Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

International Double Reed Society Conference 2014


How to get here
Public transport

How to get here

Getting to New York City

Arrival to New York City can be by plane, train, bus, or car. An in depth list of transportation options to NYC can be found at the link below.
Transportation to NYC

How To Get to the NYU Campus

Registration will be in:

Pless Hall
82 Washington Square East
New York, NY 10003, USA

An interactive map of NYU Campus can be found at the link below.
NYU Campus Map

Public transport

The most common ways to get from airports and train/bus stations into Manhattan (NYU Campus) is through public transportation (subway and buses) or taxi services. 

Public transportation in New York City is provided by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The MTA provides online maps of the subway routes, a trip planner (includes fare prices) and the Weekender to keep you updated on planned service changes.

MTA Maps
*Wheelchair accessible stations are marked on the map

MTA Trip Planner

MTA Weekender

The MTA also provides accessibility for people who have ambulatory disabilities, are accompanied by a service animal, or use wheelchairs. MTA provides a guide to accessible subway stops, tips, and other services to make transportation easy.

MTA Guide to Accessible Transit

The closest Subway stops to NYU campus are:

West 4th Street/ Washington Square

  • Blue line- A,C,E
  • Orange line- B,D,F,M
  • Wheelchair Accessible

8th Street NYU

  • Yellow Line- N,R (Q does not stop here)
  • Not Wheel Chair Accessible

Christopher Street-Sheridan Square

  • Red Line- 1
  • Not Wheel Chair Accessible

Union Square-14 Street

  • Green Line- 4,5,6
  • Grey Line- L
  • Yellow Line- N,Q, R
  • Wheel Chair Accessible

Airports to New York

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Jamaica, Queens, NY 11430

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
Jackson Heights, Queens, NY 11371

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Newark, NJ 07114