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Transportation

Public Transit

Helping New Yorkers maintain the lowest per-person carbon footprint of any big city in the country.

Transportation is the lifeblood of the City, enabling 8.8 million New Yorkers to commute, reside, and recreate across the five boroughs. Our vast transit system, coupled with our density, has enabled our sustained growth, advanced health equity, and allowed us to maintain a smaller per capita carbon footprint than any other big city in the United States.

The 23rd Street M23 Select Bus Service.

New Yorkers use the NYC East River Ferry to commute to work on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Torres/ Mayoral Photography Office.

Two people riding CitiBikes on NYC Street

Two people riding CitiBikes on NYC Street

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