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New York City (NYC)
Passenger Airport Access - By Bus and Rail
Annual Totals 2003-2015

 
     
  Year JFK EWR LGA  
  New York
Airport
Service
(Motor Coach)
 Airtrain:
Jaimaca
Station
&
Howard
Beach
New Jersey Transit New York
Airport
Service
(Motor Coach)
 
  Olympia
Trail
(Motor Coach)
Express
#300 Bus
NJIT Rail Service and Air Train  
 
2015
420,781
7,130,410
226,835
283,085
2,545,232
284,969
 
 
2014
420,913
6,522,096
279,187
335,178
2,176,316
264,760
 
 
2013
386,657
6,002,835
262,554
305,218
2,386,467
269,360
 
 
2012
356,741
5,706,207
263,479
321,992
2,136,446
271,382
 
 
2011
272,274
5,573,116
275,853
349,016
2,055,623
232,843
 
 
2010
492,597
5,287,909
279,716
352,753
1,870,237
400,762
 
 
2009
491,429
5,236,404
275,913
361,321
1,863,718
332,947
 
 
2008
488,459
4,733,128
271,527
396,581
1,933,100
332,048
 
 
2007
498,755
4,393,258
225,972
394,490
1,793,796
383,394
 
 
2006
514,561
3,950,014
229,507
386,227
1,453,409
407,838
 
 
2005
570,468
3,411,762
374,322
272,357
1,445,035
425,547
 
 
2004
571,048
2,477,862
387,828
293,250
1,368,067
421,746
 
 
2003
532,165
82,293
314,272
300,784
1,178,822
386,948
 
     
 

Notes:
JFK AirTrain began operation in December, 2003. Hereafter, AirTrain and JFK Subway numbers will be combined into a continuous time series.

 
 
  New Jersey Transit Routes:
Express Bus #300: EWR - Manhattan and return. Handled by Olympia Trails as of 4/5/97.
 
     
 

Train:
AirTrain Newark is the train service that connects between Newark Liberty International Airport Train Station and the terminals at Newark Liberty Airport. By connecting with NJ TRANSIT® commuter and Amtrak® regional trains, AirTrain makes it possible for travelers to avoid traffic and ride the rails to and from the airport. It also serves as an on-airport service, taking travelers between the airline terminals, rental car facilities, hotel shuttles and central parking lots. Began operation in October, 2002. EWR - Penn Station and return. Includes Amtrak.

 
     
     
 

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Source:
The Port Authority of NY-NJ, Airport Traffic Report

 
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