Public Transportation to and from LaGuardia

A photo of buses outside of the terminal.

Public Transit Services

New York City buses provide service between LaGuardia and Manhattan and Queens with connections to New York City subways for destinations beyond. For specific details about the public transportation options that are available to and from LaGuardia, visit the MTA’s website.

Bus, Subway and Commuter Rail Connection Map

Bus Terminal Serviced at LGA Subway & Rail Connection


Terminals A, B, C and D

at Astoria Blvd - 31 St

at 125 St – Lexington Av

at 125 St – Park Av

at 125 St – Malcolm X Blvd (Lenox Av)

at 125 St – St Nicholas Av/ Frederick Douglass Blvd

Q70 Limited

Terminals B, C and D

at 74 St - Broadway

at Jackson Hts – Roosevelt Av


Terminal A

at Jackson Hts – Roosevelt Av


Terminals B, C and D

at 63 Dr – Rego Park


Terminals A, B, C and D

at Main St – Roosevelt Av

at Main St – 41 Av

Connecting LaGuardia and upper Manhattan, the M60 bus travels from all LaGuardia terminals via Astoria Blvd. in Queens to West 106 Street and Broadway in Manhattan. The M60 now provides Select Bus Service with limited stops and faster service. Customers pay before boarding the bus and can use any door. To learn more, visit the MTA’s website. Key connections include the N and Q subway trains at Hoyt Avenue/31st Street; the 4, 5, and 6 subway trains at Lexington Avenue; and the Metro-North Railroad at Park Avenue.

For service beween LaGuardia and western Queens or Midtown Manhattan, take the Q70 Limited or Q47 buses. Connections to the E, F, M, R and 7 trains on the New York City subway are available at Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street. For service to Astoria, Queens, use the M60 bus and transfer to the N or Q subway trains at Hoyt Avenue/31st Street.

For service between LaGuardia and central Queens, use the Q72 (Corona and Rego Park) and Q48 (Flushing) bus routes.

The bus fare is $2.75 (MetroCard or exact change required), except $3.00 whenever a single-ride ticket is purchased. MetroCard vending machines are available at most terminals within the airport. For passengers using the MetroCard, free transfers are available between buses and subways.

For information and schedules, please call 511 or (888) GO511NY or visit the MTA's website.

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