[http://www.bradleyairport.com/index.shtml] (BDL, also known as Hartford-Springfield Airport), located in the northern part of Connecticut. BDL is the closest major airport to New Haven and is convenient for most domestic destinations and some international flights via connections (i.e., United Airlines, NW Airlines, Delta Airlines).
[http://www.panynj.gov/aviation/jfkframe.HTM ] (JFK) is frequently used for direct international flights to and from Europe and Asia. It is about two hours from New Haven.
[http://www.panynj.gov/aviation/lgaframe.HTM ](LGA) is about the same distance from New Haven as JFK and is convenient for domestic flights.
[http://www.panynj.gov/aviation/ewrframe.HTM] (EWR) in northern New Jersey, to the south of New York City, offers many international and domestic flights, but it is the furthest from New Haven and the least convenient. Please note that if you fly into Newark and take the train from the airport into New York City, you will arrive at Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan and must travel uptown via subway or cab to the other train station, Grand Central Station, to take the MetroNorth commuter train to New Haven (see below)
There are several ways of transferring from the above airports to New Haven. Below is some general information.
[http://www.ctlimo.com/] offers frequent van and bus service from all four airports to New Haven. Please see its web page for specific information about fares, schedules, and bookings. CT Limo has a terminal in downtown New Haven. On arrival in New Haven, it is necessary to take a short cab ride (about $5-$7) to the conference hotels.
[http://www.primetimeshuttle.com/] is a smaller company that offers van service to and from JFK and LGA. It is a few dollars more expensive than CT Limo but it will take you directly to the hotel. Please see the Prime Time web site (Connecticut page) for details about booking a van ride.
Train service to New Haven
New Haven is served both by the national Amtrak [http://www.amtrak.com/] railroad and by the New York City metropolitan commuter service, MetroNorth. [http://www.mta.nyc.ny.us/mnr/] Both train lines stop at New Haven Station, which is a short cab ride to both conference site and hotel (about $5-$7).
Please note, however, that Amtrak and MetroNorth operate from different stations in New York City. The Amtrak station is Pennsylvania Station (31st-33rd Streets at Seventh Avenue) and the MetroNorth station is Grand Central Station (42nd-44th Streets between Vanderbuilt and Park Avenues). Anyone coming from Manhattan is strongly advised to use the MetroNorth New Haven line. Service is much more frequent and much less expensive than Amtrak trains. See the MetroNorth web site for schedule and fare details.
Local Maps and Driving Directions
For those planning to drive to the Conference, the following maps should provide sufficient directions. The Holiday Inn offers low-cost parking for guests, and those driving may wish to leave their cars at the hotel and walk to the Sage Hall conference site.
Yale UniversityEntire Campus Map
Yale UniversitySage (Bowers) Hall area Map
Driving directions to Yale University (includes parking information)
Please note that after 4 p.m. on Friday, all parking lots at Yale are free to used for unstickered parking.
Metered parking is available on Prospect Street. All Yale University parking lots are also available for non-stickered parking AFTER
4:00 PM Friday.
[http://www.basshotels.com/holiday-inn?_franchisee=HVNUV] All invited participants have had rooms reserved for them at the Holiday Inn, 30 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, unless other arrangements have been made. From the Holiday Inn it is approximately a 10 minute walk through the Yale campus to Sage Hall. Please feel free to call the hotel 1-888-522-1186, or refer to the hotel's website for directions and parking information.