Train

Benefits of Riding the Train

Yale commuters who use the train to get to work can:

New Haven is served by two train stations:

Looking for service to/from…

The Connecticut Shoreline? Shoreline East 

[Delays and cancellations should be expected on Shoreline East until December 2018 due to construction. If you are interested in what Yale is doing to assist riders, please send an email to transportation.options@yale.edu with the subject “SLE List.”]

New York City? Metro North

Harford? The Hartford Line

Northeast Corridor and beyond? Amtrak

Transportation between New Haven Train Stations and Campus

TrainUnion Station Shuttle: The Union Station shuttle connects the New Haven Green, various downtown locations, parking, and Union Station—every 20 minutes. Map and schedule

Yale Shuttle: The Yale Shuttle provides service between Union Station and and campus destinations. Please note that there are now TWO shuttle stop locations in front of Union Station. If the stop directly in front of the station is congested, shuttle drivers pick up in front of the parking garage. Please look for Shuttles in both locations.

For information on access to train stations at your place of origin, contact the local transit authority or town/city government where the train station is located. Some towns offer commuter connection services and most manage parking arrangements at the train stations.

Train Rider Advocacy

Please use the transit comment form to report commendations, inquiries or complaints about train service. If you are interested in advocating for more and better train service? Consider joining the CT Rail Commuter Council.