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Fly into JFK if LaGuardia isn’t an option. From JFK to Manhattan via taxi is about a 40-minute ride or longer (factoring in traffic). The fastest means of transportation is generally the subway.
Central Terminal Area, New York, 11430
LaGuardia offers easy access via a cab to Manhattan; it’s roughly a 20-minute cab ride without traffic (30 minutes with traffic).
New York, NY 11371
Newark International Airport is right across the Hudson River, but the fastest way to get from Newark to NYC is by train. If you opt for a cab, you’re looking at close to an hour in traffic. Either take the NJ Transit or the PATH train to the city.
3 Brewster Rd, Newark, NJ 07114
In a city like New York, you’ve got to have more than one way to get in and out. With easy access to Manhattan, New Jersey, Long Island and the 5 boroughs, Penn Station is the place to catch a train in and out of NYC.
34th Street between 7th & 8th Avenues, New York City, NY
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