New York City
Travel Guide

New York City 

Getting In

By Car

 
 
Driving in New York City is challenging with the city’s congested traffic, confusing parking rules, and sometimes aggressive drivers. The city’s efficient public transport system of commuter trains and buses offer better options with significant advantages in saving time and money. There are also the yellow cabs and livery cars to get you around the city. If you decide to drive, get a good map, especially if driving in the city’s outer boroughs i.e. Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island
Traffic in Manhattan, New York City

Traffic in Manhattan by ILMRT

Driving from New Jersey into New York City (including crossing the bridges and tunnels) incur tolls up to $10 and accompanied by traffic delays.

  • Entry and exit points between New Jersey and Manhattan include the Lincoln Tunnel (Midtown Manhattan at 41st Street), Holland Tunnel (Downtown Manhattan at Canal Street), and the George Washington Bridge (Uptown Manhattan at 178th Street). All the access points are accessible from the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and from I-80.
  • Three bridges connect New Jersey with Staten Island including the Bayonne Bridge (Bayonne with northern Staten Island), Goethals Bridge (Elizabeth with mid-western Staten Island), and Outerbridge Crossing (Perth Amboy with Tottenville in Staten Island). 
Traffic across the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

Traffic across the Brooklyn Bridge by Ilan Costica

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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