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Subway and Bus Directions to Comic Con 2018

Weekend Service Changes

There are a number of construction projects that might change your travel plans including:

  • Beginning 12:15 AM Saturday, there will be no 7 service in Manhattan as we perform critical signal modernization work. If you are coming from Queens, please use alternate subway lines including the E, N, W, and S. In Manhattan, free shuttle buses run between Times Sq-42 St at 7 Av and 34 St-Hudson Yards at Hudson Blvd East. More details.
  • There will be no B subway service beginning 8:30 PM Friday, please take the C or D trains instead.
  • M, N, R Trains and free shuttle buses replace Q service between Prospect Park in Brooklyn and 96 St in Manhattan, beginning at 9:30 PM on Friday.  More details.

Additional planned and unplanned service changes may affect travel to and from the event areas, click here to check the service status along your route.

Comic Con Map

Map of alternate routes to Comic Con

Plan your trip

The best way to prepare for traveling to Comic Con is to plan your trip using our new trip planning tools. The results will factor in planned and unplanned service changes to get you to the convention as quickly as possible. You can also call 511 to get a trip plan. Agents are available from 6 AM to 10 PM daily and automated travel information is available 24/7. Customers who are deaf or hard of hearing: use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 service relay to reach 511

How to get to the Javits Center

The closest subway and train stops to the Javits Center are:

Station Lines
34 St-Hudson Yards  7
34 St-Penn Station (8 Av) A, C, E, LIRR
34 St-Penn Station (7 Av) 1, 2, 3, LIRR
34 St-Herald Sq B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W
42 St/Port Authority  A, C, E
Times Sq-42 St  N, Q, R W, S, 1, 2, 3, 7

The following buses also serve the event area: M12, M34 SBS