Transfers from New York Staten Island
The Staten Island (until 1975 was called Richmond and still belongs to the Richmond County) is a very specific borough of New York City. Located southwest from Manhattan, Staten Island is divided by straits from New Jersey and from the rest of New York. The density of population in the borough is not very high: 468,730 people in 153 km2. The most urbanized area of the borough is the North Shore.
The Staten Island is connected to New York City by Verrazano-Narrows Bridge via I-278 (Gowanus Expressway and then Brooklyn Queens Expressway). Travel time is about 45 minutes. One can also reach Manhattan by Staten Island Ferry; travel time is about 25 minutes. To New Jersey one can get via Outerbridge Crossing, Bayonne Bridge (both carry to NY-440, NJ-440) and Goethals Bridge (I-278 and New Jersey Turnpike).
The distance between Staten Island and John F. Kennedy International Airport is about 45 km, approximate travel time – 41 min. La Guardia Airport is a little bit closer – 41 km (travel time – about 40 min.). Newark Liberty International Airport is the nearest one – 20 km and about 25 min.
For the convenient transportation iWay Express Company offers you the transfer service from the Staten Island to any point in New York, including both the nearest airports (John F. Kennedy International Airport, La Guardia Airport) and to New Jersey and Newark Liberty International Airport as well.
In order to book (reserve) the transfer you can select drop off location from the list above.