Getting to Summer Streets

By Bike

Download the official NYC Cycling Map to plan your route, or get one for free at your local bike shop or by calling 311 (in New York City).

By Citi Bike

Citi Bike stations are located near the Summer Streets route, and are expected to be heavily used during Summer Streets. Use the Citi Bike online map or app to check station availability.

By Subway

The entire route is easily accessible by the 4, 5 and 6 subway lines.

By Rail

Take Metro-North to 125th Street and walk or bike downtown to join the route, or take Metro-North to Grand Central Station, located along the route.

Take LIRR to Atlantic Terminal in Downtown Brooklyn and walk or bike across the Brooklyn Bridge, or to Penn Station and walk or bike crosstown to join the route.

Take NJ Transit to Penn and walk or bike crosstown to join the route. Note that bicycles are not permitted on NJ Transit weekend trains to New York from 9 am to 12 pm.

Take the PATH to any station in New York and walk or bike crosstown to join the route. Bicycles are permitted on the PATH at all times on weekends.

By Ferry

Take the Staten Island Ferry to Whitehall Terminal and walk or bike north to Lafayette Street.

Take the East River Ferry to Wall Street-Pier 11 or 34th Street and walk or bike to join the route. Bicycle fees are waived during Summer Streets.

Take NY Waterway to Midtown-West 39th Street and walk or bike crosstown to join the route. Bicycle fees are waived during Summer Streets.

By Car

Parking in the streets and in local parking garages surrounding the Summer Streets route will be restricted due to street closures. All participants are encouraged to take mass transit, walk or bike to get to Summer Streets.