Train Station Map

Orange County in blue
Metro-North Port Jervis Line (commuter rail) stations in orange
Metro-North Hudson Line (commuter rail) stations in green
Airports in gray
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Port Jervis Line
Metro-North Railroad - Operated by NJ Transit
Hudson Line
Metro-North Railroad
Hudson Line
Metro-North Railroad
Amtrak
Amtrak
Operates between Orange County and Hoboken, NJ, with connections to New York City and Newark Liberty Airport.
Click here for schedules and fares, or scroll down the page to learn how to ride.

Port Jervis Line diagram
Port Jervis Line key

From Orange County to New York City:
Change trains at Secaucus, NJ for service to Penn Station NYC

OR
Exit at Hoboken, NJ for PATH trains to 33rd Street or World Trade Center, and for NY Waterway ferries to World Financial Center

From Orange County to Newark Liberty Airport:
Change trains at Secaucus, NJ. Your connecting train must stop at "Newark Airport-EWR" or "EWR" (see TV screens or departure boards).

From Hoboken to Orange County:
When leaving from Hoboken, your train will be a yellow "Bergen Line" or "Main Line" train.

  • Be careful: some trains run all the way to Port Jervis, while others run only as far as Suffern, Harriman, or Middletown. Check maps and schedules carefully before you board the train.
  • From New York City (Penn Station) or Newark Liberty Airport to Orange County:
    When leaving from NY Penn Station or Newark Liberty Airport, board any train stopping at Secaucus (indicated by "SEC" on TV screens or departure boards).
    Then, change trains at Secaucus. Your connecting train at Secaucus must be a yellow "Bergen Line" or "Main Line" train.

  • Be careful: some trains run all the way to Port Jervis, while others run only as far as Suffern, Harriman, or Middletown. Check maps and schedules carefully before you board the train.
  • Ticket types:

  • One-way tickets are valid for travel anytime. Discounted round-trip tickets may not be used on morning peak trains.
  • Discounted 10-trip tickets, weekly passes, and monthly passes are available.
  • Reduced fares are available for senior citizens, passengers with disabilities, and children.
  • To Grand Central Terminal, NYC (Park Ave. and 42 St.)
    and Harlem-125th Street, NYC (at Lexington Ave.)

    Click here for schedules and fares

    Hudson Line diagram

    Newburgh Beacon Ferry
    To Newburgh waterfront - Washington and Front St.

    Newburgh Beacon Shuttle
    To Beacon park-and-ride, Newburgh park-and-ride, downtown Newburgh, and Stewart International Airport

    Arrivals from Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, and points throughout the United States

    Click here for schedules and fares

    Getting to Orange County

    • From New York State and Canada: Ride Amtrak to Poughkeepsie or Croton-Harmon. Arrange for a ride from the station to your final destination, or transfer to Metro-North for the ride to Beacon.
    • From New York Penn Station: Ride a NJ Transit train to Secaucus, NJ. At Secaucus, transfer to a Metro-North train to Port Jervis.
      Or: Take a taxi or subway (uptown 1/2/3 train to Times Square, then S or 7 train) to Grand Central Terminal, and then Metro-North's Hudson Line to Beacon.

    Note: No checked baggage service to or from Poughkeepsie or Croton-Harmon

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