The NYC Subway System can be intimidating. It's crowded, fast paced, and the map can be hard to understand at first. Here is our guide to everything you need to know about the NYC Subway System to look and act like a local.

The NYC Subway System can be intimidating. It's crowded, fast paced, and the map can be hard to understand at first. Here is our guide to everything you need to know about the NYC Subway System to look and act like a local.

NYC SUBWAY MAP!!  This New NYC Subway Map May Be the Clearest One Yet

NYC SUBWAY MAP!! This New NYC Subway Map May Be the Clearest One Yet

NYC Subway - New York - ©www.image-gratuite.com

NYC Subway - New York - ©www.image-gratuite.com

Man, there are a LOT of bros in FiDi...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Man, there are a LOT of bros in FiDi... More

SUBWAY STATION | NEW YORK | USA: *New York City Subway*

SUBWAY STATION | NEW YORK | USA: *New York City Subway*

Times Square Subway- I stood in a pouring thunderstorm once before running into this quickly flooding train entrance in Times Square. Water off the streets was pouring down the side of the entrance like a waterfall. Once inside, I had to teach two NYC policemen how to purchase and use metro cards.

Times Square Subway- I stood in a pouring thunderstorm once before running into this quickly flooding train entrance in Times Square. Water off the streets was pouring down the side of the entrance like a waterfall. Once inside, I had to teach two NYC policemen how to purchase and use metro cards.

Look for slightly dirty areas on the edge of the subway platform Nope, it's not magic. That's the place where the doors of the train line up, so if you stand there, you'll be the first in (after people get off, of course) and most likely to get a seat. It also gives you more time to get the stroller and the rest of the kiddos in without rushing.

Look for slightly dirty areas on the edge of the subway platform Nope, it's not magic. That's the place where the doors of the train line up, so if you stand there, you'll be the first in (after people get off, of course) and most likely to get a seat. It also gives you more time to get the stroller and the rest of the kiddos in without rushing.

Bravo! I took this subway with no guide.. take me back to nyc

Bravo! I took this subway with no guide.. take me back to nyc

NYC Subways In The 1980s Were No Joke [47 Photos] | The Roosevelts

NYC Subways In The 1980s Were No Joke [47 Photos] | The Roosevelts

The original NYC subway token - when I was commuting from Queens to Manhattan, it was 35 cents each way.

The original NYC subway token - when I was commuting from Queens to Manhattan, it was 35 cents each way.

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