You can find on this page the Brooklyn metro map to print and to download in PDF. The Brooklyn metro map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the metro of Brooklyn in New York - USA.
The first metro was called Interborough Rapid Transit, or IRT for short as on Brooklyn metro map. Later, we introduced BMT (“Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit”) and IND (“Independent”).

Metro map Brooklyn

Map of Brooklyn metro

The Brooklyn metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Brooklyn metro. This metro map of Brooklyn will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Brooklyn in New York - USA. The Brooklyn metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Fare for most riders on metro and local, limited, and Select Bus Service buses: $2.75. Pay with a MetroCard, or use contactless payment where OMNY readers are available as its mentioned in Metro map Brooklyn. MetroCards can be used with our regional transit partners: PATH, AirTrain JFK, NICE Bus (Nassau Inter-County Express), Westchester Bee-Line Buses, and the Roosevelt Island Tram. Up to three children under 44 inches tall ride for free when they are with a fare-paying adult. An unlimited ride MetroCard can save you money. These give you unlimited swipes for a certain length of time.

Brooklyn has experienced tremendous growth over the past two decades, mostly in areas already served by the metro. The next wave of growth is likely to occur in Crown Heights, Brownsville, East New York, Flatbush, Midwood, and the Flatlands, which will put tremendous stress on the existing subway system as its shown in Metro map Brooklyn. The T-REX Atlantic line would provide supplemental capacity for some of these neighborhoods, while others would benefit from the Triboro line. But even with these two services, several neighborhoods in southeastern Brooklyn would still be unserved. They are East Flatbush, Flatlands, Marine Park, Mill Basin, and Sheepshead Bay.

A new metro line should be built under Utica Avenue, from Eastern Parkway to Flatbush Avenue, extending the #4 by four miles as you can see in Metro map Brooklyn. The Utica Avenue subway would bring new rapid transit service to parts of Crown Heights, East Flatbush, Flatlands, Marine Park, and Mill Basin. It would also connect the rest of the city with Jamaica Bay—specifically, Floyd Bennett Field and Marine Park. Several of these neighborhoods are already served by express buses, but bus service is slow and only peak-period/peak-direction. The City of New York recently funded the MTA to study this line, and an assessment should be forthcoming.

Brooklyn subway map

Map of Brooklyn subway

The Brooklyn subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Brooklyn subway. This subway map of Brooklyn will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Brooklyn en New York - USA. The Brooklyn subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Subway trains operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week as its mentioned in Brooklyn subway map. For $2.75 (the cost of a single ride when using a pay-per-ride MetroCard), you can use the system citywide and transfer to other subway lines as many times as you need, as long as you do not exit through a turnstile. You can transfer from subway to local bus or vice versa within two hours of using your pay-per-ride MetroCard (all transfers are free with an Unlimited Ride MetroCard, but it cannot be used at the same subway station or on the same bus route for at least 18 minutes, nor can it be used on an express bus). 

Subway stations on the same line are generally about 8 to 10 blocks apart on local lines (the stops on express trains are usually farther apart). The subway does not travel to Staten Island. To get there, board the free Staten Island Ferry or take a bus. You can get a free Brooklyn subway map from booth attendants or at the Official NYC Information Center, or download one from our Maps & Guides section.

You can use the MTA Trip Planner for a customized route (but it is still a good idea to carry a subway map when you are out and about). The Trip Planner offers routes for MTA bus lines as well. Sometimes subway routes change or trains temporarily stop running—especially on weekends and late nights during weekdays—so be sure to check for up-to-date MTA service information at mta.info or by calling 511 or 718-330-1234 (see Brooklyn subway map).