New York City Transit Authority was created in 1953.
New York City Transit Police was created in 1933.
New York City transit services offers a subway system and buses. The subway is call "NYC Transit Subway" and the bus systems are "New York City Transit" and "MTA Bus".
There are a plethora of different types of transit that are available in New York City such as the subway system, taxis, public transit buses, and carpooling as well.
All public transportation in New York City -- buses and the subway -- is operated by the NYCTA (New York City Transit Authority), which is a part of the MTA (Metro Transit Authority), which is the state transit authority.
York Region Transit was created in 2001.
New York City Transit Police ended in 1995.
You can take the subway to JFK. You take the A train to the Howard Beach Station, or the E or the J-Z to Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Avenue, then get the shuttle, called the AirTrain, which drops you off inside the JFK terminals. LaGuardia is not accessible by subway, but there are MTA-NYCTA (Metro Transit Authority-New York City Transit Authority) buses that go there. NYCTA is the transit authority for New York City, and they are part of the MTA, which is the New York State transit authority. Newark Airport is in New Jersey, so it obviously wouldn't be accessible by MTA-NYCTA transit (neither the subway nor the buses).
New York City has double decker tourist buses.
There is no Manhattan rapid transit railroad as such. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) owns and runs the subways (municipal railway systems), commuter railroads and buses, among others, that serve the entire New York City metropolitan area, which includes Manhattan.
Yes there can be school buses in New York City.