TO GET TO THE TRANSVISION
Yale University, New Haven CT, USA
have included directions to the university by car, from Connecticut
airports, and from the New Haven Train Station. You can find additional
extensive information concerning Yale and the City of New Haven through
University Visitor Information Center, the New
Haven Visitors & Convention Bureau and the City
of New Haven websites. Additional travel information is available
through the Yale
Travel Services website.
north and south: Take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street Exit). Stay in the
middle lane and continue straight through the traffic light onto
Trumbull Street. At the fourth light turn right on Prospect Street. The
department is about halfway down the block on the left.
north: Turn off turnpike at I-91 North Exit (Hartford, Springfield
Exit) and continue for a short distance on I-91 to Trumbull Street Exit
3. Follow I-91 directions above.
south: Take Exit 49, I-91 North (Hartford, Springfield). Follow I-91
15 (Wilbur Cross/Merritt Parkways):
north: Take Exit 61. Drive south on Whitney Avenue for approximately
five miles. At the intersection with Sachem Street, turn right onto
Sachem. At the first stoplight, turn left onto Prospect St. The second
building on your right is the department.
south: Take Exit 57. Drive east on Route 34 (Derby Avenue) for five
miles to the fork of Derby Avenue and George Street (three blocks past
the Yale Athletic Fields). Bear right on George Street. Continue on
George Street to York Street. Turn left on York Street and then the
third right on Elm Street. Continue on Elm for two blocks. Turn left
onto College St. at the second stoplight. Continue to drive straight
through two stoplights. After the second stoplight, the department is
about a block on the left.
(a subsidiary of New York's Metropolitan
Transportation Authority) features hourly commuter service to New
Haven from Grand Central Station in New York (see schedules
or call 800 638-7646).
features travel times of 141 minutes between New Haven and Boston and 89
minutes between New Haven and New York Penn Station (see schedules
or call 800-USA-RAIL). The train station is also served by several bus
lines, such as Greyhound
and Peter Pan.
train station is a twenty minute walk from campus and local taxi service
is available (fare is approximately $5). A free Yale
Shuttle service operates from 6pm to 7:30am for those with a Yale
New Haven Airport (4 miles from campus) has taxi, bus and car rental
Bradley International Airport (53 miles), LaGuardia
International Airport (72 miles), Kennedy
International Airport (80 miles) and Newark
International Airport (92 miles) feature shuttle service to and from
New Haven by companies such as Prime
Time Shuttle (800 RED-VANS), Connecticut
Limousine (800 320-7298) and Fitzgerald Airport Express (800
street metered parking is available around campus. After 4 p.m.,
visitors may park in the parking lot of Luce Hall (see Yale
Parking and Transit for more info).