Getting Here

Cedar Street
I-91 South
Stay right on I-91 until the merge onto CT-34 W and then follow the directions below.
 
I-95 North and South
Merge onto CT-34 W via Exit 47 toward Downtown New Haven.
Stay straight to go onto North Frontage Rd.
North Frontage Rd becomes Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Turn left onto College St.
Turn slight right onto Congress Ave.
Take the 1st right onto Cedar St.
Downtown
I-91 South
Take Exit 4 toward State Street.
Turn right onto Humphrey St.
Take the 1st left onto State St/US-5 S.
Turn right onto Chapel St.
Take the 1st right onto Church St.
You are now at the New Haven Green and can use a local map to locate vendors throughout the downtown area.

I-95 North and South
Merge onto CT-34 W via Exit 47 toward Downtown New Haven.
Stay straight to go onto North Frontage Rd.
North Frontage Rd. becomes Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Turn right onto Church St.
You are now at the New Haven Green and can use a local map to locate vendors throughout the downtown area.
Long Wharf
I-95 South
Take Exit 46 (Sargent Dr.) toward Long Wharf Dr.
Turn right onto Sargent Dr.
Take the 2nd left onto Food Terminal Dr.
 
I-95 North
Take Exit 46 (Long Wharf Dr.)
Turn left at light
Sachem Street
From I-95 North & South, merge onto I-91 North (Exit 48)
 
I-91 North
Take Exit 3 (Trumbull St.)
Turn slight left onto Trumbull St.
Turn right onto Prospect St.
Take the 2nd left onto Sachem St.
 
I-91 South
Take the Trumbull St exit, Exit 3.
Turn slight left onto Trumbull St.
Turn right onto Prospect St.
Take the 2nd left onto Sachem St.
By Train

Rail service  is provided by Shore Line East, the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Line and Metro-North.

From Union Station, the main rail hub in New Haven, you can take a free shuttle to the New Haven Green. The Union Station Shuttle runs continuously every 20 minutes, from 6:05am to 10:15pm, Monday through Friday. Just look for the bright green bus.

You can also walk from Union Station which is approximately 3/4 mile from the New Haven Green. Directions here.

Hop off at the State Street Station and you’ll be steps away from the Downtown District.

Pedestrian & Bike Friendly
The city has installed 1,000 feet of new sidewalk, pedestrian crossings, 12-foot-tall pedestrian lights, and four solar-powered “Bigbelly” trash compactors in the vending area, as well as two-way protected bike lanes all along Long Wharf Drive.

Parking

Parking in New Haven

New Haven is a very walkable city. Many visitors park once and walk throughout the Downtown. For short-and long-term visits, the Park New Haven has over 9,000 parking spaces at the Air Rights, Crown Street, Chapel Square, Temple Street, Temple/George, Granite Square garages and at 19 surface lots. Rates vary from facility to facility, as do the hours of operation. Several private companies provide off-street public parking as well.

Parking is more limited at Union Station and visitors are encouraged to use the Downtown shuttle or other means to access the station.

There are over 2,900 on-street parking meters, with time limits ranging from 15-minute to 12-hour parking depending on the location. On-street parking costs $1.50/hour. Meters in central downtown accept coins, Parkmobile, MasterCard/VISA or Discover and meters outside the central downtown area accept coins and Parkmobile. Parkmobile is a smart phone app that allows you to pay for metered parking with your Android, Blackberry, iPhone, and Windows Phone. Meter parking is free on Sundays and holidays.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Park New Haven at 203-946-8936, www.parknewhaven.com 

Long Wharf
There is free on-street parking on Long Wharf Drive.

Attractions and Events

Calendar of Events
If you are focused on downtown New Haven, you should visit www.infonewhaven.com. If you are looking to explore the region, check out www.visitnewhaven.com.
Arts & Culture
Downtown New Haven offers a wealth of museums, theaters and music venues. Highlights include the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Knights of Columbus Museum, New Haven Museum, Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery. www.visitnewhaven.com
Tours
No visit to New Haven is complete without the walking tour of Yale University. Student-led walking tours of Yale Campus, last 1 hour and 15 minutes and covers history, architecture and student life. Visitors see the Old Campus, several residential colleges, Sterling Memorial Library and other locations of interest. Maps of the campus are available at the Center. Free. Center Hours Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tours Monday-Friday 10:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 1:30 p.m. www.infonewhaven.com
Shopping
Looking for something unique? Look no further. New Haven offers 3 major shopping districts including The Shops at Yale, Whitney-Audubon Retail & Arts District and 9th Square. Best of all, more than 75% of our stores are independently owned or operated. www.infonewhaven.com

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Contact Us
Please contact Steve Fontana at 203-946-5891 for information regarding current opportunities.

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