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Getting To and From New York

Travel by Plane / Travel by Train / Travel by Car

Travel by Plane

For those traveling by air, the City is served by seven area airports. Of these, three are major hubs: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) are both in Queens, while Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is located in neighboring New Jersey. These three airports provide access to the City via taxis, buses, vans, subways, trains and private limo car services.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Jamaica, Queens, NY| kennedyairport.com | 718-244-4444

JFK is 15 miles from Midtown Manhattan. It handles the most international traffic of any airport in the United States—more than 406,000 flights and 50.4 million–plus passengers annually. About 7,600 weekly domestic arrivals/departures connect to JFK, and 80 airlines serve its six passenger terminals.

Getting to Manhattan from JFK:
• Taxi: the flat-rate fare is $52.80 (excluding tolls and gratuity); 50–60 minutes to/from Midtown. 212-NYC-TAXI.
• Subway: $7.75 ($5 for AirTrain JFK and $2.75 for subway); 60–75 minutes to Midtown Manhattan on the A subway line at the Howard Beach–JFK Airport station, or the E, J, Z subway lines and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) train at the Sutphin Blvd./Archer Ave. station.
• Train: $5 AirTrain JFK connects to LIRR Jamaica Station, $10 peak/$7.25 off-peak train to Penn Station (NOTE: $6 surcharge for tickets purchased on board train). On Saturday and Sunday, the fare to Penn Station is $4.25. The trip to Penn Station is 20 minutes (not including AirTrain ride).
• Public bus: $2.75 (with free transfer to subway line into Manhattan); 60–75 minutes to Midtown. The Q3 bus at JFK connects to the F subway line, the B5 connects to the 3 and 4 lines, and the Q10 bus connects to the E and F lines. • Private bus & van companies: from $16–20.
• Higher prices for private limo car services.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
Jackson Heights, Queens, NY| laguardiaairport.com | 718-533-3400

LaGuardia is on the northern shore of Queens and is the closest airport to Midtown Manhattan at about 8 miles away. It handles domestic US flights and shuttles, and Canadian and Caribbean air traffic, with 338,500-plus flights and 26.7 million passengers annually. Its four passenger terminals serve more than 6,955 weekly arrivals/departures.

Getting to Manhattan from LaGuardia:
• Taxi: Metered fare is approximately $30–50 (excluding tolls and gratuity); 30 minutes to/from Midtown. There is a $1 surcharge for trips taken 4–8pm on weekdays and a 50-cent surcharge charged for trips taken 8pm–6am daily. 212-NYC-TAXI. • Public bus: fare is $2.75 for the Select Bus Service M60 between LaGuardia and Manhattan’s Upper West Side (106th Street and Broadway), with stops at all major Manhattan subway lines (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, B, C, D); 45–60 minutes. The express Q70 bus goes to the 82nd St./Jackson Heights subway station (for the 7 subway line) and the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave. subway station (for 7, E, F, M or R lines); add 15–20 minutes for the subway ride.
• Private bus and van companies: $13–20.
• Higher prices for private limo car services.

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Newark, NJ | newarkairport.com | 888-EWR-INFO

Newark Liberty welcomes more than 414,700 flights and almost 35 million passengers annually. There are more than 29 international and domestic carriers, with more than 7,700 weekly domestic arrivals/departures. The airport is across the Hudson River from New York City, 16 miles and 45–60 minutes from Midtown Manhattan.

Getting to Manhattan from Newark Liberty:
• Taxi: Service to Midtown is permitted only via New Jersey–regulated taxis. Metered fares range $60–75 (excluding tolls and gratuity). During weekday rush hours (6–9am and 4–7pm) and on weekends noon–8pm, there is a $5 surcharge to anywhere in New York State, except Staten Island. Seniors (ages 62 and older) receive a 10% discount. New Jersey taxis add a $5.50 surcharge to all credit card transactions. Newark Taxi Commission, 973-733-8912; Elizabeth Taxi Commission, 908-820-4000, ext. 4178. NOTE: When traveling to Newark Liberty from Midtown, taxi service is via NYC’s regulated taxis. Metered fares range $69–75, plus a $5 surcharge (excluding tolls and gratuity). 212-NYC-TAXI.
• Train: AirTrain Newark is free between EWR terminals. Purchase a flat-rate $12.50 ticket for a connection on an NJ Transit or Amtrak train into New York’s Penn Station. Note: Retain your $12.50 receipt to show to conductors on each train connection.
• Private bus and van companies: $16–20.
• Higher prices for private limo car services.

Travel by Train
Penn Station, the Amtrak station in New York, is less than 2 miles from Midtown and the NAEA Convention hotels.

8th Avenue and West 31st Street
Pennsylvania Station
New York, NY 10001

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Travel by Car
New York City is easily accessible via an extensive network of bridges, tunnels, ferries, trains, and buses. Driving to the City is an option, but you certainly won’t need a car to get around. Overnight parking at the Convention hotels and neighboring areas is approximately $70/night. For GPS navigation devices, use the following addresses:

New York Hilton Midtown
130 West 54th St.
New York, NY 10019

Sheraton New York Times Square
811 7th Avenue 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019

Getting Around New York City
The best way to get around NYC is through a combination of walking and mass transit. NYC”s extensive system of subways and buses are inexpensive and operated 24/7.

Getting an MTA MetroCard is your first step to navigating the City by subway or bus. A MetroCard is required to enter the subway system, while exact change or a MetroCard can be used on buses. You can purchase a MetroCard at any subway station from multilingual machines (which accept cash, and credit and debit cards) or booth attendants.

Riders have three options for fare payment; a single ride ticket, a pay-per-ride MetroCard or an unlimited-ride MetroCard. A single-ride ticket costs $3, is sold only at vending machines and must be used within two hours of purchase. For MetroCards, there is a $1 fee to purchase so be sure to retain it (and check the expiration date on the back of the card—the MTA will issue a new MetroCard for no charge if your card has expired or is damaged). With a pay-per-ride MetroCard, the base fare for a subway or bus ride is $2.75. If a value over $5.50 is added to the card, an additional 11 percent bonus is added as well. Below are some samples with the bonus:

Buy a $ 9.91 MetroCard ($11 value) 4 rides
Buy a $19.82 MetroCard ($22 value) 8 rides
Buy a $39.64 MetroCard ($44 value) 16 rides

An unlimited MetroCard enables users to ride all subways and buses as often as they like and costs $31 for seven days or $116.50 for 30 days.

New York City Taxis and Uber
The famous yellow fleet of the NYC taxis can be seen throughout Midtown. To hail a taxi, stand at the curb and look for a yellow cab with an illuminated white number on top. Off-duty cabs display the illuminated words “Off Duty” on the same sign. Board and exit on the cab curbside.

Uber is also prevalent in NYC. If you are not familiar with Uber, you can download the mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Special-Service Needs
New York City is committed to ensuring accessibility for everyone with special needs, and has equipped all buses with lifts for those in wheelchairs and those who have difficulty climbing stairs. In addition, many subway stations include elevators, ramps, visual display signs, accessible public telephones, and tactile and audio features on vending machines. Subways also have automated voices indicating stops, and all buses and select subway stations are wheelchair accessible. Many street-hail taxicabs accommodate wheelchairs. To request a wheelchair-accessible taxi, call the accessible dispatch center at 646-599-9999; text a request to 646-400-0789; or download the free mobile app “WOW Taxi” at the Apple App Store. Passengers with disabilities are eligible for reduced fares on most mass-transit trips. For more information about NYC accessibility, call 212-NEW-YORK from outside the City or 311 while in town; contact the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities 212-788 2830, TTY: 212-504-4115.

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New York City Delegate Discount Pass 2017
The Delegate Discount Pass is your ultimate guide to exclusive savings throughout the City. Redeem this offer by showing a printed or mobile version of the NYC & Company Delegate Discount Pass in its entirety at participating member restaurants and attractions, unless provided with a promo code for advance reservations, purchase or registration. This pass is valid January 1–June 30, 2017.
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Mobile App
The 2017 NAEA National Convention mobile app will be released in early 2017.
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