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Seven bridges and two tunnels within the City of New York connect to the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens in the western end of Long Island. From there it is a short drive east to Long Island’s most notable attractions.
Car rentals are available at all three major airports that service the Long Island region. Those seeking a quick ride to an attraction from an area airport can call on one of Long Island’s many taxi or limousine services. Private buses can be chartered for groups looking to explore Long Island. Leave the car at home with ride share service providing quick and easy transportation across the region.
Long Island is served by an extensive network of mass transportation bus routes. The bus system serves most of the Island’s communities and stop at many railroad stations, shopping malls, airports, colleges and even beaches. Convenient service is provided throughout the region by Nassau County NICE Bus and the Suffolk County Transit. Service from Manhattan and Queens to the East End of Long Island is available on the Hampton Jitney .