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With limited parking and periodic street closures, public transportation is still the easiest way to travel to the World Trade Center site. Whether traveling by subway, bus, ferry or even on foot, visitors will see something new every time they come.

Transportation Options

By subway

  • Map of the New York City Subway
  • A, C, J, M, Z, 2, 3, 4 or 5 - Fulton Street/Broadway-Nassau station
    Exit onto Fulton Street and walk west to Church Street.
  • E - World Trade Center station
    Exit onto Church Street.
  • R - Cortland Street station
    Exit near the intersection of Church and Cortlandt Streets and walk north on Church Street about three blocks.
  • 1 to Rector Street. Exit onto Greenwich Street and walk north to Liberty Street

By bus


  • Newark-World Trade Center or Hoboken-World Trade Center lines to the World Trade Center station

Other Transportation Information


WTC Transportation Hub Facts

  • 800,000 square feet - third largest Transportation Hub in NYC.
  • 350,000 square feet of first-class retail, larger than the shops at Columbus Circle.
  • Hub will serve 200,000 commuters
    a day.
  • Advanced signal systems, state-of-the-art fare-collection equipment and climate-controlled passenger platforms are among the
    Hub’s features.
  • Indoor pedestrian access to World Financial Center, PATH and
    NYC Subways.




WTC site layout

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