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takethetrainlogo.jpg Introducing Metro-North's Game Day Service to Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station

MTA Metro-North Railroad's new Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station, located on the Hudson Line, takes you out to the ball game without having to deal with the hassles of parking, tolls, and traffic. (View our game day train schedules, including direct weekend/holiday game service, as well as select weeknight return service from all three lines.)

Yankeee Stadium

Getting to and from the game is a one-ticket ride from our Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven lines. Once there, it's under a 10-minute walk from the station to the stadium.

In addition, there's regular year-round service for Bronx residents and visitors. The station will serve as yet another access point between the Bronx and Hudson Line communities such as Yonkers, Tarrytown, Beacon, and Poughkeepsie.

The station features a reasonably priced, 2,411 space commuter parking facility at 153rd Street with easy access off the Major Deegan (I-87) at Exit 6, and it is only a short train ride into Grand Central Terminal.

FARE PAYMENT
Ticket collectors will be posted on the station mezzanine level. Customers must show a rail ticket to exit the station and proceed to the game, or to access the station platforms and board trains after the game. Please hold on to your ticket throughout your travel time to and from the game.

BUYING TICKETS
Always buy a ticket in advance to Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station whether you are using direct train service or connecting service from Harlem-125th Street or Grand Central Terminal.
Buy round-trip or one-way tickets before boarding the train:.

MONTHY TICKET CUSTOMERS
Harlem and New Haven lines: Monthly and weekly tickets to Harlem-125th Street and Grand Central Terminal are good for travel between Grand Central Terminal and Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station at no extra charge.

These tickets are also good for travel between the outlying station on your Harlem and New Haven ticket and Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station at no extra charge.

Port Jervis and Pascack Valley lines: Metro-North monthly and weekly tickets to Hoboken and Penn Station-NY are good for travel between Grand Central Terminal and Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station at no extra charge. These tickets may also be used for travel between an outlying Hudson Line station and Yankees-E. 153rd Street; however an additional charge may apply depending on the zone of your boarding station.

Yankeee Station

TO GAME
Direct Train Service via the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines is provided on weekends and holidays. Frequent Shuttle Service via Grand Central Terminal/Harlem-125th Street is also available for all games: weekdays, weekends, and holidays. For specific train times/connections view our game day train schedules.

For more information about GCT/Harlem-125th St. Direct Service view our game day train schedules.

You can always get to your destination during or after the game by taking frequent shuttle service to Harlem-125th Street or Grand Central Terminal and connecting with regularly scheduled service to outlying points.

FROM GAME
Frequent Shuttle Service via Grand Central Terminal/Harlem-125th Street is provided during or after all games connecting to regularly scheduled service to outlying points. In addition, Post-Game Direct Trains are provided for all games, except the 1:05 PM weekday games. Schedules for these Game Trains (marked in the timetable with Y or Z) will be subject to adjustment depending on when the game ends (see Post-Game Direct Trains section). Departure times will begin approximately 20 minutes after the final out, with the last direct train departing about 45 minutes after the final out. For details view our game day train schedules.

If Yankees games go into post season play (beyond September 30th), special train schedules will be developed.

Alcoholic Beverages: The MTA Police wants you to know that alcoholic beverages in open containers are not permitted in the Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station complex.

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