Transfers from New York Manhattan
Manhattan (the county of New York) is the original centre of New York City, the borough, which is often associated with New York in the public mind. With the population of 1,585,873 people and the total area of 59 km2, Manhattan is the borough with the highest density of population.
This is Manhattan where are located the Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange and other significant financial institutions. The borough is the epicentre of the world cultural, economic and financial life. So, this is obvious that Manhattan sets the main trends in the city’s economy and draws the workers from the rest of New York City and its suburbs.
The borough is located on several islands and Manhattan Island is the largest one. It is divided from the other New York boroughs and the mainland by Hudson, Harlem and East Rivers. Manhattan is connected by the Lincoln Tunnel with New Jersey and by the Queens Midtown Tunnel with Queens and Brooklyn. There are also the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges which connect the Lower Manhattan with Brooklyn.
The average distance from midtown Manhattan to Brooklyn is 21 km; to Queens – about 28 km, to Bronx – about 15 km. There is no direct road links between Manhattan and Staten Island except the Staten Island Ferry. If you still want to go there by car, you should use the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. The approximate distance is 37 km; travel time – 45 min.
On the Manhattans territory are located two major railway stations.
Grand Central Terminal Station serves the routes only in the New York State and the State Connecticut, though it the largest railway station by the number of platforms. Pennsylvania Station serves the intercity routes mostly, so here is the highest passenger traffic in the US.
Manhattan Cruise Terminal attracts a lot of tourists serving the intercontinental recreational cruises. If you arrive at one of the New York airports (John F. Kennedy International Airport, La Guardia Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport) to continue the journey on the cruise ship, the better way is to take a transfer. The nearest airport is LaGuardia Airport – about 16 km. The distance from Newark Liberty International Airport is about 25 km, from John F. Kennedy Airport – about 35 km.
For the convenient transportation iWay Express Company offers you the transfer service from the Manhattan to any point in New York and suburbs, including the major airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport, La Guardia Airport and to New Jersey and Newark Liberty International Airport as well.
In order to reserve (book) the transfer select drop off location from the list above.