You can find on this page the map of New York City subway. NYC subway, tube or underground is a transit system serving the city of New York City (United States) with the urban, suburban & commuter train, the bus or the ferry. The subway network has 24 lines and 422 stations forming a rail network of 1,452 miles (2,337 km).

Mta subway map

New York City subways which transport 5.3 million passengers per day, exist since 1904 and are operated by the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority).

Its network includes the following 23 lines:

• Line 1: Van Cortlandt Park - 242nd Street ↔ South Ferry
• Line 2: Wakefield - 241st Street ↔ Flatbush Avenue - Brooklyn College
• Line 3: Harlem - 148th Street ↔ New Lots Avenue
• Line 4: Woodlawn ↔ Crown Heights - Utica Avenue
• Line 5: Nereid Avenue - 238th Street ou Eastchester - Dyre Avenue ↔ Flatbush Avenue - Brooklyn College
• Line 6: Pelham Bay Park ↔ Brooklyn Bridge - City Hall
• Line 7: Main Street - Flushing ↔ Times Square - 42nd Street
• Line A: Inwood - 207th Street ↔ Ozone Park – Lefferts Boulevard / Far Rockaway – Mott Avenue / Rockaway Park – Beach 116th Street
• Line B: Bedford Park Boulevard ↔ Brighton Beach
• Line C: 168th Street ↔ Euclid Avenue
• Line D: Norwood – 205th Street ↔ Coney Island - Stillwell Avenue
• Line E: Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer ↔ World Trade Center
• Line F: Jamaica - 179th Street ↔ Coney Island - Stillwell Avenue
• Line G: Court Square ↔ Church Avenue
• Line J: Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer ↔ Broad Street
• Line L: Canarsie – Rockaway Parkway ↔ Eighth Avenue
• Line M: Middle Village – Metropolitan Avenue ↔ Forest Hills – 71st Avenue
• Line N: Astoria – Ditmars Boulevard ↔ Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue
• Line Q: Astoria – Ditmars Boulevard ↔ Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue
• Line R: Forest Hills – 71st Avenue ↔ Bay Ridge - 95th Street
• Line S: Rockaway Park ↔ Broad Channel
• Line Z: Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer ↔ Broad Street
• Line SIR (Staten Island Railway): St George Ferry Terminal ↔ Tottenville