US Open Tennis Facility: Use mass transit to make your trip to the US Open convenient and cost-effective.
Subway: The 7 train provides service from Grand Central Terminal to Mets-Willets Point Station, including connections for all Metro-North Trains from Westchester and Connecticut. Service is also available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Long Island Rail Road: LIRR provides easy service to Mets-Willets Point Station from Woodside, and convenient connections from Penn Station for New Jersey Transit customers. For guests with disabilities, get off the LIRR train at 61st Street-Woodside Station and transfer to the 7 train. Take the 7 train to Mets-Willets Point Station.
The MTA website, mta.info, provides complete schedules and information about the most convenient ways to get to the US Open.
To save time, we recommend that you use either the Grand Central Parkway exit 9E or Whitestone Expressway Exit 13D or Long Island Expressway Exit 22B – College Point Blvd. From there you will directed by NYPD to the parking areas.
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Due to schedule conflicts with the New York Mets and anticipated traffic conditions, we strongly recommend that all US Open attendees utilize public transportation on specified conflict dates. 2021 conflict dates will be updated closer to the start of the tournament.
The Drop-Off and Pick-Up Location for the NYC MTA’s Access-A-Ride Program at the US Open is located at the Bus Drop-Off/Pick-Up Location. Please refer to the map for the location.
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (“Center”) is accessible. Accessible vertical access is provided via ramps and elevators, with escalators offering additional convenience for ambulatory guests. Wheelchair-accessible seating is provided off both the lower and upper concourses of Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and the Grandstand Stadium, off the concourse of Court 17 and at each of the field courts. All accessible seating is subject to availability. All seating in Arthur Ashe Stadium is reserved. Seating in Louis Armstrong Stadium and Grandstand Stadium is both reserved (lower concourse) and available on a first-come, first-served basis (upper concourse). Seating in all other venues is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The US Open will accommodate disabled guests and up to three companions in designated accessible seating areas, subject to availability. Additional companions may be accommodated in nearby available seating. If you need assistance of any kind during the tournament call Client Services at 718-760-6363
Enjoy local and seasoned seafood creations by Innovator Restaurant Associates and creator of Ed’s Chowder House, Ed Brown, with sushi prepared by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. You can also enjoy Aces’ flavorful and sumptuous cuisine in your suite with an Aces Suite Package. Join us for lunch, dinner or after the matches.
Animals other than service animals are not permitted inside the Center. Service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. Within the seating venues, service animals will be required to rest in the seating area of the individual with a disability and may not rest in or block aisles. A guest whose service animal poses a threat to the safety of other guests and employees, whose animal is not housebroken or whose animal does not remain under the guest’s control may be asked to escort the animal off the premises.
ATMs are located convientely throughout the grounds. You can find an ATM at any of the following locations: