which hosts the main flights from Europe, Newark Liberty International, the oldest airport in the city, completely renovated, which serves many national and international destinations, and La Guardia Airport in Queens, mostly for domestic flights.