Getting Around New York… In 2015

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    Once upon a time not too long ago, there were only a few ways to navigate around New York as a tourist: -- The subway (and bus system) -- Taxicabs -- Walking What's more, as recently as 11 years ago, your practical options getting to and from JFK Airport were really limited to taxis, since there was no possible way of getting to the terminals via train from the city. Since 2003, there's now AirTrain, which connects JFK with the Jamaica and Howard Beach subway/train stations in Queens. Though my past experiences in New York largely relied on the reliable subway/cab/walking paradigm, on this trip I ended up not only using AirTrain in conjunction with the subway to get from JFK to Manhattan, but also two much more recent game-changers for getting around the city: Uber and Citi Bike. The post Getting Around New York… In 2015 appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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