The Long Island metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Long Island metro. This metro map of Long Island will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Long Island in New York - USA. The Long Island metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Metro–North runs service between New York City and its northern suburbs in New York and Connecticut, including, in New York State, Port Jervis, Spring Valley, Poughkeepsie, and Wassaic; in Connecticut, New Canaan, Danbury, Waterbury, and New Haven as you can see in Metro map Long Island. Metro-North also provides local rail service within New York City with a reduced fare. The MTA also operates the New York City Transit Authority buses and subways and the Long Island Rail Road, and has jurisdiction, through Metro-North, over railroad lines on the western and eastern portions of the Hudson River in New York State. Service on the western side of the Hudson is operated by New Jersey Transit under contract with the MTA. 120 stations are operated by Metro-North.
Metro-North uses many abbreviations (MNCR, MNR, MN, etc.) there are two official reporting marks as its mentioned in Metro map Long Island: for non-revenue equipment, the mark registered and recognized on AEI scanner tags is 'MNCW', while revenue equipment is identified using 'MNCR.' Rolling stock used on the New Haven Line and its branches bears the ConnDOT seal and either the NH (New Haven) logo or the MTA logo and is identified using 'CNDX.' Most of the rolling stock on west-of-Hudson Metro-North lines consists of Metro-North owned and marked Comet V cars, although occasionally other NJT cars are used as the two railroads pool equipment. The trains are also usually handled by EMD GP40FH-2, GP40PH-2, F40PH-2CAT or Alstom PL42AC diesel locomotives, although any Metro-North or New Jersey Transit diesel can show up.
Tickets may be bought from a ticket office at stations, ticket vending machines (TVMs), online through the "WebTicket" program, or on the train. Monthly tickets may be bought through the MTA "Mail&Ride" program where monthly passes are delivered by. There is a discount for buying tickets online and through Mail&Ride as its shown in Metro map Long Island. A surcharge is added if a ticket is purchased on a train. Ticket types available include One-Way, Round-trip (two one-way tickets), 10-trip, Weekly (unlimited travel for one calendar week), Monthly (unlimited travel for one calendar month), and special student and disabled fare tickets. MetroCards are available on the reverse side of the weekly, monthly, and round-trip tickets.
The Long Island subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Long Island subway. This subway map of Long Island will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Long Island en New York - USA. The Long Island subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Three lines provide passenger service on the east side of the Hudson River to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan: the Hudson Line, Harlem Line and New Haven Line as you can see in Long Island subway map. The Beacon Line is owned by Metro-North but is not in service. The Hudson and Harlem Lines terminate in Poughkeepsie and Wassaic, New York, respectively. No other branches extend from these lines. The New Haven Line is operated through a partnership between Metro-North and the State of Connecticut. The Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) owns the tracks and stations within Connecticut, and finances and performs capital improvements. MTA owns the tracks and stations and handles capital improvements within New York State.
The New Haven Line has three branches providing connecting service in Connecticut as its mentioned in Long Island subway map: the New Canaan Branch, Danbury Branch and Waterbury Branch. At New Haven, the Shore Line East connecting service, run by Connecticut, continues east to New London. Amtrak operates intercity train service along the New Haven and Hudson Lines. The New Haven Line is part of Amtrak Northeast Corridor, and high-speed Acela Express trains run from New Rochelle to New Haven Union Station. At New Haven, the New Haven Line connects to the Amtrak New Haven – Springfield Line. Freight trains run on Metro-North. The Hudson Line connects with the Oak Point Link and is the main route for freight to and from the Bronx and Long Island. Freight railroads CSX, CP Rail, P & W, and Housatonic Railroad have trackage rights on sections of the system.
Metro-North provides service west of the Hudson River on trains from Hoboken Terminal, New Jersey, jointly run with New Jersey Transit under contract. There are two branches, the Port Jervis Line and the Pascack Valley Line as its mentioned in Long Island subway map. The Port Jervis Line is accessed from two New Jersey Transit lines, the Main Line and the Bergen County Line. The Port Jervis Line terminates in Port Jervis, New York, and the Pascack Valley line in Spring Valley, New York, in Orange and Rockland Counties respectively. Trackage on the Port Jervis Line north of the Suffern Yard is leased from the Norfolk Southern Railway by the MTA, but New Jersey Transit owns all the Pascack Valley Line, including in Rockland County, New York.