What’s on the Map?
- Hudson-Bergen Light Rail – New Jersey: solid yellow lines.
- New York City Subway – New York: lines in multiple colors.
- New York Waterway Ferries – New York & New Jersey: light blue dotted lines.
- Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) – New York & New Jersey: bright blue lines.
- Staten Island Ferry – New York: light blue dotted line.
- Staten Island Railway New York (inset): solid, navy blue lines.
About the Map
The New York & New Jersey Subway Map is a comprehensive transit map for the largest US metro area. It depicts all transit options, similar to maps in other global, peer cities, like Berlin, London, Philadelphia, and Tokyo. It is based on the design of the official New York City Subway Map that influences the transit choices of over 2.4 billion annual riders.
In the News
- One man’s mission to put New York’s secret subway back on the map – CityMetric
- NJ Man Leads Fight To Feature PATH Trains Prominently On The NYC Subway Map – Gothamist
- Putting Hoboken on the Map—Should NYC Have to Publicly Acknowledge the Existence of NJ? – hMAG
- Giving the PATH its Due: Hoboken Commuter Embarks on Campaign to Change NYC Subway Maps – Hoboken Patch
- The NY-NJ Subway Map, featuring the PATH train and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line from r/nyc – Reddit
- You are here – Skylines, the CityMetric Podcast
- Should the NYC subway map include N.J.? This man thinks so, and he’s not alone – Star-Ledger-NJ.com
- Should the PATH be on the MTA’s subway map? – Transitism
- Review: Subway NY NJ by Stewart Mader – Transit Maps
- Endorsed by current and former mayors of Hoboken, NJ and Jersey City, NJ
About the Author
Stewart Mader brings new thinking and nearly two decades of experience in design, digital strategy, and communications to his work transforming transit. He established the PATH Riders Council, built a new model for constructive collaboration with the Port Authority of NY & NJ, and created the New York & New Jersey Subway Map used by tens of thousands of riders to seamlessly navigate the entire metro area. He advises agencies, officials, and policymakers based on his proven ability to lead complex projects and deliver results in demanding corporate and public-sector venues. He writes and speaks about transit, and he is building Transit Standards to make transit as easy as driving.
Updated April 19, 2021 by Stewart Mader