Getting to JFK From Northern New Jersey
From northern New Jersey, there are numerous options of getting to JFK, and they all involve making it over the bridges or tunnels into Manhattan first. NJ Transit buses and trains service the entire region, and most of them have the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City’s Midtown-West as a terminus. The PATH train serves many of the larger cities in the region, such as Hoboken, Jersey City, and Newark, and has termini near the World Trade Center downtown as well as near Penn Station. From these points, or from the PABT, follow the Manhattan › JFK instructions.
Getting to JFK From Southern New Jersey
Get to northern New Jersey or Manhattan by either NJ Transit bus or train, or by Amtrak, then follow either the NJ (north) › JFK instructions or the Manhattan › JFK instructions.
Getting to JFK From Connecticut
From CT, there are several options of getting to JFK, especially from the larger cities, like Hartford and New Haven. There are airport shuttle buses from many of these bigger cities, and this is often the fastest option, though traffic can play a considerable role in increasing the time. The Metro North train that feeds commuters daily into the city is another good option, but it is a long ride as well.
Getting to JFK From Westchester County (Yonkers, White Plains, etc.)
Get to the Bronx, then follow the Bronx › JFK instructions. If near a Metro North station, take Metro North all the way to one of the central stations near Midtown Manhattan, then follow the Manhattan › JFK instructions.
Visit these sites for more info:
- Long Island Railroad
- NYC Yellow Cabs (Taxis) / TLC (Taxi & Limousine Commision)
- JFK Airtrain
- NYC Subway Map
- MTA Trip Planner
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