You can find on this page the Long Island buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Long Island bus system map and the Long Island trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Long Island in New York - USA.
The MTA Long Island Bus system provides bus transportation throughout Nassau County and the western portions of Suffolk County. Suffolk Transit provides bus transportation throughout Suffolk County, except within the Town of Huntington, which is served by Huntington Area Rapid Transit as its shown in Long Island bus system map. The 179 fire agencies in Nassau and Suffolk combined have more fire trucks than New York City and Los Angeles County put together.

Long Island bus map

Map of Long Island buses

The Long Island bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Long Island bus system. This bus map of Long Island will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Long Island in New York - USA. The Long Island bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Regional Bus unit for its bus service servicing primarily Nassau County as you can see in Long Island bus map. It also serves parts of western Suffolk County as well as parts of Queens. Long Island Bus is the trading name of Metropolitan Suburban Bus Authority, a name which has not been used publicly since 1995, and which is now a unit of Regional Bus as noted above. The current fare is US$2.25 (US$1.10 for seniors and disabled customers). Students with ID receive a discount of 25¢ from the base fare. Dollar bills are not accepted on any Long Island Bus fixed-route buses. Transfers are available upon request with coins, and are included automatically with MetroCard. Transfers are valid on any other Long Island Bus, Suffolk Transit, City of Long Beach bus, or HART.

MTA Long Island Bus operates from three garages in Nassau County, New York as its shown in Long Island bus map as follows: The Rockville Centre Bus Depot is located on 50 Banks Avenue in Rockville Centre. This garage, originally the home of Bee Line, Inc., is only used on weekdays and houses the following routes: N1, N2, N3, N4, N8, N14, N15, N31, N32, N33, N36, and N62. The Mitchel Field Depot (marked Senator Norman J. Levy Transit Facility on older buses) is located on 700 Commercial Avenue in Garden City, and is the headquarters and central garage for Long Island Bus. The garage is named after the Mitchel Air Force Base that operated there from 1918 until 1961. The Stewart Avenue Depot is located on 947 Stewart Avenue in Garden City. All Able-Ride Nassau County shared-ride ADA paratransit service is dispatched from this garage

Long Island Bus runs fixed-route service on 60 routes, servicing the towns of Hempstead, North Hempstead, and the southern part of Oyster Bay, along with parts of the cities of Long Beach and Glen Cove as its shown in Long Island bus map. Routes are designated "N" for Nassau County (although this designation is not shown on N53 buses), with service provided daily (although not all routes operate 7 days a week), and 24-hour service provided on the N6 Hempstead Turnpike route. Except for the N53 line, which uses small van-based buses, Long Island Bus runs Orion CNG buses in regular route service. Older buses are of the Orion V model (as shown to the left) with an orange-and-blue stripe (the van-based buses for the N53 Merrick Shuttle and vans for Able-Ride paratransit also have this livery), with the most recent order of buses being of the Orion VII Next Generation model.