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Belmont

Location
At Belmont Park ( COVID-19 safety concerns Spring/Summer will run June 3 through July 12 & Belmont Stakes June 20 without spectators)

Schedules

Mileage to Penn Station   
17 miles

Driving Directions    Map
Special LIRR train right to track. Future plans of a new MTA LIRR Elmont train station will be located between the Queens Village and Bellerose stations on the LIRR's Main Line, just east of the Cross Island Parkway. Electric shuttle buses which are already planned to run from parking lots within Belmont Park to the arena site - will also serve LIRR riders traveling to the grandstand and planned arena, hotel and retail village. The new Elmont station will provide direct service in the future to Belmont Park from both the east and west, as opposed to the LIRR spur, which can only provide westbound service.

Connecting Services
Provider Phone Number Routes
MTA New York City Transit511 Q2, Q112 Race Days Only
Accessibility   LIRR Elevator and Escalator Status
No elevator at station



Accessibility   Ramp
East end station platform

Ticket Machines
Belmont Package tickets are available at other LIRR ticket offices as well as from the gray, blue, and green Touch Screen ticket machines at stations
Just press the "Deals & Getaways" button on the first screen; then select "Belmont Park."
Payment can be made with cash, ATM/Debit or Credit Cards (blue machines don't accept cash).

Ticket Office Hours
For Belmont Park Fares, open link to: http://web.mta.info/lirr/getaways/belmontpark/index.htm
To avoid higher on-board fares and save time, customers should purchase round-trip tickets in advance at LIRR ticket windows, ticket machines, or on the MTA eTix app.

Waiting Room Hours
None

Additional Info
For Belmont Park Fares and other information, open link at: http://web.mta.info/lirr/getaways/belmontpark/index.htm
Save time and money by purchasing round-trip Belmont Park package tickets before boarding the train (CityTicket, Monthly, Weekly and Ten-Trip tickets are not valid to Belmont Park) at LIRR ticket windows, ticket machines, or on the MTA eTix app.
For additional information, racing fans can contact the LIRR's Travel Information Center by calling 511, say: Long Island Rail Road. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, use your preferred relay service provider for the free 711 relay to reach LIRR at 511. Customers can also consult the MTA website at www.mta.info/lirr. For information on races and admission to Belmont Park, 516-488-6000 or visit NYRA's website at www.nyra.com.
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