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Take the Train to the Game

New York is sports, and mass transit is the best way to see your teams and players in action. Beat traffic, tolls, parking headaches, and rising gas prices. Let the MTA take you to the games.
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New York Mets

Direct train service to the ballpark is available from Penn Station, Woodside, and all stations on the Port Washington Branch. The ride from Penn Station is just a quick 19 minutes and affords you the company of your fellow Mets fans. The ballpark is just 17 minutes from Great Neck and 27 minutes from Port Washington. For those traveling from Long Island on other branches, fans can reach Citi Field by changing at Woodside, just a five-minute ride from the stadium. Purchase LIRR tickets at ticket offices/machines to "Mets-Willets Point" station.

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New York Yankees

Take the Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station. From Penn Station, walk one block east to 34 St. Herald Sq. and take the B Line or D Line to 161 St. Yankee Stadium. Purchase LIRR tickets at ticket offices/machines to "Yankee Stadium". On the "Add Options" screen you may select to add MetroCard for subway travel.

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New York Knicks

The New York Knicks of the NBA take the court at Madison Square Garden October through April. Get there on the A LineC LineE Line or 1 Line2 Line3 Line to Penn Station-34 St or stop just a block away on the B LineD LineF LineM LineN LineQ LineR Line at 34 St-Herald Sq. Or take the Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station, directly under the Garden. Or take Metro-North Railroad to Grand Central Terminal; it's just 10 minutes by subway to the Garden.

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Brooklyn Nets

Get to Barclays Center by taking the 2 Line3 Line4 Line5 LineB LineD LineN LineQ Line or R Line to Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center station, right on the arena block, or take the C Line to Lafayette Ave or G Line to Fulton St, just three blocks away. Barclays Center can also be reached by taking the Long Island Rail Road to Atlantic Terminal, just across the street from the arena; just a 20 minute ride from Jamaica Station.

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New York Rangers

The National Hockey League is in full swing at the Garden. Get there on the A LineC LineE Line or 1 Line2 Line3 Line to Penn Station-34 St or stop just a block away on the B LineD LineF LineM LineN LineQ LineR Line at 34 St-Herald Sq. Or take the Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station, directly under the Garden. Or take Metro-North Railroad to Grand Central Terminal; it's just 10 minutes by subway to the Garden.

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New York Islanders

The National Hockey League is in full swing at Nassau Coliseum. Get a LIRR Special Travel Package to Nassau Coliseum on event dates only.

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New York Red Bulls

From NY Penn Station, take any NJ Transit train to Newark Penn Station or Newark Broad St station. Once there, look for the yellow/black signs for the free New York Red Bulls Trolley service.

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