If you’ve got a flight and you’re on the way home, you’ll probably need to take a few subway trips to catch the next train or subway bus.
But sometimes it’s easier to get a train and a bus from the city to your destination instead of taking an overnight bus.
Here’s how to get around.
What you’ll need to know before you get on a train or bus When you arrive at a train station, you’re usually greeted by a friendly driver who’ll tell you where you’re going and how to board.
They’ll also give you a number to call ahead of time, if you want.
Here are some things to remember before you board: Don’t ask the driver to show you your ticket.
They won’t tell you exactly where you’ll be taking the train or how long you’ll have to wait.
They’re not required to do so, but they might ask for a quick reminder of the route ahead if they don’t get it.
They might also ask you to stop and look around.
This isn’t an indication of the direction you’re taking, but it can help you decide how to move along before you enter the station.
You should also know that some subway stations are only open to trains, so you might not be able to board or walk through the station during rush hour.
If you’re traveling to a destination on a bus, it’s usually easier to find a bus that runs from the same stop, so that you can catch the same train or train-to-subway bus as quickly as possible.