transportation
With unsurpassed connections to commuter rail service, the subway system, the West Side Highway, the Lincoln Tunnel and ferries along the Hudson River, Hudson Yards will minimize commute times from surrounding neighborhoods when compared to midtown destinations.
NEW NO. 7 SUBWAY STATION

The No. 7 subway station at 34th Street and Hudson Boulevard is the first New York City subway station to open in the last 25 years. Situated directly adjacent to Fifty Five Hudson Yards, the station is built to connect 40,000 commuters an hour to Grand Central Station and all of the major subway lines it crosses en route.

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BLACK CAR AND TAXI SERVICE
The ground floor of Fifty Five Hudson Yards is designed to provide convenient access to black car and taxi service heading east along 34th Street and west along 33rd Street.
PENN STATION
The busiest rail hub in the country — Penn Station — is a short 2-block walk away.
PORT AUTHORITY BUS TERMINAL
Bus service to New Jersey, upstate New York and beyond is located just 8 blocks north of Hudson Yards, or one stop on the No. 7 Subway.
LINCOLN TUNNEL & WEST SIDE HIGHWAY
The site boasts direct access to the West Side Highway and Lincoln Tunnel, coupled with private streets and 1,800 parking spaces on site.
HUDSON RIVER FERRIES
New York’s fastest growing ferry service is available right nearby on the Hudson River—with direct connections to New Jersey, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.
HELIPORT
The West 30th Street Heliport is located on the Hudson River, just two blocks from 10 Hudson Yards.
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