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New York City is the transportation nexus for the entire northeastern USA, with five airports, several train stations, and America's busiest bus terminal.

 



 

 

Airports

New York City has three major airports:

John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

—LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

—Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

—and several useful smaller airports. More...

Train Stations

New York's two main train stations both serve trains that connect New York City with New England:

Grand Central Terminal, serving MetroNorth trains heading north up the Hudson River, and east into Connecticut. More...

Pennsylvania Station, the terminus for all Amtrak trains to New England (Providence RI, Boston MA), as well as Amtrak trains to all other US and Canadian destinations. Penn Station is also the place to board a Long Island Rail Road train to John F Kennedy Airport. More...

Intercity Bus

New York City's main bus terminal, with buses departing to all destinations in New England and indeed the entire USA and Canada, is the mammoth Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Major companies serving New England from the Port Authority Bus Terminal include Greyhound and Peter Pan. More...

Dozens of buses travel between New York City and Boston MA daily at low fares. Here's full information.

In fact, here's full info on travel between New York City and Boston by car, bus, train and plane, and how to choose the right mode for you.

—by Tom Brosnahan


Metro-North Railroad

Amtrak

New York City Hotels

What to See & Do in New York City

About New York City

New England Transportation

Tourist Information

 

 

Hansom cab in Central Park, New York City

The best way to see
New York City's Central Park.

 

 

   
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