Exit Strategy NYC Subway Map
By JWeg Ventures LLC
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CONGRATULATIONS, you've found it -- the best NYC subway app! Exit Strategy NYC features the official MTA subway, bus, and street maps. PLUS comprehensive 'exit strategies' for each subway station that LITERALLY shave minutes off every trip. It's an unbeatable combination...and all cheaper than a roundtrip subway ride!
Exit Strategy NYC has been praised by NY Times, NY Post, NY Mag, Gizmodo, Wired and more. Try it and you'll quickly see why it's a MUST-HAVE for New Yorkers & savvy New York visitors.
No more unfolding those huge awkward paper maps and looking like a tourist (even if you are one!) And no more trying to read that map on the train that always has someone's head blocking it! Put the subway map in your pocket!
Know those amazing MTA neighborhood maps in each subway station? We've got 'em! We wove them together into a giant quilt-like STREET MAP! Just tap a station to see a detailed map of the surrounding area (works for all stops in Manhattan and selected outer borough neighborhoods). The map even has ADDRESS RANGES to help you figure out cross streets!
We've also included BUS MAPS for ALL FIVE boroughs to help you when the subway can't. No other app has these!
Additionally, our street maps show exactly where the ENTRANCES of each station are located at street level, getting you into and out of stations faster. Trying to figure out where an alternate entrance to the West 4th Street station is? Just check the map! We like to call it 'Enter Strategy'.
Lastly, the core feature that made Exit Strategy famous:
Ever gotten off the train and realized the staircase was at the FAR other end of the platform? As you make that looooong walk of shame, you're thinking 'If only I had known..I could have saved myself minutes!' Well, Exit Strategy NYC is that guide! You'll exactly where to stand on the train (ie '3rd car, 2nd door). Imagine pulling into each subway station DIRECTLY in front of the exit. Imagine being the FIRST person out every time! We even show you which side of the train the doors open on!
Detailed diagrams eliminate the guesswork and frustration from your ride, making your subway trip easier and faster. Version 2.0 covers ALL stations in NYC, so you can shave minutes off EVERY trip you take!
NO PHONE SERVICE or INTERNET CONNECTION required, so you can use it on the subway! This app will quickly take a spot on your phone's home screen (and a spot in your heart). You'll wonder how you ever lived without it!
Please visit www.ExitStrategyNYC.com
Summary of Features:
- Official MTA subway map (zoomable, scrollable and interactive!)
- Official MTA Bus Maps for all five boroughs
- Comprehensive MAP OF MANHATTAN showing address ranges and popular destinations created from the official MTA Neighborhood Maps. (Works offline when other map apps don't!)
- Exit Strategy diagrams help you plan where to stand ("Should I be at the front or back of train?"). Literally shaves minutes off every trip!
- Diagrams include locations of exits, transfer spots, and elevators, in most cases down to the optimal DOOR!
- Diagrams show the hours for exits that close.
-NO PHONE SERVICE OR INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED; use it on the subway!
(Neighborhood maps include Manhattan, Downtown Brooklyn, Park Slope, Williamsburg, Long Island City, and Jackson Heights)
(Want subway directions? The pre-installed Google 'Maps' app gives point-to-point transit subway and bus directions with schedule information too!!)
All subway, bus, and street maps are property of the MTA.
What's New in Version 2.6
WhoooOOOOO! Finally a way overdue Exit Strategy NYC update! Apologies for the delay, and thank you so much for being patient.
-Maps now work correctly on iPhone 6 plus
-Fixed the bug where the neighborhood map would jump to the wrong place
-All the latest subway and bus maps
-Lots of updated station diagrams (fixed 33rd street on the 6, and tons of others)
Also, if you're an iTrans NYC user (and you should be!) there's now an easy way to hop over to Exit Strategy NYC and back!
Big thank you to Adam Ernst from iTrans NYC for helping get all these updates done! You rock Adam!
Great app, minor flaw
This is probably one of my most used apps and I think the info on it is right about 98% of the time. The one problem I have is the size of the neighborhood maps. It seems the problem of jumping to the wrong spot on those was fixed, which helps, but my issue is with the fact that some of those maps are so huge to begin with. I remember reading something from the developers about the app a while ago, saying that some of the neighborhood maps were smaller because of lack of space. Reading that is infuriating when EVERY single station in Manhattan has a detailed map of the entire island, and then the farther out into the outer boroughs you get, the smaller the maps are, to the point where some stations barely have a five block radius. That seems like really poor space management. It's not like more extensive maps of those outer borough neighborhoods don't exist.
So much value, but...
I use this app constantly. So if you are thinking “is this worth it”, the answer is yes, yes it is.
The developer must have done a ton of work to collect all of the data needed to make this app work and having access to that data is just super useful. On the other hand, the app execution isn’t outstanding. I think tapping each station just loads a static image or pdf file which feels clunky and makes the app pretty large. And… it is fine. I learn what I need to know from the app. Sure, the design keeps me from unequivocally recommending this app to everyone friend I talk to, but if you are already reading the reviews here, you will probably be happy with the purchase.
Best Subway App
This is the best Subway App for New Yorkers. The content provided takes the subway riding experience to the next level. Those who want to cut down on the hot station walk in the summer or to save a few extra minutes this is for you. It also has all of the maps available for subway viewing ie no internet. This is one of the few apps written from a New Yorker perspective.