Few spots have our wide array of transportation options:
The County is at the nexus of major highways that include I-95, connecting NY to Connecticut, Rhode Island and Boston; the Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) linking the spectacular new Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge over the Tappan Zee with the county seat of White Plains and the east County, and countless north-south thoroughfares that make getting around by car, limo, bus and taxi a breeze.
Three Metro-North Railroad routes with 43 stops bring passengers from New York City’s Grand Central Terminal to the County — one along the Hudson, one through White Plains, and one along the Long Island Sound shoreline. The trip takes just over 30 minutes, on average. Plus, Amtrak stops along the Hudson and at New Rochelle to the east.
Over 1.9 million passengers use the Westchester County Airport each year. Connecting with destinations like Boston, Chicago and Atlanta, the airport is a short drive to accommodations and meeting venues. For top executives, it’s one of the nation’s busiest hubs for private planes and jets. And all three major NY-area airports — New York LaGuardia (LGA), New York John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Newark Liberty (EWR) — are within an hour’s drive of Westchester.