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  • See real-time photos of the traffic before leaving home. Cameras are mounted at four different Island locations:Outerbridge Crossing at Tyrellan Ave, Staten Island Expressway at Clove Rd., Staten Island Expressway at Richmond Ave. and West Shore Expressway at Victory Blvd. Provided by the New York City Department of Transportation.
  • Bus maps for all five boroughs of New York City
  • CommuterLink provides free transportation information and assistance to both businesses and commuters traveling in the New York City area.
  • Connects to the S89 bus line (Staten Island to Bayonne)and to PATH trains and New Jersey based ferry routes to Manhattan. The site includes information on fares, ticketing and park and ride options.
  • Local and Express Bus schedules for selected stops on Staten routes.
  • Locations, rates, parking permit information, and management contact information for the Island's municipal lots.
  • Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Special Report On the State of Transportation - 10/28/04. Concerning Staten Island's transportation system and its economic future. The key question this report discusses is whether this system is extensive enough, efficient enough, and effective enough to meet the needs of the Staten Island community, the Staten Island economy, and the New York City region as a whole.
  • Weekly milling and resurfacing schedule for New York City.
  • Information about bridges managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, including the Goethals Bridge, the Bayonne Bridge and theOuterbridge Crossing.
  • Includes schedule, parking information, public transportation connections and other useful information.
  • Information from the MTA about the railway that connects the St. George ferry terminal to Tottenville, including: station information, fares, transfers and wheelchair accessibility.
  • The S89 line connects Staten Island commuters to the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail at the 34th Street station in Bayonne. The light rail connects to Path trains and New Jersey based ferry routes to Manhattan.
  • Manhattan based non-profit advocacy organization for cyclists and pedestrians.