New Haven, CT
The closest airport is Tweed-New Haven Airport, located at a distance of 4 miles from the city center of New Haven, CT.
The public transportation service in New Haven is provided by CT Transit, which serves 19 different municipalities throughout Greater New Haven.
There is also the Yale University Shuttle, which provides free transportation around New Haven for Yale students, faculty, and staff, as well as the New Haven/Hartford Express, operated by a private company, which provides commuter bus service to Hartford.
The city is connected to New York City, through the Metro-North Railroad and Amtrak, which offer travelers commuter rail, regional rail and intercity rail service.
New Haven's main railroad station is the historic beaux-arts Union Station, and an additional station was opened in 2002, which provides Metro-North passengers easier access to and from Downtown.
Major Highways and Roads
The major highways and roads, which serve New Haven, include: Interstate 95, Oak Street Connector (Route 34), Wilbur Cross Parkway (Route 15), U.S. Route 1 and Route 34.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Tweed-New Haven Airport: Head northeast on Thompson Ave., toward Burgess St., and turn left at Main St. Continue onto Main Street Anx and take the ramp to I-95 S. Make a slight right at I-95 S and take exit 47 to merge onto CT-34 W, toward Downtown/New Haven. Turn right at Sherman Ave/Sherman Pkwy. and left at Goffe St. Take the 1st right onto Crescent St. SCSU will be on the right.