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New York Penn Station and New York Grand Central Terminal are the most searched stations in New York by KAYAK users.
Amtrak is the only train company serving New York.
New Haven to New York - 1h 44m
Philadelphia to New York - 1h 02m
Wilmington to New York - 1h 48m
If you will be taking a train to New York, keep in mind that there are quite a few nearby cities that are perfect for day trips. Those that enjoy history may want to travel to either Boston or Philadelphia. If you want to learn more about the United States government, why not go to Washington, D.C.? Spend some time on the coast by paying a visit to Baltimore.
There are a few different ways to go from Penn Station to the city center, including driving, which will normally take you between 20 and 25min. You can also take public transportation, such as local bus lines M50 and M7, which will last you around 25 to 30min. A single bus ticket costs approximately $2.
Grand Central Station has many elevators and ramps that can be used by travelers that are unable to go up and down stairs. In addition to wheelchair accessibility, the station also has signs in Braille, as well as an Assisted Listening System in the main concourse.
Those that will be traveling with Amtrak to New York will often be on either a standard train or a high-speed train, and you will typically arrive at Penn Station. If you will be traveling locally, you can plan on traveling on a smaller regional train instead, and you will most likely arrive at Grand Central Station.