There are 6 ways to get from Manhattan to Queens by bus, subway, taxi, car, towncar or foot
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Bus • 39m
$2 - $7
5 alternative options
Subway • 44m
Taxi • 20m
$65 - $80
Drive • 20m
$1 - $2
Uber • 20m
$28 - $40
Walk • 4h 1m
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Manhattan to Queens is to drive which costs $1 - $2 and takes 20m.
The quickest way to get from Manhattan to Queens is to taxi which costs $65 - $80 and takes 20m.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from E 57 St/ 3 Av and arriving at Woodhaven Bl /101 Av. Services depart hourly, and operate Monday to Saturday. The journey takes approximately 39m.
The distance between Manhattan and Queens is 10 miles. The road distance is 12.3 miles.
The best way to get from Manhattan to Queens without a car is to bus which takes 39m and costs $2 - $7.
The bus from E 57 St/ 3 Av to Woodhaven Bl /101 Av takes 39m including transfers and departs hourly.
Manhattan to Queens bus services, operated by MTA, depart from E 57 St/ 3 Av station.
Manhattan to Queens bus services, operated by MTA, arrive at Woodhaven Bl /101 Av station.
Yes, the driving distance between Manhattan to Queens is 12 miles. It takes approximately 20m to drive from Manhattan to Queens.
There are 1943+ hotels available in Queens. Prices start at $101 USD per night.
What companies run services between Manhattan, NY, USA and Queens, NY, USA?
MTA operates a bus from Manhattan to Queens hourly. Tickets cost $2 - $7 and the journey takes 39m.
Subway from 59 St - Columbus Circle to 104 St
- Ave. Duration
- Every 10 minutes
- Estimated price
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