The daily ritual for many Chappaqua families is getting the kids ready for school but also getting mom and/or dad ready for work. In addition to wonderful schools and other amenities, a major reason many families choose to call New Castle home is the ease of the commute into the city. With so many working in midtown and downtown, it’s an added bonus that Metro-North Railroad offers daily service from the Chappaqua Station to Grand Central Terminal in less than an hour. In addition, having the convenience of the station here makes it a snap to take a day or evening off to enjoy everything the city has to offer including Broadway and year-round events. In addition, there’s no waiting list for resident parking.
Metro-North Railroad is the second largest commuter railroad in the nation and operates more than 85 trains to and from the Chappaqua Station on weekdays–and more than 60 on weekends. All three main Metro-North Lines (the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines) run north out of Grand Central, which has been completely restored and redeveloped as a retail hub.
West of the Hudson River, Metro-North’s Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Lines provide service to Orange and Rockland Counties. So for almost anywhere you need to go from Westchester County–Metro-North can get you there!
Courtesy of Town of New Castle and Metro-North Railroad