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Randall's Island is located between Manhattan and Queens. Matches will be played at Fields 72, 74 and 75.
By Subway and Bus:
By Foot or Bike:
Pier 40 is located along the Hudson River in downtown Manhattan.
By Subway and Bus:
The easiest way to Pier 40 is by the #1 subway. The closest subway stop is the Houston Street station. After exiting the Houston Street Station head west down Houston Street and Pier 40 will be four blocks ahead just across West Street.
Subway access is also available via the #C and #E trains at the Spring Street station and the #A, #B, #C, #D, #E, #F, and #M trains at the West 4th. Street station.
The M8, M20 and M21 bus lines also stop near Pier 40.
Pier 40 is located at the corner of West Houston Street and Westside Highway, 2 blocks south of Christopher St. Parking is available at Pier 40.
By PATH Train:
Take the PATH Train to the Christopher Street Station. Walk West along Christopher Street to West Street (West Side Highway) Cross to the Pier and walk South 2 blocks to Pier 40.
Roosevelt Island is located between Manahattan and Queens. Games will be at Octagon Field.
Roosevelt Island and Octagon Field is accesible by subway. You can take the F train from Manhattan or Queens to the Roosevelt Island stop. Upon arriving to Roosevelt Island it is less than a 15 minute walk north on Main Street to Octagon Field.
You can also take the Roosevelt Island Red Bus Service which runs around the Island and only costs $0.25 however the bus does not accept Metrocards. From the Roosevelt Island subway stop take the Northbound train to the 40 River Road Stop.
Take the 59th Street Bridge (Upper Level) to 21st Street. Turn onto 21st Street in Queens to 36th Avenue. Make a left onto 36th Ave. Continue onto Roosevelt Island via the 36th avenue Bridge. Parking is available near the field. Alternately, you can take the Triborough Bridge to the first exit. Make a right on 31st Street (under the elevated subway) to 36th Avenue. Then make a right onto 36th Ave. Continue to Roosevelt Island via the 36th Avenue Bridge.
From Long Island:
Take the Grand Central Parkway (West) to the last exit before Triborough Bridge (Hoyt Ave.) Remain on Hoyt Ave. until 21st Street. At 21st Street, turn left and continue to 36th Ave. Make right turn at 36th Avenue. Proceed to Roosevelt Island via 36th Ave. Bridge.
From Brooklyn via BQE:
Take the BQE East to Exit 33 (Humboldt/McGuiness). At the end of ramp, bear left under the BQE to McGuiness Blvd., crossing the Pulaski Bridge into Queens. In Queens, McGuiness Blvd., becomes 11th street. Continue on 11th Street to 44th Drive. Make left at light onto 44th drive. Turn right at next light on Vernon Blvd. Follow Vernon Blvd. to 36th Avenue. Turn left on 36th Avenue to Roosevelt Island via the 36th Avenue Bridge.
From the Queensboro Plaza overpass, take stairway down north side to corner of Crescent and Bridge Plaza North. Take the Q102 Queens Surface bus to Roosevelt Island.
Roosevelt Island is also accesible via a scenic tram. The tram goes from midtown Manhattan to Roosevelt Island. You can board the tram at 59th street and 2nd Avenue and you exit at the tramway stop in Roosevelt Island. From the tramway stop, Ocatagon Field is a 15 minute walk or a short ride on the Red Bus Service. The tram takes between 4-5 minutes. The tram costs $2.25 and you can use your Metrocard.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park is located in Flushing, Queens. Games will be played at Fields 8 and 9.
By Subway and Train:
The easiest way to Flushing Meadows is by the #7 subway and the LIRR train. The #7 subway line stops at Willets Point/Shea Stadium, above Roosevelt Avenue in the northern part of the Park. The station is surrounded by Shea Stadium parking. Walk down pedestrian ramps to the main Park or Shea.
It’s just a short walk to the US Open’s East Gate entrance. Walk further south to the Unisphere and Queens Museum of Art (10 minutes).
The Long Island Railroad (LIRR) has a stop at Shea Stadium along its Port Washington line (right at #7 subway station). Check the LIRR site for schedules. The LIRR only stops at Flushing Meadows when the Mets are playing or the US Open is in session.
Grand Central Parkway:
Grand Central West (toward Triboro)—Exit 9P (Flushing Meadows Corona Park)— Turn left for tennis/Shea or right for the QMA and Unisphere parking. Else take exit 9E for Shea Stadium.
Grand Central East - Exit 9E (Northern Blvd-east)—Follow access road signs to Shea Stadium. Right on Stadium Rd. Follow road counter-clockwise around Shea Stadium and under Roosevelt Avenue to USTA and main park. (Not the easiest way to the park.)
Van Wyck Expressway:
Van Wyck South - Exit 11 (Jewel Ave)—Leads to an access road, from which an exit leads directly to Meadow Lake parking in the southern part of the park (and a popular BBQ spot).
Van Wyck North - Exit 12A (College Point Blvd/LIE)—A bit tricky but follow College Point Boulevard (north) and look for park entrance under expressway on left. Parking for Shea Stadium.
Van Wyck North—Exit 13W (Northern Blvd/Shea Stadium)—Leads readily to Shea Stadium and the marina. There is limited parking adjacent to marina.
Long Island Expressway (LIE):
LIE Exit 22 to Grand Central Parkway (west, Triboro Bridge)—Then exit almost immediately at 9E.
LIE Exit 22 to College Point Boulevard (tricky)—Head north on College Point and look for park entrance under expressway on left. Parking available for Shea Stadium.
More Side Streets:
Coming from Flushing and Kew Gardens Hills, the easiest way to reach the park is via Jewel Avenue. Get on Jewel headed West and take the entrance to the Grand Central toward the Triborough Bridge. Before you reach the highway, there is an entrance to Meadow Lake. (However, you cannot enter the main part of the park from this area.)
From Roosevelt Avenue you can follow signs to Shea Stadium parking. From College Point Boulevard at Avery Avenue, there’s an entrance to the park underneath the Van Wyck.
Take the Q48 to Roosevelt Avenue at Shea Stadium, and walk south into the Park. For the Queens Zoo and NY Hall of Science, take the Q23 or Q58 to Corona and 51st Avenues and 108th st, and walk east into the Park.
Though most reach the Park by vehicle, it’s easy enough to walk from 111th Street in Corona. There are pedestrian overpasses to the central area at 49th Avenue and 54th Avenue. There is an entrance to the southern Park on Jewel Avenue. Other pedestrian bridges to Willow Lake have been closed.
Macombs Dam Park is located in the Bronx, across the street from Yankee Stadium. Games will be played at the Joseph Yancy Track and Field.
By Subway and Train:
The nearest Subway stop to Macombs Dam Park is the Yankee Stadium subway stop is located on East 161st Street and River Avenue. The No. 4 train (East Side) and the B and D trains (West Side) make stops at 161st Street/Yankee Stadium. A trip from Midtown Manhattan takes approximately 25 minutes.
After exiting the subway station, walk east on E. 161st Street and Macombs Dam Park will be on the left, across the street from Yankee Stadium.
The MTA Metro-North Railroad's Yankees - E. 153rd Street Station, located on the Hudson Line, takes you out to Yankee Stadium and Macombs Dam Park without having to deal with the hassles of parking, tolls and traffic.
Getting to and from Yankee Stadium and Macombs Dam Park is a one-ticket ride from the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines. Upon exiting the 153rd Street Station, you can walk north on 153rd Street and Macombs Dam Park will be directly ahead or you can walk North on River Avenue and take a left on 161st Street. Macombs Dam Park will be on the left.
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Yankee Stadium is accessible from the Major Deegan Expressway (Interstate 87) at the following exits:
- Northbound I-87: Exit 3 (Grand Concourse and East 138th Street), Exit 4 (East 149th Street) and Exit 5 (East 161st Street)
- Southbound I-87: Exit 6 (East 153rd Street and River Avenue) and Exit 5 (East 161st Street)
- From East Side: Take the FDR Drive north to Exit 18 (Willis Avenue Bridge). Cross bridge and follow signs for Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
- From West Side: Take the Henry Hudson Parkway (Route 9A) north to Exit 14. Follow Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north) to Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
From Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east to Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly the Triboro Bridge). Cross bridge. Follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
From Staten Island:
- From Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) east to Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly the Triboro Bridge). Cross bridge. Follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
- From Goethals Bridge Follow the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) north to the George Washington Bridge. Continue with the New Jersey directions.
From Long Island:
From Throgs Neck or Whitestone Bridge:
- Option 1: Follow signs for I-95 south, which becomes the westbound Cross Bronx Expressway. Proceed to the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
- Option 2: Follow signs for the westbound Bruckner Expressway (I-278). From Bruckner, take the exit for Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
From the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly Triboro Bridge): Once over bridge, follow signs for the Bronx and the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north.
I-87 south becomes the Major Deegan Expressway.
From Bronx River Parkway or Hutchinson River Parkway: Take the Cross County Parkway west to I-87 south, which becomes the Major Deegan Expressway.
From New Jersey/George Washington Bridge
- Option 1: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north). Exit for the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) south.
- Option 2: Take eastbound Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95 north). Use Exit 2A (Jerome Avenue). Make right off exit and continue straight on Jerome Avenue to Yankee Stadium and Macombs Dam Park.
- Option 3: Take Exit 2 (Harlem River Drive). Once on Harlem River Drive south, take Exit 23 toward West 155th Street. At first light after exit, turn left onto West 155th St. Cross Macombs Dam Bridge. Yankee Stadium and Macombs Dam Park ahead.
Several New York City Transit bus lines provide service to Yankee Stadium and Macombs Dam Park. The Bx6 and Bx13 buses stop at 161st Street and River Avenue. Also, the Bx1 bus stops at 161st Street and the Grand Concourse - a short walk from Macombs Dam Park.