Jersey City is the second most populated city in the State of New Jersey after the city of Newark. It is comprised of several districts that are then broken down into several neighborhoods, each with its own character and feel. The city has the largest statewide public transportation system in the state called New Jersey Transit. This system consists of commuter rail services including Path Trains to Hoboken, Newark and NYC, the NJ Transit bus service as well as The Light Rail system that runs from Union City south through Jersey City and into Bayonne. Jersey City also has service to NYC via Ferries and privately owned water taxis. The Holland Tunnel opened in 1927 and services cars and bus service to Manhattan.