Getting to New Haven
The nearest airport to New Haven is Tweed New Haven Airport (airport code: HVN), a few minutes drive from central New Haven. Tweed is a very small airport and the number of flights into and out of the airport each day is low, so if you plan to travel by air it may be worth considering flying into a different airport. Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Windsor Locks, Connecticut is a larger airport approximately 50 miles north of New Haven. A bus service (the Bradley Flyer) connects Bradley Airport to downtown Hartford and from there it is possible to travel to New Haven by Amtrak or a variety of bus services. Alternatively, an Uber trip from Bradley airport to central New Haven typically costs between $60 and $85.
It may also be worth considering flying in to one of the three major airports in the New York area:
Amtrak provides train services from Newark airport to New Haven’s Union Station. For all other airports, private shuttle services are available through Connecticut Limousine (800.472.5466) and GO Airport Shuttle (866.284.3247). Reservations for either of these shuttle services should be made well in advance of your date of travel.
Two train services serve New Haven Union Station, minutes from Yale’s campus.
For those bringing a car for the duration of the program, parking is also available in the Pierson-Sage Garage located at 350 Edwards Street (approximately one mile from the residential colleges). Rates are $8.00/day or $32.00/week. Contact us for information about how to reserve individual parking spaces in the Pierson-Sage Garage.