Planning Your Visit
- Travel Information
Travel time to Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven is approximately 15-20 minutes (allow for delays during rush hour). Taxi or car rentals are available.
Travel time from Bradley International Airport to Yale New Haven Hospital is approximately 50 minutes by car (allow for delays during rush hour). Car rentals are available at the airport, or you may contact Connecticut Limo at 1-800-472-LIMO.
Travel time for Westchester County Airport is 1 hour and 5 minutes.
Travel time to Yale New Haven Hospital varies depending on your method of transportation, but will range between 1 hour and 20 minutes to as much as 2 hours or more. See information under "Other Travel Tips" about modes of transportation to New Haven from New York Airports.
Parking - Yale Medical School Campus
Applicants driving to New Haven should park in the Air-Rights Garage located at 60 York Street. When you arrive please ask the residency program coordinator for a yellow validation ticket or "chaser" ticket to pay for your parking for the day. Our Residency Programs are only able to validate parking for applicants who park in the Air-Rights Garage.
The Air-Rights Garage (connected to Yale New Haven Hospital) is accessed directly from the Route 34 Expressway, which directly connects to I-91 & I-95.
Other Travel Tips
There are many methods of traveling to New Haven after arriving at a New York City airport. One option is to take the New York Airport Service Shuttle to Grand Central Station. From Grand Central Station, connect to the Metro North Railroad which will take you to the New Haven station. Caution: when viewing schedules on the Metro North website, make sure you choose New Haven as your destination NOT New Haven-State Street.
Connecticut Limo, 1-800-472-LIMO, also provides shuttle services from New York Airports to New Haven. Connecticut Limo is the preferred method of travel.
Alternatively, you may take a shuttle from a New York airport to Penn Station and connect to an Amtrak train. Amtrak trains are more expensive than the Metro Rail.