Getting Here and Around

Getting Here & Around

To say that the Stamford is well situated is an understatement. In under an hour you can get here by train from NYC. When you think of it, Stamford and the Fairfield County is located within a one-day drive or a one-hour flight of nearly half the population of the U.S. and Canada. Did we mention that Stamford is located in the northeast corridor, an Amtrack stop between NYC and Boston?

You’ll also find that travel within the Stamford is a breeze. Whether you’re biking, driving or taking public transit, our roadways and transportation systems are safe, modern and well maintained.


Anchoring southwestern Connecticut, our nearest airport is Westchester Airport. Not too far are the major airports servicing NYC, Laguardia, JFK and Newark. A little north of Stamford is Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport.

I-95 and The Merritt Parkway bookend Stamford.


It is the City’s goal to create livable communities that are safe and enjoyable for all citizens, whether you walk, ride, or drive. Discover the many convenient ways to get around Stamford including  Metro North, Amtrack, bike trails, taxis, ride share and The CT Transit Authority bus system.

Metro North
Public Transportation – CT Transit
Ride Sharing