Public Transportation


Via 7 Train:

Services Citi Field at the Mets/Willets Point Station and makes stops in Manhattan at Hudson Yards, Times Square, 5th Avenue, Grand Central Station, as well as throughout Queens. Limited stop express service operates to Citi Field on weeknights, as well as post-game from Citi Field.

Via E F M or R Trains:

Connections to the 7 train can be made at the 74th Street-Broadway / Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

Via N or W Trains:

Transfer to the 7 train at Queensboro Plaza.

Via G Train:

Crosstown service to/from Brooklyn, transfer to the 7 train at Court Square

For travel information, please call MTA New York City Subway at 511.


From Queens:

Citi Field is directly served by the Q48 with stops adjacent to the stadium on Roosevelt Avenue.

Many other bus lines connect with the 7-train line at various stations, including priority Select-Bus-Service routes: Q44 in Flushing and the Q53/70 both in Jackson Heights Numerous additional local MTA bus lines intersect the 7-train including the Q18-19-23-25-29-32-39-44-47-60-65-66-67-69-72-102-103-104 and the B24. For more information, visit

From Long Island:

NICE Bus Route 20G serves Downtown Flushing from Murray Hill, Bayside, Douglaston, and Great Neck. Customers can then walk or ride the 7-train one stop to Citi Field. For more information, visit

From NJ/CT/Upstate:

Long-distance bus passengers transiting through Port Authority Bus Terminal can transfer easily to the subway either by walking directly to a Queens-bound 7-train in the 42nd-Times Square station, or by taking a Queens-bound E-train at 42nd-Port Authority and taking it to 74th Broadway-Jackson Heights and transferring to the 7-train there.


Via Long Island Railroad (LIRR)

Direct LIRR service to Citi Field is available from Penn Station, Grand Central Madison, Woodside, and all stations on the Port Washington Branch. Those traveling from Long Island or southern Queens on other branches can reach Citi Field by changing trains at Woodside, just a five-minute ride from the ballpark. Fans from NYC. or New Jersey can board any Port Washington Branch train at Penn Station, which is just a quick 19 minutes away on the LIRR. Along the same line, Citi Field is reachable from the North Shore of Nassau County - just 17 minutes from Great Neck and 27 minutes from Port Washington.

Additionally, starting in 2023, NYC or Metro-North passengers can also take the new LIRR service from Grand Central Madison. All LIRR lines, including the Port Washington Line, will be served from this new terminus on the East Side of Manhattan.

LIRR Mets schedules:

Via Metro-North Railroad (MNR)

Change for the 7-train or LIRR at Grand Central Station and follow the above directions.

Via NJ Transit (NJT)

Take NJ Transit to Penn Station and transfer to LIRR. Citi Field is just two stops from Penn Station via the Port Washington LIRR line. Additionally, take any Jamaica-bound LIRR train and transfer to the 7-train at Woodside.

For more details on the above services, please visit or You can call New York City Transit, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North via 511 from any phone in New York State. Simply say (at any time) MTA or the service you are interested in: Subways and Buses, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 relay.


Citi Field is easily accessible by bicycle and provides safe bike parking locations around the ballpark. Dedicated bike lanes are available on Roosevelt and 34th Avenues. More information can be found at

Citi Bike, NYC’s bike sharing program, is not currently available in the immediate neighborhoods surrounding Citi Field, however, expansion to the area is planned in 2023. Stay tuned to this page and or consult Citi Bike and NYC DOT’s expansion plans at