It’s easy to get here from there – no matter where “there” is.
New Haven is:
• Located on Interstate 95, which links the city to the entire East Coast.
• Served by both Amtrak and the MTA Metro-North commuter rail lines, making New Haven easily accessible from Washington, D.C., to Boston.
• Accessible by air, linking New Haven to the world. Tweed Airport is located in New Haven, and is served by US Airways Express, which links to the airline’s system through Philadelphia. The city is also served by Bradley International Airport in Hartford, which is about an hour’s drive from New Haven. And New York’s LaGuardia and JFK Airports are less than two hours away, as is Providence’s Theodore Francis Green International Airport.
New Haven is a quick drive from all major East Coast cities:
• Boston: Less than 2.5 hours.
• New York City: About 1.5 hours.
• Philadelphia: About 3.25 hours.
• Providence: Less than 2 hours.
• Washington, DC: About 5.5 hours.
New Haven is served by two rail lines:
• Three Amtrak routes, the Acela Express, the Northeast Regional and the Vermonter, all serving New Haven’s Union Station.
• Frequent stops by the MTA’s Metro North New Haven Line trains, which stop at both Union Station and State Street Station in New Haven.