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Transportation in New York (public Transportation)

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:43 PM EST with 17 listings
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Transportation in New York (public Transportation)

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PATH)

The Port Authority manages airports, tunnels, bridges, ports, bus terminals, and trains serving the 5 NYC boroughs, the Bronx, Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland and Westchester Counties and 8 New Jersey counties of Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, and Union.
1 Madison Ave., West Village NY 10010 Tel 800-221-9903
Website: panynj.gov

Public Transportation Authorities (10 listings total)

LIRR Commuters Campaign

Represents the interests of regular commuters & other passengers of the Long Island Rail Road for the purpose of improving the LIRR. Check website for details & other useful features!
PO Box 35, Bayport, Long Isl&, Tel 631-472-8111
E-mail: lirrcc@lirrcommuters.org; Website: lirrcommuters.org

Long Island Rail Road Commuters Council

Check website for details.
Website: pcac.org

Metro-North Railroad Commuter Council (MNRCC)

See website for details.
Website: pcac.org

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Oversees public transit in New York City and the surrounding suburbs. Includes NYC Transit, LIRR, Long Island Bus, Metro-North Railroad, NYC bridges and tunnels.
347 Madison Ave., Midtown NY Main Office 212-878-7000
Website: mta.info

Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Long Island Rail Road

Comprised of nine branches serving Long Island from Penn Station to the eastern tip of Montauk.
Lost and Found 212-643-5228
Main Office: 718-558-7400; Nassau County: 516-822-5477
NYC: 718-217-5477; Police: 516-733-3900
Police: 718-558-3300; Suffolk County: 631-231-5477
TDD for Hearing Impaired: 718-558-3022; Website: mta.info

Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Metro-North Railroad

Oversees Grand Central Station and commuter routes running north and northeast of NYC. In conjunction with New Jersey routes go from Hoboken to Port Jervis or Spring Valley New York.
Information 212-532-4900
Main Office: 212-340-3000; Toll-Free: 800-638-7646
Website: mta.nyc.ny.us

Metropolitan Transportation Authority - NYC Transit

Oversees NYC subways, buses, and Staten Island Railway.
370 Jay, Brooklyn, Information 718-330-1234
Main Office: 718-330-3000; Website: mta.info

New Jersey Transit

Operates commuter rail services from NY Penn Station to Newark and operates the New Jesery segment of Metro-North routes to Port Jervis and Pasaock Valley lines. Bus routes run from port Authority Bus Terminal and GWB Bus Station.
1 Penn Plaza Est, Newark, NJ, Customer Services 973-491-9400
Information: 973-762-5100; Lost and Found: 212-630-7389
Lost and Found: 973-491-8792; Website: njtransit.state.nj.us

New York City transit Riders Council (NYCTRC)

See website for details.
Website: pcac.org

New York State Thruway Authority

Information 800-847-8929
Lost and Found: 518-436-3198; Website: thruway.state.ny.us

Public Transportation Websites (6 listings total)

HopStop.com

Online subway and bus directions for NYC.
Toll-Free 888-560-0984
E-mail: contact@hopstop.com; Website: hopstop.com

MTA Complaint Sevice Phone Numbers and Info

If you have a complaint about any MTA service, call one of the numbers provided by this website.
Website: pcac.org

MTA Travel Info

Map, schedule, and fare information for NYC transit and subways.
Website: pcac.org

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Website: e-zpassny.com