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Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal by train

The train journey time between Jamaica Station and Atlantic Terminal is around 19 min and covers a distance of around 9 miles. The fastest train normally takes 16 min. Operated by Long Island Rail Road, the Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal train service departs from Jamaica and arrives in Atlantic Terminal. Typically 417 trains run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.

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19 min

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What is the cheapest way to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal?

The most affordable way to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal is to drive, which costs $1 - $2 and takes 17 min.

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What is the fastest way to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal?

The quickest way to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal is to taxi which costs $55 - $70 and takes 17 min.

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Is there a direct train between Jamaica Station and Atlantic Terminal?

Yes, there is a direct train departing from Jamaica and arriving at Atlantic Terminal. Services depart every 30 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 19 min.

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How far is it from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal?

The distance between Jamaica Station and Atlantic Terminal is 9 miles. The road distance is 10.4 miles.

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The best way to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal without a car is to train which takes 19 min and costs $3 - $12.

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How long does it take to get from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal?

The train from Jamaica to Atlantic Terminal takes 19 min including transfers and departs every 30 minutes.

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Where do I catch the Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal train from?

Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal train services, operated by Long Island Rail Road, depart from Jamaica station.

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Where does the Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal train arrive?

Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal train services, operated by Long Island Rail Road, arrive at Atlantic Terminal station.

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Yes, the driving distance between Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal is 10 miles. It takes approximately 17 min to drive from Jamaica Station to Atlantic Terminal.

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What companies run services between Jamaica Station, NY, USA and Atlantic Terminal, NY, USA?

Long Island Rail Road operates a train from Jamaica to Atlantic Terminal every 30 minutes. Tickets cost $3 - $12 and the journey takes 19 min.

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The social distance requirement in Atlantic Terminal is 2 metres.

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Atlantic Terminal

This article is about the Long Island Rail Road station. For the adjacent shopping center, see Atlantic Terminal (shopping mall).

Long Island Rail Road station in Brooklyn, New York

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The entrance pavilion at Atlantic Terminal, which opened in 2010.

LocationAtlantic Avenue, Flatbush Avenue & Hanson Place
Brooklyn, New York City
Coordinates40°41′03″N73°58′38″W / 40.684226°N 73.977234°W / 40.684226; -73.977234Coordinates: 40°41′03″N73°58′38″W / 40.684226°N 73.977234°W / 40.684226; -73.977234
Owned byLong Island Rail Road
Line(s)Atlantic Branch
Platforms3 island platforms
Tracks6
ConnectionsNew York City Subway:
"2" train"3" train"4" train"5" train"B" train"D" train"N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train​ at Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center
Local TransitNYCT Bus: B41, B45, B63, B65, B67, B103
Disabled accessYes
Fare zone1
OpenedJuly 2, 1877
Rebuilt1907, 2010
ElectrifiedJuly 26, 1905
750 V (DC) third rail
Previous namesBrooklyn (1852–1877)
Flatbush Avenue (1877–2010)
2012—201421,829[1]
Rank4 of 125

Atlantic Terminal (formerly Flatbush Avenue) is the westernmost stop on the Long Island Rail Road's (LIRR) Atlantic Branch, located at Flatbush Avenue and Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn, New York City. It is the primary terminal for the Far Rockaway, Hempstead, and West Hempstead Branches. The terminal is located in the City Terminal Zone, the LIRR's Zone 1, and thus part of the CityTicket program.

History[edit]

The station was originally named Brooklyn in 1852,[2] twenty years after the line was established as the Brooklyn and Jamaica Railroad, and was not originally a terminus.[2] The original terminus was South Ferry, via the now shuttered Cobble Hill Tunnel. When LIRR subsidiary New York and Jamaica Railroad built a new line between Hunter's Point and Jamaica in 1861, the main line was relocated there, and the line was abandoned west of East New York, in compliance with Brooklyn's ban on steam railroads. West of East New York, the tracks were taken over by horse car lines.

The Brooklyn station designation was replaced by the Flatbush Avenue station on July 2, 1877. That same summer local Atlantic Avenue rapid transit trains began to stop there on August 13.[3] The old depot was renovated between July–August 1878, when it began serving the Brooklyn, Flatbush and Coney Island Railroad. It was rebuilt again in June 1880. The headquarters for the Long Island Express Company was installed there in 1882, and gave the station a series of tracks that would later be known as the "EX Yard." In 1888, the Union Elevated Railway built an elevated railway line and station that connected to the LIRR station called the Atlantic Avenue station. The Union Elevated eventually became part of the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit Corporation. Further rebuilding took place again in 1893.

Between 1904 and 1906, the Carlton Avenue Freight Yards were replaced by the Vanderbilt Avenue Freight Yards. This was just a portion of a major improvement project that included the complete reconstruction of the station. The second depot opened on April 1, 1907 with the depot at street level and the tracks installed underground. The station had a lobby that was larger than most LIRR stations, and contained subway type entrances to the tracks.[4] It also served as a post office building until 1925,[5] and contained a baggage depot, express buildings, some meat houses which were inherited from the previous version of the station, and a merchandise terminal for "less than carload freight" added on in 1908. The Interborough Rapid Transit Company built a subway line called the Eastern Parkway Line and a station on Atlantic Avenue, that connected to the station on May 1, 1908. The BMT also built two more subway lines on Pacific Street along the Fourth Avenue Line on June 22, 1915, and Atlantic Avenue along the Brighton Line on August 1, 1920. The connection to the BMT Fifth Avenue Line was lost on May 31, 1940.[6]

Interior of the station, c. 1893

The station was refurbished and the exterior was sandblasted in the early 1940s. The decline of rail service after World War II led to the station's gradual demise, however. Track #1 was out of service on April 10, 1959. Former express tracks numbers 9-14 ("EX" Yard) were taken out of service on March 3, 1971. At some point, the express buildings became a parking garage. Local businesses were still allowed to utilize the station, such as a barber shop, restaurants, candy stores, a snack bar, a podiatrist's office, a dental office, a beauty school, and even a row of telephone booths. Those businesses were gone by 1978. The tracks that were originally numbered from south to north were renumbered from north to south on July 1, 1978. Despite efforts to repaint the lobby in the early-1980s, random vandalism plagued the station interior causing water damage that was so severe, the street level depot was closed in 1988, and portions were razed during the 1990s.

On January 5, 2010, a new entry pavilion, designed by di Domenico + Partners, opened, providing improved connections between the LIRR, subways, and buses.[7] In March 2010, the station was renamed Atlantic Terminal after a six-year reconstruction project,[8] during which trains continued to operate.

In 2014, the LIRR announced that service from Babylon and Hicksville will go directly to Atlantic Terminal during New York Islanders games at Barclays Center. Passengers would normally have to transfer at Jamaica to go to Babylon or Hicksville.[9] However, in preparation for East Side Access project, most service to Atlantic Terminal will be provided by a high-frequency shuttle service to and from Jamaica.[10]

Accident[edit]

During the morning rush hour of January 4, 2017, a train overran the bumper block at the end of track 6, injuring 103, none seriously.[11][12] There were 650 passengers on the train, which had originated from Far Rockaway.[13] The incident was compared to a September 2016 train crash at Hoboken Terminal in Hoboken, New Jersey, wherein a train also overran a bumper block.[11] The accident occurred at about 8:20 a.m. Two carriages of the six-carriage electric multiple unit involved were severely damaged when it collided with the buffer stop at a speed of 10 to 15 miles per hour (16 to 24 km/h).[11][14] The National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Railway Administration opened investigations into the accident.[11]

Station layout[edit]

The LIRR terminal, one floor below the ground level, has three high-level island platforms adjacent to six tracks. Platform A is ten cars long, but the two easternmost cars on Track 1 are not accessible due to a large gap between the train and the platform. Platform B is eight cars long. Platform C is six cars long, but Track 6 only has enough space for four cars to meet the platform as it is adjacent to the northbound local platform of the IRT Eastern Parkway Line.

GStreet level Entrances/exits, pavilion, station house, fare control, station agents, LIRR ticket booth, MetroCard machines
Barclays Center
Connection to Atlantic Terminal shopping mall
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Eastern Parkway platforms
Side platformDisabled access
Northbound local"2" train toward 241st Street(Nevins Street)
"3" train toward 148th Street(Nevins Street)
"4" train toward Woodlawn late nights (Nevins Street)
Northbound express"4" train toward Woodlawn(Nevins Street)
"5" train weekdays toward Dyre Avenue or Nereid Avenue(Nevins Street)
Island platformDisabled access
Southbound express"4" train toward Utica Avenue (New Lots Avenue late nights) (Franklin Avenue–Medgar Evers College)
"5" train weekdays toward Flatbush Avenue(Franklin Avenue–Medgar Evers College)
Southbound local"2" train toward Flatbush Avenue(Bergen Street)
"3" train ("4" train late nights) toward New Lots Avenue(Bergen Street)
Side platformDisabled access
B1
LIRR platforms
Track 1→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
Platform A, island platformDisabled access
Track 2→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
Track 3→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
Platform B, island platformDisabled access
Track 4→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
Track 5→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
Platform C, island platformDisabled access
Track 6→    Atlantic Branch services toward Jamaica and Points East(Nostrand Avenue)
B2Mezzanine Passageway between platforms
B3
Brighton platform
Northbound"B" train weekdays toward Bedford Park Boulevard or 145th Street(DeKalb Avenue)
"Q" train toward 96th Street(DeKalb Avenue)
Island platformDisabled access
Southbound"B" train weekdays toward Brighton Beach(Seventh Avenue)
"Q" train toward Coney Island via Brighton(Seventh Avenue)
B3
Fourth Avenue platforms
Northbound local"R" train toward 71st Avenue (Whitehall Street late nights) (DeKalb Avenue)
"D" train toward 205th Street late nights (DeKalb Avenue)
"N" train toward Ditmars Boulevard late nights (DeKalb Avenue)
Island platformDisabled access
Northbound express"D" train toward 205th Street(Grand Street)
"N" train toward Ditmars Boulevard(Canal Street)
"Q" train toward 96th Street (select weekday trips) (Canal Street)
Southbound express"D" train toward Bay 50th Street(36th Street)
"N" train toward Coney Island via Sea Beach(36th Street)
Island platformDisabled access
Southbound local"R" train toward 95th Street(Union Street)
"D" train"N" train toward Coney Island late nights (Union Street)

Subway and bus connections[edit]

Atlantic Terminal is connected to the New York City Subway's Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center complex, which is served by the 2, ​3, ​4, ​5​, B, ​D, N, ​Q​, R and ​W​ trains.[15] Buses serving outside the complex include B41, B45, B63, B65, B67, and B103.[16]

Nearby points of interest[edit]

The rail terminal is adjacent to and below the Atlantic Terminal mall and near the Barclays Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, as well as Brooklyn Technical High School.

The massive Pacific Park residential, commercial and sports complex, which includes Barclays Center, is being built near the station and above its yard tracks.[17]

Gallery[edit]

  • Atlantic Terminal LIRR station
  • 1910 photo of the former LIRR Atlantic Terminal (demolished 1988)

  • Looking down Platform A. A train to Far Rockaway is on the right

  • Looking down to track level in entry pavilion

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"2012-2014 LIRR Origin and Destination Report : Volume I: Travel Behavior Among All LIRR Passengers"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. August 23, 2016. PDF pp. 15, 197. Archived(PDF) from the original on July 17, 2019. Retrieved March 29, 2020.
  2. ^ ab"Long Island Station History". Archived from the original on May 26, 2017. Retrieved April 21, 2016.
  3. ^"rapid transit". Retrieved April 21, 2016.
  4. ^"FLATBUSH AVENUE TERMINAL 3 - INTERIOR". Retrieved April 21, 2016.
  5. ^"Postal History". Retrieved April 21, 2016.
  6. ^Ministry of Travel: The New LIRR Brooklyn Terminal; Forgotten New York
  7. ^"New LIRR Atlantic Terminal Pavilion Opens To The Public" (Press release). Long Island Rail Road. January 5, 2010. Retrieved July 16, 2013.
  8. ^"This new LIRR terminal is on a roll". The Brooklyn Paper. Retrieved April 21, 2016.
  9. ^Castillo, Alfonso A. (September 20, 2014). "LIRR, Barclays Center work to get Islanders fans to come to Brooklyn". Newsday. Retrieved April 22, 2015.
  10. ^Kulick, Beth (2014). "Jamaica Interlocking Reconfiguration Operations Simulation"(PDF). apta.com. TranSystems Corporation. Archived from the original(PDF) on March 5, 2016. Retrieved February 5, 2018.
  11. ^ abcd"Officials: More than 100 hurt in LIRR train derailment". Newsday. January 4, 2017. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
  12. ^Siff, Andrew; Santia, Marc. "LIRR Train Derails in Brooklyn; 103 People Hurt". NBC New York. Retrieved January 5, 2017.
  13. ^McLaughlin, Aidan. "LIRR train derails, injuring 103 people in Brooklyn at Atlantic Terminal". New York Daily News. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
  14. ^McLaughlin, Aidan. "LIRR train derails, injuring 103 people in Brooklyn at Atlantic Terminal". New York Daily News. BBC News Online. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
  15. ^"Subway Map"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. September 2021. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
  16. ^"Brooklyn Bus Map"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. October 2020. Retrieved December 1, 2020.
  17. ^Bagli, Charles V. (March 21, 2008). "Slow Economy Likely to Stall Atlantic Yards". The New York Times. Retrieved February 14, 2010.

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4K: LIRR M3 Front Window Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica (Express Run)

"This project will help us get ready for the future and continue our ongoing effort to modernize the LIRR's most critical signal and switching systems," said LIRR President Helena Williams. "Last month's fire at Jamaica underscored the need for this upgrade and we ask for customers' patience during these two weekends. The work will help ensure reliability of train service going forward."

Long Beach Branch:
Trains will run hourly direct to and from Penn Station, making local stops between Valley Stream and Long Beach. They will also connect with Far Rockaway trains at Valley Stream Station.

Hempstead Branch:
Train service will be provided every two hours, instead of hourly, between Hempstead and Queens Village.
- Westbound riders will take trains to Queens Village, where they'll board buses to Jamaica. At Jamaica, they'll transfer to NYC Transit's "E" subway line for express service to Penn Station
- Eastbound riders will take the E subway line at Penn Station to Jamaica and transfer to buses bound for Queens Village. At Queens Village, they'll transfer to a train for the remainder of the trip to Hempstead.

City Terminal Zone
Jamaica to Penn Station
- Only three trains will operate each hour to and from Penn Station
- Alternative subway service is available via the E subway line operating between Penn and Jamaica

Jamaica to Alantic Terminal
- There will be no train service between Jamaica and Atlantic Terminal
- Eastbound riders at Atlantic Terminal are advised to take subway service to Penn Station and then take one of three trains that leave each hour from Penn to Ronkonkoma, Babylon or Long Beach. For travel to other eastern terminals, riders at Penn can take the E subway line to Jamaica.
-Westbound riders looking to travel to Atlantic Terminal should take the E subway line to Penn Station, Times Square or the World Trade Center for transfers to the 2 or 3 subway lines to Atlantic Terminal.


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How to get from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center, Brooklyn to Jamaica, Queens by train?

Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica map

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Take one direct train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica in Queens: take the WEST HEMPSTEAD train from Atlantic Terminal Lirr station to Jamaica Lirr station. The total trip duration for this route is approximately 32 min.

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Take one direct train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica in Queens: take the FAR ROCKAWAY train from Atlantic Terminal Lirr station to Jamaica Lirr station. The total trip duration for this route is approximately 34 min.

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The distance between Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center, Queens and Jamaica, Queens is approximately 9.58 mi, which can typically be travelled in 32 min. Moovit will show you the directions from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica by train, so no matter how you choose to travel in Queens – you will always have plenty of easy options.

Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center is located at Flatbush Avenue, Queens and the nearest public transit station is Atlantic Av/Flatbush Av.

Subway stations close to Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center:

  • Bergen St
  • Fulton St
  • Lafayette Av

Bus stations close to Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center:

  • Atlantic Av/Flatbush Av
  • Atlantic Av/4 Av
  • Flatbush Av/Pacific St

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Jamaica is located at Jamaica, Queens and the nearest public transit station is Archer Av/158 St.

Subway stations close to Jamaica:

  • Sutphin Blvd - Archer Av - JFK Airport [E,J,Z]
  • Parsons Blvd [E,F]

Train stations close to Jamaica:

Bus stations close to Jamaica:

  • Archer Av/158 St
  • Archer Av/153 St
  • Archer Av/Teardrop Canopy

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Alternative route by train via FAR ROCKAWAY

Take one direct train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica in Queens: take the FAR ROCKAWAY train from Atlantic Terminal Lirr station to Jamaica Lirr station. The total trip duration for this route is approximately 34 min.

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    Jamaica

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  • What is the fastest way to get from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica?

    The fastest way takes 32 minutes, using Bus line WEST HEMPSTEAD.

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  • What is the alternative route to get from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center to Jamaica?

    The alternative route takes 34 minutes, using Bus line FAR ROCKAWAY.

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  • Is there a direct train between Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Jamaica in Queens?

    Yes, there’s a direct train going from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens in 32 min.

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  • Which train line goes from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens?

    The WEST HEMPSTEAD train line goes from Atlantic Terminal Lirr station near Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to West Hempstead station near Jamaica in Queens.

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  • How long does it take to travel from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens by train?

    The total travel time between Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Jamaica in Queens by train is about 32 min.

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  • Where do I get on the train near Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to get to Jamaica in Queens?

    Get on the WEST HEMPSTEAD train from the Atlantic Terminal Lirr station near Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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  • Where do I get off the train when travelling between Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Jamaica in Queens?

    Get off the train at the Jamaica Lirr station, which is closest to Jamaica in Queens.

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  • When is the first train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens?

    The first train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens is Far Rockaway. It leaves the Atlantic Terminal Lirr station at 12:12 AM.

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  • When is the last train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens?

    The last train from Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center in Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens is the Far Rockaway line. It leaves the Atlantic Terminal Lirr station at 6:09 PM.

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LIRR Ride from Jamaica to Atlantic Terminal

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There are 4 ways to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica by train, subway, taxi or car

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Train •  21 min

  1. Take the train from Atlantic Terminal to JamaicaHempstead / ...

Subway •  41 min

  1. Take the subway from Lafayette Av to Ozone Park-Lefferts BlvdA

Taxi •  17 min

  1. Take a taxi from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica11.7 miles

Drive •  17 min

  1. Drive from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica11.7 miles

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Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica by train

The train journey time between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica is around 19 min and covers a distance of around 9 miles. The fastest train normally takes 17 min. Services are operated by Long Island Rail Road. Typically 414 trains run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.

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Train route information

Average train time:

19 min

Fastest train time:

17 min

Carbon emissions:

0 kg CO2

First and last trains

First train departs at:

00:14

Last train departs at:

23:52

The schedules shown below are for the next available departures.

Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica train schedules

Questions & Answers

What is the cheapest way to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica?

The cheapest way to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica is to drive which costs $1 - $2 and takes 17 min.

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What is the fastest way to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica?

The quickest way to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica is to taxi which costs $60 - $80 and takes 17 min.

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Is there a direct train between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica?

Yes, there is a direct train departing from Atlantic Terminal and arriving at Jamaica. Services depart every 30 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 21 min.

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What is the distance between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica?

The distance between Atlantic Terminal and Jamaica is 9 miles. The road distance is 11.7 miles.

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How do I travel from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica without a car?

The best way to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica without a car is to train which takes 21 min and costs $3 - $12.

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How long does it take to get from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica?

The train from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica takes 21 min including transfers and departs every 30 minutes.

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Where do I catch the Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica train from?

Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica train services, operated by Long Island Rail Road, depart from Atlantic Terminal station.

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Where does the Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica train arrive?

Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica train services, operated by Long Island Rail Road, arrive at Jamaica station.

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Can I drive from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica?

Yes, the driving distance between Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica is 12 miles. It takes approximately 17 min to drive from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica.

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Where can I stay near Jamaica?

There are 1273+ hotels available in Jamaica. Prices start at $100 USD per night.

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What companies run services between Atlantic Terminal, NY, USA and Jamaica, NY, USA?

Long Island Rail Road operates a train from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica every 30 minutes. Tickets cost $3 - $12 and the journey takes 21 min.

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Am I allowed to travel from Atlantic Terminal to Jamaica?

Yes, travel within United States is currently allowed.

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What are the travel restrictions in Jamaica?

Domestic travel is not restricted, but some conditions may apply

  • Face masks are recommended
  • There is a social distancing requirement of 2 metres
  • Domestic border crossings may be subject to approval, testing and quarantine
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What is the national COVID-19 helpline number in Jamaica?

The national COVID-19 helpline number in Jamaica is 800-232-4636.

Do I have to wear a face mask on public transport in Jamaica?

Wearing a face mask on public transport in Jamaica is recommended.

Is it compulsory to practice social distancing in Jamaica?

The social distance requirement in Jamaica is 2 metres.

What should I do if I have COVID-19 symptoms when I arrive in Jamaica?

Make yourself known to an official member of staff and/or call the national coronavirus helpline number on 800-232-4636.

Last updated: 19 Oct 2021
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  • Barclays Center

    Barclays Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. The arena is part of a $4.9 billion future business and residential complex now known as Pacific Park. The site is located at Atlantic Avenue, adjacent to the renamed Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center subway station on the, as well as directly above the LIRR's Atlantic Terminal.

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  • Citi Field

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