Getting Here

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By Subway

The Union Square/14th Street subway station is the third largest transportation hub in New York City.  Eight subway lines converge at Union Square, the 4, 5, 6, L, N, R, and Q trains, serving over 35 million travelers annually.  Other subway lines are just two blocks west of Union Square Park.

MTA Subway Map

By Bus

Seven bus lines serve the neighborhood, the M1, M2, M3, M7, M9 and M14.

MTA Bus Map

By PATH Train

Take the PATH Train to 14th Street (at 6th Avenue); walk two blocks east to Union Square.

PATH Map 

By Bicycle

Union Square has over a dozen Citi Bike stations, and is home to the most popular docking stations in the system.

NYC Department of Transportation Bike Map

Citi Bike Map

For more details about your public transportation options, visit the links below:

Hop Stop (point to point directions)

Google Maps (driving, public transportation and biking directions)

The Union Square Partnership encourages everyone to take mass transit, but if you're planning to drive into the area, search "parking" in our directory for a list of nearby parking lots.