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Check out these important resources to make your travel by car easy and trouble-free.
New York offers thousands of miles of dedicated roadway lanes, multi-use trails and designated highway routes for bicycling. Find out where these Bicycling Facilities are located, learn how to Ride Safely and opportunities to Take Your Bike on a Bus or Train.
Want to help improve air quality in the New York City metro area? Find out how you can make simple, everyday changes to your travel routine by joining the network of individuals, employers, employees andcommunity organizations who participate in Clean Air NY .
Get New York travel information on your cell phone
or other web-enabled mobile device by tapping one of these web sites.
From its majestic mountains, cities and lakes to our
pastoral farmlands and vineyards, New York has it all! Visit these
sites to plan your trips. Also link to New York City area
cruise ship terminals.
Get the latest information on emergency alerts from emergency management, law enforcement, and the National Weather Service.
Find out why New York ranks first in the Nation for its public transportation service. Use our Transit Trip Planner to get a detailed, door-to-door itinerary or select a service type from the list below and link to our interactive map to learn who provides service in the area you select.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is providing a real-time bus information pilot program.
Link to the largest transportation agencies in New York or the travel information services of neighboring states and provinces.
A selection of key information resources for commercial vehicle operators.
New York’s five sea and inland ports are vital to the economy of the Eastern United States. In 2007 the Port of New York and New Jersey set another record, handling over $166 billion in cargo. The 524-mile long NY State Canal System is a valuable commercial and recreational resource connecting the Hudson River with the Great Lakes, Finger Lakes, and Lake Champlain. Find out more!
Get key information about intermodal
facilities in the State.