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Moynihan Train Hall – A New, World-Class Transit Hub – Now Open

Starting Friday, January 1, 2021, Moynihan Train Hall will be open to the public, expanding Penn Station across 8th Avenue, between 31st and 33rd streets, into the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building.  The splendid new facility incorporates the timeless elements of the Farley Building, which was designed by the same architectural firm (McKim, Mead, and White) that designed the original, iconic Pennsylvania Station. Those fortunate enough to remember the original Penn Station will, no doubt, notice some striking similarities; but all customers, old and new, will marvel at the grandeur of the Train Hall’s huge, sunlit atrium and museum-caliber public art.  

Moynihan Train Hall will transform the travel experience for LIRR customers, offering direct access to Tracks 13-16, with access to Tracks 17-21 available via the adjacent West End Concourse. Additional amenities include a ticket office, customer service office, and ticket machines. Customers in need of mobility assistance will be able to access LIRR Care from Moynihan Train Hall as well.

Hours of Operation

  • Moynihan Train Hall: 5:00 AM – 12:00 AM, daily. 
  • LIRR Ticket Office, Moynihan Train Hall: 6:10 AM to 9:40 PM, daily
  • LIRR Customer Service Office, Moynihan Train Hall: 12:10 PM to 8 PM, weekdays
  • LIRR Ticket Machines, Moynihan Train Hall: 5 in total, including one AirTrain Ticket Machine: 24/7

To view a map and directory of the main concourse click here or visit moynihantrainhall.nyc. To view the press release on the opening of Moynihan Train Hall, click here.

   

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