Below you will find all New York subway and bus maps for , for each of the boroughs of New York. The maps are from the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority). The MTA is a company that is responsible for all public transportation in New York City.
New York Subway and Bus Maps
You can download the maps as PDFs by clicking on the buttons below. You can then save them and use them when you travel to New York. If you would like to navigate the Big Apple offline, I would recommend downloading my free app. Here you will be able to see all of the subway lines and stops in the city. I update the app regularly, so all information is up to date.
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Accessible Subway Stations
Not all New York subway stations have elevators or are wheelchair accessible. On the New York Subway Map you can find which subway stations are wheelchair accessible.
Accessible Subway Stations
LIRR New York and Metro-North
Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) in New York is a train network that connects Manhattan with Brooklyn, Queens and the entire Long Island. MNR stands for Metro-North Railroad and is a train network that connects New York City with upstate New York.
Long Island Rail Road - LIRR New York MapMetro-North Railroad Map
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Manhattan Bus Map
The NYC bus network which transports million passengers per year, exists since and is operated by MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority). Its network includes a fleet of 5, buses divided into local buses, express buses and rapid transit buses.
In New York City, bus service is provided every day, 24 hours a day, and there are more than 3, buses in the city. Buses are marked with a route number and an indication of where they depart and where they are going.
Buses in Manhattan bear the letter M before the number.
Buses generally run in one direction, in the direction of the avenues, i.e. either North to South or South to North. Northbound buses are located on 1st, 3th, Madison, 6th, 8th and 10th Avenues. Southbound buses are on 2nd, Lexington, 5th, 7th, Broadway and 9th Avenues. There are also buses that run west to east. Some streets served: 14th, 23rd, 34th, 42nd, 49th, 57nd, 65th 79th and 96th Streets.
Be careful, some buses are called "Express" and only stop every 10 blocks. Convenient to save time as long as you don't miss your stop.
16 Select Bus Service routes have been implemented throughout New York City, incorporating various elements of bus rapid transit to serve the different types of bus routes and streets.
- 34th Street Select Bus Service seeks to improve transit service, pedestrian safety and mobility and curb access on one of Manhattan’s most celebrated streets. Off-board fare payment along the route began in November while capital improvements began in
- Fordham Road-Pelham Parkway Select Bus Service began service in June in the Bronx and has since increased speeds by 20%, with 98% of riders stating that they were satisfied or very satisfied with the new service.
- First Avenue/Second Avenue Select Bus Service includes offset and curbside bus lanes, paired with pedestrian and bicycling improvements. This service launched in October and has resulted in increased ridership on the M15 by 9% and improved speed by 15 to 18%.
- Hylan Boulevard Select Bus Service launched in September and includes streamlined bus service, four miles of bus lanes, left-turn lanes, pedestrian refuge islands and new bus shelters, among other improvements.
- th-LaGuardia Airport Select Bus Service was an upgrade to the former M60 route to LaGuardia Airport via th Street and Astoria Boulevard. The route includes dedicated bus lanes, transit signal priority, off-board fare payment, limited stops, and low-floor, three-door articulated buses. M60 Select Bus Service connects to twelve subway lines (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, B, C, D, N, and W) and the Metro-North Railroad. Service launched on Memorial Day, May 25,
- Nostrand Avenue-Rogers Avenue Select Bus Service is a mile route along a key north-south corridor in Brooklyn, connecting densely-populated residential areas with multiple subway lines, bus routes, shopping areas, two colleges, and two major hospitals. Service on the route began on November 17,
- Webster Avenue Select Bus Service began service on June 30, on the Bx41 bus route in the Bronx, benefiting the 22, Bx41 passengers daily. Capital work on the route will include bus bulbs, landscaped medians, and pedestrian improvements. Work will begin in late/early
- 86th Street Select Bus Service began service on July 13, on the M86 crosstown bus route in Manhattan, benefiting the 24, M86 passengers daily. Capital work on the route will include bus bulbs and currently features neighborhood maps, MTA Bus Time displays and off-board fare payment to speed up bus rides on Manhattan’s busiest bus route per mile.
- The Bronx-Flushing-Jamaica Select Bus Service began service on November 29, on the Q44 bus route in the Bronx and Queens. This service will benefit the 42, daily riders of the Q44 corridor. Capital work on the route will include bus bulbs and pedestrian medians in
- Utica Avenue Select Bus Service began service on July 3, on the B46 bus route in in Brooklyn. This service benefits the 44, daily riders of the B46 corridor: the busiest bus route in Brooklyn.
- Woodside-Jackson Heights Airport Connector began service on September 25, on the Q70 bus route. This service is 40% faster than the bus routes that once connected Jackson Heights to LaGuardia Airport, saving riders about 10 minutes of travel time.
- 23rd Street Select Bus Service began service on November 6, on the M23 bus route in Manhattan, benefitting 15, daily riders. This important crosstown route connects to multiple subway and bus routes and neighborhood centers.
- 79th Street Select Bus Service began service on May 21, on the M79, serving 14, daily riders. This route connects residents, visitors, and students to the Upper Westside and Upper Eastside, and 16 other bus routes and 4 subway lines.
- South Bronx Select Bus Service began service on September 3, on the Bx6 bus route in the South Bronx and Upper Manhattan, benefitting the nearly 25, daily riders, offering faster service to major jobs centers, the 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, B, D, and C subway lines, two Metro-North lines, and 20 other bus routes.
- Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevard Select Bus Service began service on November 12, better connecting Queens with improved bus service for over 30, daily passengers and offering more reliable, faster bus service to major jobs centers, and connections to the 7, A, E, F, M, J, Z, R, and S trains, the LIRR, and 20 other bus routes.
- Southern Brooklyn Select Bus Service began service on October 1, on the B82 route in southern Brooklyn, benefiting 28, daily passengers with faster service to major job and neighborhood centers, the D, N, F, Q, B and L trains, B44 Nostrand Ave SBS, B46 Utica Ave SBS, and 19 other bus routes.
- 14th Street Select Bus Service with Transit & Truck Priority Pilot Project Coinciding with the launch of Select Bus Service for the M14A and M14D buses and Manhattan in Summer , NYCDOT will pilot a Transit & Truck Priority design on 14th Street between 3rd Avenue and 9th Avenue, and will also install standard bus lanes between 1st Avenue and 3rd Avenue. This project will improve bus service for more than 27, daily riders and will improve pedestrian safety.
List of bus routes in Manhattan
- Fifth Avenue Transportation Company (predecessor to Fifth Avenue Coach Company) began operating this route in
- Originally ran from Bleecker Street to 89th Street.
- Extended north to th Street on August 5,
- Assigned route number 1 around or
- After c. 's, one trip per day remained to maintain the franchise.
- This route was discontinued on March 1, after MaBSTOA took over Fifth Avenue Coach operations; today's M1 is of no relation to this route.
- Along with the current M1 (see History of the current Manhattan bus routes), replaced streetcars on the Fourth and Madison Avenues Line on February 1,
- Extended west via th Street and north via Lenox Avenue to th Street on July 17, , and then one block north to th Street on April 30,
- Southbound buses moved to Fifth Avenue on January 14, ; was a separate and distinct route from today's M2.
- This route was discontinued on March 2, , and replaced north of Lenox Avenue and th Street by the MA (today's M).
- New York City Omnibus Corporation buses route (M23 - 5) replaced New York Railways' Sixth Avenue Line streetcar on March 3,
- New York City Omnibus Corporation buses route (M22 - 6) replaced New York Railways' Broadway Line streetcar on March 6,
- The routes were combined as a one-way pair on November 10, , and kept the number 6.
- On March 22, , a branch of the M6 started running, starting at Eighth Avenue and 41st Street, and running along 41st Street and Sixth Avenue.
- The route through Midtown was shifted from Broadway to Seventh Avenue in due to the street's pedestrianization.
- The route was merged into M5 on June 27, due to a budget crisis. The Seventh Avenue section was discontinued.
- Avenue B and East Broadway Transit Company bus (M8) replaced Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery Railroad's Grand Street Line streetcar on July 30,
- Operations taken over by Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority in
- In October , the MTA Board approved plans to discontinue the route due to low ridership. The route's averaged fewer than daily riders, or an average of passengers per trip. The MTA expected ridership on the route to decrease further due to competition from dollar vans on the FDR Drive end of the route and because service on the route was very unreliable due to congestion at the route's western end from traffic going to the Holland Tunnel. This route suffered heavily from bunching, and because service was scheduled very infrequently, this was very irritating for riders. The route's cost recovery ratio was only 37%. 65% of passengers used the route westbound, while only 35% used it heading eastbound. On weekdays, service ran every 15 minutes during the a.m. rush hour, every 22 minutes during middays and the p.m. rush hour and every 44 minutes during evenings. On weekends, service ran every 25 minutes middays and every 50 minutes during other times. Service on the M14A was recently rerouted to run bidirectionally along Grand Street between Essex Street and the FDR Drive. To reduce the effect of the change, a free transfer was instituted between the M14 and the M15 at Essex Street and Allen Street.
- This route was scheduled to be discontinued in January , but the change took effect on June 26,
- New York City Department of Plant and Structures bus route (M2 – soon became NYCO's 12) replaced New York Railways' Spring and Delancey Streets Line streetcar on September 21,
- Operated by Green Bus Lines from to , then taken over by New York City Omnibus Corporation on June 22, 
- This route was discontinued on October 26,
- Operated from William Street via New Chambers Street, Pike Street, Pike Slip, and South Street to Market Slip and Catherine Street.
- Return route via South Street, James Slip and New Chamber Street to William Street.
- Operated c to May 13, and again from February 15, to April 1,
- Renumbered the M15S in the early s.
- This variant of the M14 was eliminated in , and was replaced by the M9.
- The route was renumbered M15 in , and then M26 in 
- The route ran from th Street and Broadway to Central Park North and Fifth Avenue at all times except overnight hours.
- Originally, this was the former Convent Avenue branch of the M3. Service on the branch was discontinued in for the reconstruction of.a water tunnel under the street. The buses were rerouted via St. Nicholas Avenue. During the six-year long project, the NYCTA attempted to eliminate bus service. The agency would have eliminated the bus shelters if not for the pleas from community leaders. The M18 was created in , restoring service to the Convent Avenue corridor. Due to a budget crisis, the route was slated to be discontinued in June , saving the Transit Authority $, annually. Instead of being completely discontinued, the route was truncated to Harlem on September 10, 
- The route was discontinued on June 27, due to another budget crisis.
- The route was renumbered the M28 on July 1, 
- The route was extended over the M23 (New York City Omnibus Corporation 5) in
- The route was renumbered into the M6 and M7 in 
- New York City Transit Authority began operating the route on October 11, as a variant of the M6.
- The route was renumbered as the M27 in
- A portion of the route became the M50 c.
- The route was discontinued on June 27, due to a budget crisis.
- Fifth Avenue Coach Company began operating this route in as Route 6.
- The route was renumbered as the M30 on July 4,
- It was formerly operated as weekday rush hour peak direction service.
- Service on the route was modified on September 10, Service was cut to running during weekday rush hours only.
- On June 27, , this route was discontinued due to a budget crisis. The route was consolidated into the M31 and M57 routes.
- The M58 was created on September 10, as part of the restructuring of crosstown bus service along 57th Street and 72nd Street. The route was created to provide direct service between 57th Street and York Avenue. The route initially ran between Eighth Avenue/57th Street and York Avenue/72nd Street.
- The M58 merged with the M31 in January 
- This route was formerly the Lenox Avenue branch of the M
- It was renumbered M on July 1, 
- Surface Transportation Corporation bus (M) replaced Third Avenue Railway's
Tenth Avenue Line (Manhattan surface) streetcar on November 17,
- The bus route was moved to Eleventh Avenue on November 6, when Tenth Avenue became a one-way street.
- One trip per day remained after April 15, to maintain the franchise.
- The route was discontinued on March 1, after MaBSTOA took over Surface operations.
- This Surface Transportation Corporation bus route began operating on June 24, to connect residents of Washington Heights with a shopping district.
- This was a crosstown shuttle bus route running along th Street and st Street between Haven Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue.
- This was Surface's first route in Manhattan, and the company's only route that did not replace Third Avenue Railway streetcar service.
- The route ran from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on a minute headway during rush hours and a minute headway during middays.
- Starting on June 7, only one franchise trip per day was operated along the route and the route was discontinued on May 30, 
- This route operated overnights only, when late night 3 train service was suspended from to , and again from to , and provided customers at th Street subway access to the train.
- This route operated when the Sixth Avenue tracks of the Manhattan Bridge were closed from to , and provided customers at Grand Street access to Brooklyn.
West th St and Overlook Terrace
West th St and Fort Washington Ave
- West th Street (northbound)
- West th Street (southbound)
- Fort Washington Avenue
- Temporary bus route implemented due to elevator renovations that resulted in the closure of st Street's Fort Washington Avenue/th Street entrance
- For people that use the elevators as a means of traversing the hills
- Was temporarily suspended due to the COVID pandemic, later discontinued following the st St elevators reopening
West rd Street and St. Nicholas Avenue
Bennett Ave and Broadway
- St. Nicholas Avenue
- West st Street
- Temporary bus route implemented due to elevator renovations that resulted in the closure of st Street's St. Nicholas Avenue entrance
- For people that use the elevators as a means of traversing the hills and usually take the train from the St. Nicholas Avenue entrance
- Select buses terminated and started at St. Nicholas Ave and st St.
- Service was temporarily suspended due to the COVID pandemic from May 9, to July 1st, , then from July 26, onwards, and later discontinued upon st Street's St. Nicholas Avenue entrance reopening
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