Dodge Trucks and Jeep at the 2011 New York Auto Show

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Getting to the show

Visiting The New York Auto Show: Tickets are $14 for adults, $4 for children under 12, with $2 off for groups of ten or more people. Over one million people are expected. Backpacks are not be allowed but wheelchairs are available. Public show dates are April 22-May 1.

Transportation: Parking lots raise their rates dramatically, so if you’re coming from out of town, take the bus or train — you can use a New Jersey or Connecticut park-and-ride if you’re driving in, to go that last step into the city. If you’re coming via Grand Central Station, get a MetroCard and take the subway to Penn Station, then the M34 using the same MetroCard.

  • Take a train to Pennsylvania Station (a dump named after the stunning edifice of the same name). Then walk to the Javits Center or take the M34 bus (see NYC busses note below). You may want to use the Secaucus Transfer Station, which charges $10 for parking, to get to Penn Station; you can also park in Jersey City and take the PATH.
  • Ferries go to 34th street or so, and from there it’s a two-or-three-block walk to Javits.
  • Take a bus to Port Authority and catch the city’s M42 bus (every 7-14 minutes) westwards — get off at 11th Avenue and walk three blocks southwards to Javits (see NYC busses note below). We don’t advise walking but if you do, go south of the Port Authority building and then work your way westwards.
  • The fare by taxi from Port Authority or Penn Station is around $4-$6. Give a large tip if you take a cab out of the line for this short route - like $5.
  • NYC buses require a MetroCard or $2.25 in exact change. MetroCards have short lives before they expire, and we suggest exact change for out-of-towners — but if you are taking the subway, too, then you can (according to the MTA) do both bus and subway for a single fare, so the MetroCard makes more sense.

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