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Map of New York City (Manhattan) - street level showing 8th Avenue, 7th Avenue, 31st Street, 32nd Street, 33rd Street, 34th Street, Penn Plaza, Madison Square Garden, entrances to Penn Station, taxi stands, and direction to subway and PATH stations

Street Level

Main Entrances:

  • 34th St near 7th Ave
    (LIRR)
  • 7th Ave at 32nd St
    (LIRR & NJ Transit)
  • 7th Ave at 31st St
    (NJ Transit)
  • 8th Ave at
    31st and 33rd Streets
    (Amtrak)
  • Service Drive
    (former taxiway;
    closed to vehicles)

Nearby Trains:

  • NYC Subway - 34th St & 6th Ave (B/D/F/M/N/Q/R)
  • PATH - 33rd St & 6th Ave
 
Upper level diagram of Penn Station showing Amtrak and New Jersey Transit with Main Concourse, stairs, elevators, waiting areas, restaurants and stores

Upper Level

Train Service:

 
Lower level diagram of Penn Station showing Long Island Railroad and New York City Subway with Connecting Concourse, Central Concourse, West End Concourse, Hilton Corridor, Exit Concourse, stairs, elevators, waiting areas, restaurants and stores

Lower Level

Train Service:

 
Track and platform diagram of New York Penn Station

Tracks &
Platforms

Accessibility

Elevators between the street and the station are located at the main entrances on 7th Avenue, on 34th Street, and on the Service Drive (closed to vehicles).

Elevators to tracks 1-12 are located at the Exit Concourse and the NJ Transit Concourse.

Elevators to tracks 13-21 are located at the Central Concourse.

Taxis

Taxi stands are located at 7th Avenue & 32nd Street, and 8th Avenue & 33rd Street.

The taxiway between 31st and 33rd Streets has been closed to vehicles since September 11, 2001.

Red Cap Service

For Amtrak passengers who require assistance with luggage, Red Caps are available at the main Amtrak entrances on 8th Avenue and on the Service Drive, and at the Amtrak waiting area inside the station. Red Caps are generally not available at the 7th Avenue entrances.

Red Cap service is free but tipping is customary.

Luggage Storage

Amtrak offers luggage storage for ticketed passengers, at a cost of $4.50 per 24-hours (may be subject to change, contact Amtrak to confirm availability).

Bicycles

Bike share stations are located nearby - visit citibikenyc.com for locations, availability, and pricing.

Bicycle storage is not available in the station.

Parking

Penn Station is best reached by mass transit, but if you must drive there are several nearby parking facilities. Visit Icon Parking Systems and Central Parking for locations and rates.

Directory

Food & Drink

344. Au Bon Pain
202. Auntie Anne's Pretzels
270. Auntie Anne's Pretzels
351. Auntie Anne's Pretzels
331. Caruso's Pizza
315. Carvel
326. Central Market
320. Charley's Grilled Subs
263. Chickpea
363. Chickpea
315. Cinnabon
235. Chop 'N Toss
241. Coco Moka Cafe
329. Colombo Yogurt
261. Delicatessen
356. Don Pepi Express
217. Don Pepi Pizza
214. Dunkin Donuts
230. Dunkin Donuts
265. Dunkin Donuts
316. Europan Café
211. Haagen-Dazs
332. Haagen-Dazs
343. Hot & Crusty
346. Jamba Juice
216. Kabooz
211. KFC
332. KFC
335. Knot Just Pretzels
218. Krispy Kreme
322. Le Bon Café
337. McDonalds
213. Moe's Southwest Grill
312. Moe's Southwest Grill
211. Nathan's
329. Nathan's
260. Penn Sushi
211. Pizza Hut
329. Pizza Hut
213. Planet Smoothie
328. Planet Smoothie
224. Primo Cappuccino
262. Primo Cappuccino
321. Rose Pizza
332. Rose Pizza
213. Soup Stop
313. Starbucks
327. Starbucks
311. Subway
354. Superior Wrap Co.
211. Taco Bell
329. Taco Bell
288. Tasti D-Lite
210. TGI Friday's
330. TGI Friday's
211. Tim Hortons
329. Tim Hortons
336. Tracks Raw Bar & Grill
213. Zaro's Bread Basket
236. Zaro's Bread Basket
 

Shopping & Services

345. Carlton Cards
223. Drago Shoe Shine
231. Duane Reade
339. Duane Reade
250. Elegance
253. GNC
314. GNC
212. Hudson Booksellers
215. Hudson News
230. Hudson News
264. Hudson News
271. Hudson News
338. Hudson News
340. Hudson News
341. Hudson News
342. Hudson News
352. Hudson News
355. Hudson News
362. Hudson News
370. Hudson News
323. Kmart
251. New York New York
350. Petal Pusher
325. Penn Books
360. Penn Books
361. Penn Wine & Spirits
240. Perfumania
353. Shoe Repair
324. Soleman
221. Tiecoon
252. Tourist Information
222. Verizon Wireless
 

Banking / ATM

347. Bank of America
220. Chase Bank
310. HSBC
201. Wells Fargo

How to get from Penn Station to...

Barclays Center

Take a downtown / Brooklyn-bound 2 or 3 train to Atlantic Avenue - Barclays Center.

Grand Central Terminal / Metro-North Railroad

Take an uptown 1/2/3 or A/C/E train to 42nd Street, and transfer to the S (Shuttle) to Grand Central.

JFK International Airport

Both LIRR and NYC Subway provide connecting service to the JFK Airtrain; LIRR is faster but more expensive.
 
Via LIRR: Visit the ticket counter or a vending machine in the LIRR concourse to purchase tickets to Jamaica Station. Check the LIRR departures board to find a train stopping at Jamaica (most do). Speak with a ticket agent or conductor if you have any questions or concerns, and hold on to your LIRR ticket - you will need it to tranfer to the Airtrain.
 
Via Subway: Take an uptown E train to the Sutphin Boulevard station in Queens (which is located underground below Jamaica Station). Exit the subway station and follow signs for the Airtrain located upstairs (note: your subway fare does not include the cost of the Airtrain; you will be required to purchase an Airtrain ticket at the Airtrain boarding area).

LaGuardia Airport

There is no direct train service to LaGuardia Airport, but taxis and shuttle buses are available. Travelers can also take an uptown E train to the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue (or LIRR to Woodside) and transfer to the Q70 bus to LaGuardia terminals B, C & D.

Madison Square Garden

Walk upstairs.

Meadowlands Sports Complex / MetLife Stadium / IZOD Center

NJ Transit offers rail service to MetLife Stadium for Jets and Giants games and other major events, and bus service to the IZOD Center for concerts and events.
 
Visit the ticket counter or a vending machine in the NJ Transit concourse to purchase tickets to the Meadowlands station. Take NJ Transit from Penn Station to Secaucus Junction, then transfer to a Meadowlands-bound train (or an IZOD-bound bus).

Newark Liberty International Airport

Both Amtrak and NJ Transit provide connecting service to the Newark Airport Airtrain; NJ Transit is less expensive and offers more frequent service.
 
Visit the ticket counter or a vending machine in the NJ Transit concourse to purchase tickets to Newark Airport Rail Station (note: this is not the same station as Newark Penn Station). After purchasing your tickets locate a NJ Transit departures board - any train with an "airplane" symbol will stop at the Newark Airport station. Speak with the conductor when you are boarding if you have any questions or concerns, and hold on to your NJ Transit ticket - you will need it to transfer to the Airtrain.

Port Authority Bus Terminal

Take an uptown A, C, or E train to 42nd Street.

Questions, comments, or corrections?

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Feedback

CW, 2014:

As urban planners passing through we were shocked that there was no central guide. Thank goodness for you and the internet.

CE, 2014:

I am taking a train from Albany to Manhattan tomorrow, and Googled for a map of Penn Station's layout and food offerings. I thought I'd find such a product on Amtrak's website. I was wrong. Thank you for taking the time to design and post your unofficial guide!

KW, 2013:

Thank you for Penn Station map. Meeting a date, and it's my first time there. Your PDF was the best resource on the internet!

SF, 2012:

I can't thank you enough for posting this map on the internet. My daughter got completely lost on her Amtak trip from Richmond, VA to Albany, NY and we want to avoid the same disaster for her return trip. Amtrak has NOTHING and other maps were not at all helpful for someone who is unaccustomed to travel in this station. Your map made sense and we can be prepared and know what to expect without being overwhelmed. Thank you!

JB, 2012:

Your site has the only useful map of Penn Station I've found anywhere.

DB, 2012:

Thanks for the great Penn Station map you've made and put online. My 70 year old mom is coming by train to the city to visit and was nervous about finding us, etc. Your map is the only significant resource I have been able to find to help ease her concerns and helped us find each other.

JY, 2012:

Thank you so much for providing a much better map of NYC Penn Station. I have been agonizing over an upcoming trip and this has helped me a lot.

PW, 2011:

I am travelling to NYC via Amtrak, and will have to transfer to the LIRR. I have been scouring the internet trying to find information so that I can make this transfer without getting completely lost. Your page has exactly the information that I've been looking for! With your beautiful multi-level map, I feel confident that I'll be able to find my way.

JL, 2010:

I had a few minutes to find a train and yours was the only diagram of Penn Station I was able to locate. Thanks.

JC, 2010:

Hi - I live in NY and am taking a trip to Princeton NJ in August via NY Penn Station for the first time. I have never been to NY Penn Station before so you can imagine how worried I am about getting lost. Thank you for your map of the layout. I am planning to hold on to this for my trip.

Press

2012-08-07 - Station diagrams used for WNYC's How To Survive, And Occasionally Thrive, In New York Penn Station, The Continent's Busiest Train Hub.

Changelog

2014-04-13 - revised
2013-12-01 - revised
2013-05-28 - added link to CitiBike
2012-09-14 - added tracks
2012-09-10 - additional stores, etc
2012-08-16 - added elevators, restaurants, etc
2010-03-19 - fixed typo
2009-09-10 - added new entrance to New Jersey Transit
2008-10-07 - revised

Note

The diagrams in this guide are not to scale. Some items have been distorted and others omitted in the interest of overall clarity.