Travel & Transportation

New York City Official Guide

  • Which airports are most convenient for the event?
    • If you are flying into NYC for Frankie 100, you have three options:
      • John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK)
      • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
      • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
    • All of the airports have buses, subways or trains that link them with New York City.
  • What’s the best way to get to and from the Airport?
    • It all depends on how quickly you want to get to your destination and how much money you want to spend, but generally speaking the Frankie 100 team recommend’s NYC’s public transit.
    • If arriving or departing from EWR check out this link.
  • How should I get around NYC during the event?
    • The Frankie 100 team recommends the NYC public transit system. At the time of this update, an unlimited seven day pass is available for $30.00 USD. However for the most accurate and up to date transit information, please visit the New York City Official Guide.
  • Is it safe to walk around alone at night in these neighborhoods?
    • While we can’t guarantee your safety, all of the Frankie 100 organizers including those who don’t live in New York City all feel confident about walking around New York City. However, if you feel uncomfortable we suggest sticking with friends or taking taxis which are quite reasonably priced in NY.
  • I’m driving in, what should I do with my car?
    • If you are driving in to NYC, we suggest that you leave your car at the place you are staying.  ie.  the Hotel or your host’s place. New York is most easily accessed by public transit or by foot.   For more information, please visit the New York City Official Guide.

If you have any further questions, please email travel@frankie100.com.  We’ll try our best to provide an answer, but please make sure to refer to the New York City Official Guide for the best expert information. If we receive many of the same questions, we will post the answer(s) here.