They are both on the New York Subway system, but you'll have to transfer. The best way to get from Grand Central Station to Penn Station is to take the "S" train to Times Square and then take the "1", "2", or "3" trains heading Downtown. The 34th Street stop is by Penn Station. The subway map calls the A, C, E 34th Street stop the Penn Station stop, but the 1, 2, 3 34th Street stop is just as close; walking from the "S" train to the A, C, or E would take awhile since there is a lengthy walk from the S stop on 7th Avenue to the A, C, E stop on 8th Avenue. It's not worth that.
Yes- Grand Central Station is the name of the SUBWAY station which is below ground (4, 5, 6, 7 and "s" 42nd St Shuttle lines). The RAILROAD station (MetroNorth Railroad) is known as Grand Central Terminal and is at street level.
The 7 downtown, or the Shuttle to time square
The S shuttle train (color grey) runs between the 42nd Street-Times Square Station and the 42nd Street-Grand Central Station. The 42nd Street-Port Authority Station is connected to the 42nd Street-Times Square Station via an underground tunnel.So first you need to walk through the tunnel from the Port Authority Station to the Times Square Station. Then get the shuttle to Grand Central.
Grand Central Station
No, there are no storage lockers in Grand Central Terminal. (Note: Grand Central Station is the subway station - Grand Central Terminal is the railroad station).
Not possible these days. Amtrak no longer has service to Grand Central Terminal. BTW - Grand Central Station is the subway station. The railroad station is Grand Central Terminal.
There's a shuttle (subway) to times square ... from there you can walk.
There's no shuttle directly from Grand Central to Penn Station. The S shuttle train (color code grey) is part of the subway system. It runs between 42nd Street-Grand Central and 42nd Street-Times Square. Then you transfer at Times Square to the Downtown 1-2-3 (the red line), 1 stop, from 42nd Street-Times Square to 34th Street-Penn Station.Subway fare is currently $2.50 for a paper Single Ride Ticket, and $2.25 per ride for a plastic pay-per-ride Metrocard.
There is no single train to take. From Grand Central take the 42nd St Shuttle "S" to to Times Square and switch to a downtown 1 , 2 , 3 train for one stop (34th St-Penn Station).
The only subway lines that go through Grand Central Station (42nd and Lexington) are the 4-5-6 (the dark green line) and the 7 train (the purple line). Also, the S shuttle train (color code grey) runs between Times Square and Grand Central Station. See the Related Link below for a New York City subway map.
About 15 to 20 minutes.
No, they are two separate subway stations.
No, but it does stop at penn station and you can take the subway
take the Shuttle or 7 train from Grand Central to Times Square and transfer to the 1 train uptown to 59th Street/Columbus Circle
Grand Central Terminal is the name of the railroad station at 42nd St/Park Avenue. Grand Central Station is the name of the subway station which is below Grand Central Terminal.
Subway station and a spaceship (not as common) Shuttle is also one.
There is no train that runs directly between Penn Station and Grand Central. You have to take the subway: the Uptown 1-2-3(the red line), 1 stop, from 34th Street-Penn Station to 42nd Street-Times Square, then transfer to the S shuttle train (color grey) to 42nd Street-Grand Central.Trains on the New York City subway system operate continuously. There are schedules you can download, but they're often inaccurate.
Grand Central Station & Terminal are located at East 42nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. Grand Central Station is the subway station, where you can catch the 4-5-6 (the dark green line, aka the Lexington Avenue Line) or the S shuttle train to Times Square. Grand Central Terminal is the railroad terminal, for trains that are not part of the New York City subway system (like MetroNorth commuter trains).
Queen steet station and Glasgow central station
Take the Uptown 1-2-3 (the red line), 1 stop, from 34th Street-Penn Station to 42nd Street-Times Square.At the Times Square Station, transfer to the S shuttle train, east across 42nd Street, from Times Square (West 42nd) to Grand Central (East 42nd).
The S shuttle train (color code grey) runs between Grand Central Station (East 42nd Street) and the Times Square Station (West 42nd Street).At night, when the shuttle isn't running, you can take the 7 train (the purple line), 2 stops: 42nd Street-Times Square ---> 42nd Street-Bryant Park ---> 42nd Street-Grand Central.
Take the S shuttle train (color code grey) west across 42nd Street, from Grand Central Station (East 42nd) to the Times Square Station (West 42nd).Then walk through the tunnel that connects the 42nd Street-Times Square Station to the 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal Station.
Grand Central Terminal which is the RAILROAD terminal is closed between 1 AM and 5 AM every day. Grand Central Station which is the SUBWAY station (below Grand Central Terminal) is open 24/7/365.
Yes, Grand Central Station & Terminal is located in Manhattan, on 42nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. Grand Central Station is the subway station, and Grand Central Terminal is the railroad station for trains running in and out of New York City.