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CitiField

CitiField is home to the New York Mets baseball team. Located in Flushing Meadows Park, the stadium can be reached via direct service on the subway or Long Island Rail Road, either of which can be easily accessed from the city and across the region.

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From Manhattan

By Subway

The 7 subway provides direct service to the CitiField at Mets-Willets Point station. Running along 42nd Street, the 7 subway connects to the:

By bus, you can reach Times Square-42 St on the M7, M20, M42, M104; 42 St-Bryant Park on the M5, M7, M42, and Grand Central on the M1, M2, M3, M4, M42, M101, M102, M103, Q32.

By Bus

You can also use the M20 bus route, running south on 7th Avenue and North on 8th, or the M34+ or M34A+ which run east and west on 34th Street, a block away.

By Commuter Rail Line

The Long Island Rail Road provides service to the CitiField Station. Trains operate out of Penn Station on Manhattan's West Side. All of Manhattan's West Side trains converge within a block of Penn Station:

From the East Side, take the 4 subway5 subway6 subway to Grand Central. At Grand Central take the 42nd St Shuttle to Times Square-42 St, then the 1 subway2 subway3 subway to Penn Station-34 St.

If you take Metro-North into Grand Central Terminal, you can take the 7 subway directly to the Mets-Willets Point station or you can use the LIRR from Penn Station by taking the 42nd St Shuttle to Times Square-42 St, then the 1 subway2 subway3 subway to Penn Station-34 St.

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from Manhattan
   By subway from Times Sq-42 St – 35 min
   By subway from Grand Central – 30 min
   By LIRR from Penn Station – 20 min

 

From the Bronx

By Subway

All seven subway lines from the Bronx connect to the 7 subway, which provides direct service to the Mets-Willets Point station. Use the 1 subway2 subway to Times Sq-42 St, the B subwayD subway to 42 St-Bryant Park (5 Av 7 subway station), or the 4 subway5 subway6 subway to Grand Central.

By Bus to Manhattan for Subway Service

You can also get to midtown via the BxM1, which goes to Lexington Avenue at 42nd Street for Grand Central, return service on 3rd Avenue, or the BxM3, BxM4, BxM6, BxM7, BxM10, BxM11, which go to 5th Avenue and 42nd Street where you can get the 7 subway at 42 St-Bryant Park. Return service on these bus lines operates along Madison Avenue.

By Commuter Rail

From the Bronx, you can take Metro-North to Grand Central Terminal and connect to the 7 subway line, which provides direct service to the Mets-Willets Point station.

The Long Island Rail Road provides service to the Mets-Willets Point Station. Trains operate out of Penn Station on Manhattan's West Side. From the Bronx, take the:

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from the Bronx
   By subway from Van Cortlandt Park-242 St – 70 min
   By subway from Norwood-205 St – 70 min
   By subway from Wakefield-241 St – 85 min
   By subway from Pelham Bay Park – 75 min
   By LIRR from Penn Station – 20 min

 

From Brooklyn

By Subway

Many of Brooklyn's subway lines connect to the 7 subway, which provides direct service to the Mets-Willets Point station. Use the A subwayC subwayN subwayQ subwayR subway2 subway3 subway to Times Sq-42 St, the F subwayB subwayD subwayM subway to 42 St-Bryant Park (5 Av 7 subway station), or the 4 subway5 subway to Grand Central.

The G subway connects to the 7 subway at Long Island City-Court Sq (45 Rd-Court House Sq station on the 7 subway).

If you start on the J subwayM subwayZ subway, transfer at Delancy St-Essex St for F subway service to 5 Av-Bryant Park for the 7 subway.

By Bus

Brooklyn express buses that operate on Madison Avenue to Grand Central are the X27, X28, X37, X38, BM2, and BM3. Return service is on 5th Avenue.

By Commuter Rail

Although the Long Island Rail Road operates service through Brooklyn, using the railroad to travel to Mets-Willets Point would require transferring at both Jamaica Station and Woodside Station. The trip is more efficient by using LIRR service from Penn Station to the Mets-Willets Point Station. Many subway lines from Brooklyn operate along Manhattan's West Side and converge within a block Penn Station, including:

You can also take the J subwayL subwayZ subway to Broadway Junction for transfer to the A subwayC subway, the J subwayZ subway to Fulton Street/Broadway-Nassau for transfer to the A subwayC subway1 subway2 subway, or the L subway to 8 Av for transfer to the A subwayC subway to Penn Station-34 St.

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from Brooklyn
   By subway from Court St - 50 min
   By subway from Coney Island, Stillwell - 85 min
   By subway from Bay Ridge, 95 St - 85 min
   By subway from Flatbush Av-Brooklyn College - 75 min
   By subway from New Lots Av - 80 min
   By subway from Bedford-Nostrad Av - 40 min
   By subway from Atlantic Av-Pacific St – 55 min
   By LIRR from Penn Station – 20 min

 

From Queens

By Subway

To reach CitiField, take the 7 subway to the Mets-Willets Point station. You can connect to the 7 subway from the:

You can also take the A subway to 42 St-Port Authority Bus Terminal and transfer to the 7 subway at Times Sq-42 St. or the J subwayM subwayZ subway to Delancy St-Essex St for F subway service to 5 Av-Bryant Park for the 7 subway.

By Bus

The Q48 bus goes directly to CitiField while the Q66 stops on Northern Boulevard, along the north side of Flushing Meadow Park, a fairly long walk from CitiField.

You can transfer to the Q48 from the:

By Commuter Rail

From northern Queens, you can use the Port Washington Branch of the LIRR directly to the Mets-Willets Point Station. From mid-Queens, you can take any LIRR train stopping at Woodside Station and transfer to a train to Mets-Willets Point Station.

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from Queens
   By subway from Jamaica-179 St – 35 min
   By LIRR from Jamaica Station – 40 min

 

From Staten Island

By Subway

To get to CitiField from Staten Island, take any St. George-bound bus or the Staten Island Railway to the Staten Island Ferry, then take the 4 subway from Bowling Green to Grand Central, the 1 subway from South Ferry, or the R subway from Whitehall Street to Times Square-42 St, where you can connect to the 7 subway, which provides direct service to the Mets-Willets Point station.

By Bus to Manhattan for Subway Service

By express bus from Staten Island, take the X10, X17, X17J to Madison Avenue at 41st Street for 7 subway service at Grand Central. The X1 runs along 6th Avenue for 7 subway service at 5 Av-Bryant Park, a block away. Return service for all three buses is along 5th Avenue.

By Commuter Rail

If you prefer the Long Island Rail Road, take the 1 subway from South Ferry to Penn Station-34 St for direct LIRR service to Mets-Willets Point Station. The X1 bus runs along 6th Avenue, a block away from Penn Station. Return service is along 5th Avenue.

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from Staten Island
   By subway from Bowling Green – 50 min
   By subway from South Ferry – 40 min
   By subway and LIRR from South Ferry – 40 min

 

From Long Island

The LIRR provides direct service to Mets-Willets Point from Woodside. Take any LIRR train to Woodside and transfer to a Port Washington Branch train for service to Mets-Willets Point Station.

Travel times to Mets-Willets Point from Long Island depends on your departure point. Check LIRR schedules. Travel time from Jamaica Station is 40 minutes.

 

From the Northern Suburbs

Metro-North's Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven lines bring you to Grand Central Terminal, where you can get the 7 subway to the Mets-Willets Point station. If you prefer to take the LIRR, take the 42nd Street Shuttle to Times Sq-42 St then the 1 subway2 subway3 subway to Penn Station-34 Street for an LIRR train to Mets-Willets Point Station.

Travel time to Mets-Willets Point from the northern suburbs depends on your point of departure. Check Metro-North Railroad schedules and add an additional 30 minutes to your total travel time from Grand Central to Mets-Willets Point.

 

From New Jersey

New Jersey Transit trains serve Penn Station-New York where you can get Long Island Rail Road service to Mets-Willets Point Station. If you prefer to take the subway, use the 1 subway2 subway3 subway to Times Sq-42 St and transfer to the 7 subway for service to Mets-Willets Point.

Travel time to Mets-Willets Point from New Jersey depends on your point of departure and waiting time between trains. Check the New Jersey Transit schedule and LIRR schedules. Add an additional 20 minutes to your total travel time if you use the LIRR or an additional 40 minutes if traveling by subway.

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