The Astoria route of NYC Ferry by Hornblower will connect the growing residential and business communities of Western Queens; Roosevelt Island, including the new Cornell Tech campus; and residents and job centers in Midtown and the Financial District.
Approximate Total Time 38min
3-10 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, NY 11102 View on Map
Bus: M103, Q102, Q18, and Q19 busses between 27 Avenue and 2nd Street
104 Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, Long Island City, NY 11101 View on Map
Q102 on E Main St.
F Train on W Rd.
Roosevelt Island Tramway between W Main St. and E Main St.
47th Road, Long Island City, NY 11101 View on Map
Q103 and Q102 Bus between 41 Avenue and Vernon Boulevard
F Train between 21st St. and 41st Ave.
East 35th Street at F.D.R. Drive, Manhattan, NY 10002 View on Map
M34 Bus between the Ferry Terminal and FDR Dr
M15 Bus between 1 Av & E 35 St
4 and 6 Train between 33rd St and Park Avenue
FDR Drive & E 35 St
Gouverneur Lane at South Street, F.D.R. Drive, Manhattan, NY 10005 View on Map
M-F: 5am – 8am, 11:30am – 9pm
Sat/Sun: 8am – 8pm
M15, QM7, QM8, X8, X14, and X15 lines available between Water and Wall Streets
Free Downtown Red Bus Connector shuttle available at Water and Wall Streets
1 train at South Ferry between Whitehall and South Streets
2 and 3 trains available between Pine and William Streets
J and Z train available between Broad Street and Exchange Place
Citibike stations available at the following locations:
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