Travel and Transportation

Campus Map

While NYU’s “city campus” extends beyond the boundaries of Greenwich Village to the upper East side, downtown Brooklyn, the Health Corridor of First Avenue in the 30s (and beyond), SPS classes are held primarily at three locations:  the SPS flagship building at 7 East 12th Street; the NYU Midtown Center at 11 West 42nd Street, and the Woolworth Building at 15 Barclay Street. 

NYU Bike Share

If you’re a member of the NYU community and over 18—faculty, students, and staff—you don’t have to pay to bike in New York City.  NYU has its own bike share program.  Fill out a registration form, take a competency quiz, adhere to a few rules, and soon you’ll be on your way. 

NYC Transit

The New York City transit system is the best and most efficient way to get around town and operates 24/7.  The Metropolitan Transit System (MTA) runs the subway, train and bus systems.  Stop by a token booth and ask for a free subway map.  (And while the City has lots of Ubers and taxis, many celebrities can still be spotted traveling the subways.)