Mets Open Workout at Citi Field Sunday April 5th
The MTA Long Island Rail Road will stop regularly scheduled trains at Mets-Willets Point station stop this Sunday, April 5 for ticket holders to the Mets special workout between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM.
The following Port Washington Branch trains will stop at Mets-Willets Point this Sunday:
Eastbound: Depart NY at 8:19 AM, 8:48 AM, 9:19 AM, 9:48 AM, 10:19 AM,
10:48 AM, 11:19 AM, 11:48 AM, 12:19 PM, 12:48 PM, 1:19 PM, 1:48 PM, 2:19 PM and 2:48 PM.
Westbound: Depart Port Washington at 8:10 AM, 8:39 AM, 9:10 AM, 9:39 AM,
10:10 AM, 10:39 AM, 11:10 AM, 11:39 AM, 12:10 PM, 12:39 PM, 1:10 PM,1:39 PM, 2:10 PM and 2:39 PM.
Train service to Mets-Willets Point is available on eastbound Port Washington Branch trains from Penn Station and westbound trains from Great Neck and Port Washington. The train ride is just 18 minutes from Penn Station to Mets-Willets Point. For those traveling on the LIRR from Long Island, the new ballpark is just six minutes from Woodside, 17 minutes from Great Neck and 27 minutes from Port Washington. From Long Island, customers may go directly to the stadium from Port Washington Branch stations. Customers from other branches should transfer at Woodside.
The LIRR’s Mets-Willets Point Station is not handicapped accessible. LIRR customers with mobility impairments who are traveling to see the Mets should travel to Woodside Station. At Woodside Station, which is ADA accessible, customers should transfer to a Flushing-bound #7 subway train to the Mets-Willets Point subway stop, and then use the ramp to reach Roosevelt Avenue, across from the ballpark.
To return to Woodside after the game, customers with mobility impairments should board the #7 subway and travel one stop east to its end point, the Flushing-Main Street Station. There, after a brief wait on the train, the subway will head west to Woodside. This is necessary due to the location of the ramp, which will only permit access to the eastbound platform.
Fans traveling from branches other than Port Washington can reach Mets-Willets Point by taking a regularly scheduled train to Woodside Station, then changing to an eastbound Port Washington Branch train. Since Mets-Willets Point is located in Zone 1, tickets to that zone from outlying stations are valid to Mets-Willets Point. However, passengers must retain their ticket stubs and inform ticket collectors of their intention to travel to Mets-Willets Point Stadium. Customers must hold onto their tickets, which will be collected at Mets-Willets Point after they disembark.Mets-Willets Point timetables are available at LIRR ticket offices and terminals. Fans can also contact the LIRR’s 24-hour Travel Information Center. The numbers are, in Suffolk County 631-231-LIRR, in Nassau County 516-822-LIRR or in New York City at 718-217-LIRR. The Travel Information Center’s TDD telephone number for the hearing impaired is 718-558-3022.
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