Mets-Willets Point

Port Washington Branch - Fare Zone 1

Mets-Willets Point
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Flushing Meadow Park, south of Roosevelt Avenue.


Mileage to Penn Station   
6.7 miles

Driving Directions    Map
Special LIRR train right to stadium.

Connecting Services
Provider Phone Number Routes
MTA New York City Transit511 Q48  Subway 7
Accessibility   LIRR Elevator and Escalator Status
No elevator at station

Accessibility   Ramp
Mets-Willets Point Station is not ADA accessible.

Ticket Machines

Ticket Office Hours
Seasonal only US Open/Mets.
To avoid higher on-board fares and save time, customers should purchase round-trip tickets in advance at LIRR ticket windows, ticket machines when applicable, or purchase anytime by using the MTA eTix app.

Waiting Room Hours

Additional Info
The LIRR's Mets-Willets Point Station is not handicapped accessible. The subway Flushing Line Mets-Willets Point station is accessible via the Queens-bound local platform, with an ADA ramp connecting to the sidewalk on the south side of Roosevelt Ave. LIRR Customers with mobility impairments who are traveling to see the Mets should travel to Woodside Station. At Woodside Station, which has elevators, customers should transfer to a Flushing-bound #7 subway train to the Mets-Willets Point subway.
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 train will head west to Woodside. This is necessary due to the location of the ramp, which only permits access to the eastbound platform.
For additional information, call 511 and say LIRR.
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