You can find on this page the Brooklyn transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Brooklyn transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Brooklyn in New York - USA.
There are a lot of tranport options when it comes to getting around Brooklyn: buses, trains, subway and taxi as you can see in Brooklyn transport map.

Brooklyn transports map

Map of Brooklyn public transports

The Brooklyn transport map shows all means of transportation in Brooklyn. This transports map of Brooklyn will allow you to move easily with public transport of Brooklyn in New York - USA. The Brooklyn transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Eighteen New York City Subway lines, including the Franklin Avenue Shuttle, traverse the borough and 92.8% of Brooklyn residents traveling to Manhattan use the subway. Major stations of the 170 in Brooklyn include, Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center, Broadway Junction, DeKalb Avenue, Jay Street – MetroTech, and Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue as its shown in Brooklyn transports map. The public bus network covers the entire borough. There is also daily express bus service into Manhattan. New York famous yellow cabs also provide transportation in Brooklyn, although they are less numerous in the borough. There are three commuter rail stations in Brooklyn: East New York station, Nostrand Avenue station, and Atlantic Terminal, the terminus of the Atlantic Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. The terminal is located near the Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center subway station, with ten connecting subway services.

If you can not walk to your destination, mass transit is the next-best way to get around. The City rail and bus system is run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and known as MTA New York City Transit as its mentioned in Brooklyn transports map. It is inexpensive, environmentally friendly and a great way to see sights throughout the five boroughs—and it operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The system is accessible to passengers with visual, hearing and mobility disabilities.

Purchasing a MetroCard is your first step to getting around on subways and buses; you must put a minimum value of $5.50 on the card, not including the card fee ($1), when initially buying it as you can see in Brooklyn transports map. You can do so at subway stations, from either automated machines (large machines accept cash, ATM bank cards and regular credit cards; the small machines do not accept cash) or booth attendants (cash only). If you already have a card, keep it and refill it to avoid paying a new card fee. When you use a pay-per-ride MetroCard, a single subway or local bus ride costs $2.75.