Transportation

Train

The town of Greenwich is served by four stops on the Metro North Commuter Train including stops in Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich.  Greenwich is served by an express train that takes approximately 42 minutes to New York City Grand Central Station.  Neighboring Stamford is also served by express trains.  Metro North New Haven Line Schedule and Fares.

Auto

The main East-West interstate thoroughfares through Greenwich include I-95 (exits 2-5) and the Merritt Parkway (exit 27-31).  Route 1, known locally as Putnam Ave, serves local traffic and businesses.  Download ParkMobile, a mobile app, to facilitate parking transaction.  Parking maps available for viewing and download:

Airports

Westchester County Airport (HPN) is along the north-western boarder of Greenwich, CT and is served by major airlines, including American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue and United.   Other service is provided by Cape Air, NetJets, Tradewind Aviation and others.

The closest Major International Airports include Laguardia Airport (LGA) (approximately 38 minutes), JFK International Airport (JFK) (approximately 48 minutes), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) (approximately 65 minutes).

Other Transit

Limousine services to airports, private limousines, chauffeuring services and Greenwich taxi services are available.  In addition, local bus transportation CT Transit makes stops at all major intersections in town, including Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich Library and Greenwich Train Station.  Norwalk Transit offers shuttle bus service from Greenwich MetroNorth train station to Central Greenwich and West Putnam business districts.

Transportation of Greenwich is a private not-for-profit organization specializing in transportation services for elderly disabled passengers.

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