The tri-state area is made up of three states: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The metropolitan area of New York City serves as the centre of the region. Eastern Pennsylvania is sometimes included in the area instead of Connecticut.
The New York tri-state area encompasses the states where citizens can commute by automobile, train, or bus to one of the five boroughs of New York City or Long Island. It can also encompass places that are further away from New York City and can get broadcast television channels. Buffalo, New York, Newark, New Jersey, Hartford, Connecticut, Stamford, Connecticut, and Jersey City, New Jersey are the other main cities in the tri-state region.
The tri-state area of New York is one of the most frequently cited and is constantly addressed in radio and television ads. Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, as well as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, are other tri-state areas in the United States.