Public Transportation to Citi Field

Mass Transit is the best way to get to Citi Field. NYCFC encourages all fans to come to the game by public transportation where possible.

Subway

Via 7 Train: Services Citi Field at the Mets/Willets Point Station and makes stops in Manhattan at Hudson Yards, Times Square, 5th Avenue and Grand Central Station.

Via E, F, G, or R or V Trains: Connections to the 7 train can be made at the 74th Street-Broadway / Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

Via N or W Trains: Transfer to the 7 train at Queensboro Plaza.

For travel information, please call MTA New York City Subway at 511. MTA Trip Planner | New York City Subway Map

Bus

From Queens: Citi Field is served by the Q48 bus. Many other bus lines connect with the 7 train, including the Q18, Q23, Q29, Q32, Q39, Q45, Q47, Q53, Q58, Q60, Q67, Q72, Q104, B24 and B61. For more information, please call 511 or visit Queens Borough Bus Map

From Long Island: Connections to the 7 train can be made at Flushing/Main Street via Long Island Bus lines N7, N20, N21. For more information, please call: MTA Long Island Bus 511.

From Port Authority: Connections to the 7 train can be made by taking the E train to the 74th Street-Broadway / Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

Bike

Citi Field is easily accessible by bicycle and provides safe bike parking locations around the ballpark. For more information on how to plan your route to Citi Field, click here.

NJ Transit

Take NJ Transit to Penn Station and transfer to either the E train on the MTA Subway, or take the LIRR to Woodside and then transfer to the 7 train. For NJ Transit schedules, please click here.

Metro North

Change for the 7 train line at Grand Central Station. Take the 7 train to Mets/Willets Point Station.  Complete Metro-North Map