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‘What public transport is available in America?’ [VIDEO]

Learn how to get around America (particularly New York City), including transport options like the bus or subway, including the benefits of each.

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Getting around a city or town in America is important to consider. You will want to find the option which not only gets you to where you need to be, but is also affordable – if you don’t do your research, public transport can be a strain on your finances.

Aidan from Sara’s Homestay talks about the different public transport options available to students in America in the video below, particularly in New York.

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Watch more clips from our Hangout with Sara’s Homestay:

‘How can international students integrate into American life?’

‘What is a residence hall?’

Where to see the real New York (by a New Yorker)

‘How much does it cost to live in America?’

‘How can I live on a budget in America?’

Meet an American homestay host [Interview]

 

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