New York City Subway/JFK Airport Airtrain
New York City Subway
The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system owned by the City of New York and released to the City Transit
Authority. It is one of the oldest and most extensive public transportation systems in the world. The number of lines
is 26, the number of stations is 468. Among the world's busiest metro systems, it is the only one to run 24 hours a day ,
365 days a year.
Interior of New York City subway train.
Train of the N line,Broadway Express
(L) A stairway of subway station was littered with scraps of waste paper, seen in early morning.
(M) A field mouse in a platform of downtown subway station.
(R) Passover lines in the center observed in New York City Subway lines.
(L) Police men may be in your train,but must always make precaution, especially in early morning or at night.
(R) Scribbling on railway facilities, often seen in American and European big cities.
New York City Subway Metro Card ( You have to insert to the machine in the designated manner.)
A line subway train for the JFK airport.
JFK International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport is a major international airport located in Queens, New York City, 20kms southeast
of Lower Manhattan. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway in the United States, handling 53,254,362
passengers in 2014. Over seventy airlines operate out of the airport, with non-stop or direct flights to destinations in all
six inhabited continents. The airport features 6 passenger terminals, 4 runways.
A line, Howard Beach Station, connecting JFK International Airport
A sign board showing the direction to Manhattan.
A ticket gate to Air Train.
JFK Airport Airline Directory.
Air Train station corridor to the terminal building.
(L)A plateform of Air Train. (R) Interior Air Train.
Terminal 1 of JFK International Airport.
(L) Air Train tracks (R) Signboard of Air Train at the JFK International Airport.
(L) JFK International Airport, Terminal 1.
(R) The only one sign plate of no smoking in the JFK International Airport. It was written as 'This is a smoke-free establishment.
NYC Smoke-free Air Act Local Law 2002.
Smoking restriction of the world airports
Travel by Train
All railway trains should be completely smoke -free.
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The article was written in November 2007, and revised in August 2009,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.
An information was added in December 2015.