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New York City (NYC)
Travel

 
     
  New York City has many major modes of travel: airports, freight movements, passengers, air, rail, buses and commuter rail. The Metropolitan area's three major airports (John F. Kennedy, Newark Liberty and Laguardia) make up the largest airport system in the United States and first in the world in terms of total flight operations. Furthermore, the public transportation system is the busiest and largest in North America. This section includes tables on destinations and origins, travel related employment and bridges/tunnels.

 
     
 

Content:

 
             
   
I.
Airport Statistics  
V.
Cargo Transport    
   
A.
John F.Kennedy International Airport (JFK)  
A.
Annual Totals: 2003-13    
   
B.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)  
B.
Annual Totals: 2003-13 - By Intl. Market    
   
C.
LaGuardia Airport - (LGA)  
C.
Top 10 U.S. Trading Districts - By Air    
         
D.
Top 10 Air Trade Commodities - NY/NJ Region    
   
II.
Aircraft Movements          
   
A.
Domestic Commercial/Non-Commercial Flights  
VI.
Local    
   
B.
Intl. Commercial/Non-Commercial Flights  
A.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)    
   
C.
Aircraft Movements - By Market  
B.
MTA Information and Map Links    
         
C.
NYC Transit - Statistics    
         
D.
Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) - Statistics    
   
III.
Passenger Traffic  
E.
Metro-North Railroad - Statistics    
   
A.
Commercial Passenger Traffic - Domestic  
F.
MTA Bridges and Tunnels    
   
B.
Commercial Passenger Traffic - Intl.          
   
C.
Top 50 Airport Comparisons - Domestic          
   
D.
Top 50 Airport Comparisons - Intl.  
VII.
Port Authority    
         
A.
George Washington Bridge    
         
B.
Holland Tunnel    
   
IV.
Other Airport Activities  
C.
Lincoln Tunnel    
   
A.
Passenger Airport Access - By Bus/Rail  
D.
Staten Island Bridges    
   
B.
Airport Employment  
E.
Bus Facility Terminals
   
         
F.
Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH)    
         
G.
East Bound Vehicles    
                 
                 
     

 

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