There are 5 ways to get from Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center by subway, bus, taxi, towncar or foot
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Line 4 subway • 20m
4 alternative options
Bus • 36m
$2 - $7
Taxi • 10m
$35 - $45
Uber • 10m
$15 - $21
Walk • 1h 11m
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center is to line 4 subway which costs $3 and takes 20m.
The quickest way to get from Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center is to taxi which costs $35 - $45 and takes 10m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from 5 Av/W 43 St and arriving at Broadway/Chambers St. Services depart five times a day, and operate Monday to Friday. The journey takes approximately 18m.
The distance between Grand Central Terminal and One World Trade Center is 3 miles.
The best way to get from Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center without a car is to line 4 subway which takes 20m and costs $3.
The line 4 subway from Grand Central - 42 St to Fulton St takes 12m including transfers and departs every five minutes.
Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center bus services, operated by MTA, depart from 5 Av/W 43 St station.
Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center bus services, operated by MTA, arrive at Broadway/Chambers St station.
There are 2064+ hotels available in One World Trade Center. Prices start at $99 USD per night.
What companies run services between Grand Central Terminal, NY, USA and One World Trade Center, NY, USA?
MTA operates a bus from Grand Central Terminal to One World Trade Center 5 times a day. Tickets cost $2 - $7 and the journey takes 18m.
Subway from Grand Central - 42 St to Fulton St
- Ave. Duration
- Every 5 minutes
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