Follow the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge to the Grand Central Pkwy. East. Take Exit 9E (I-678) and continue to the Van Wyck Expy. South. Then take Exit 12A onto College Point Blvd., and follow signs to event parking.
Follow the Brooklyn-Queens Expy. (I-278) East to the Grand Central Pkwy. East. Take Exit 9E (I-678), and continue to the RT-25A East/Northern Blvd. East exit ramp, toward Citi Field. Then turn right at the first traffic light onto Shea Rd., and follow signs to event parking.
From Long Island:
Take the Long Island Expy. (I-495) West to Exit 22B. Then turn right onto College Point Blvd., and folllow the signs to event parking.
Take I-95 to the Whitestone Bridge. Continue to the Whitestone Expy. South, and follow the Van Wyck Expy. on the left. Then take Exit 12A toward College Point Blvd. and follow signs for event parking.
Follow I-95 to the Throgs Neck Bridge into I-295. Continue until Exit 4 (LIE/I-495) West. Take I-495 West until Exit 22B toward College Point Blvd. Turn right at the first light and follow signs for event parking.
From Northern New Jersey:
Take the George Washington Bridge to Harlem River Dr. Continue onto the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Then, follow the "From Manhattan" directions, above.
Take the George Washington bridge to the Cross Bronx Expy. Continue onto the Whitestone Bridge, and head to the Whitestone Expy. South. Then take the Van Wyck Expy. on the left. Take Exit 12A toward College Point Blvd. and follow signs to event parking.
From Southern New Jersey:
Follow the Verrazzano Bridge to the Brooklyn-Queens Expy. (I-278) East. Continue to the Grand Central Pkwy. East. Then follow the "From Brooklyn" directions above.
The NYC public transit system offers several options to get to the tournament. For scheduling and addditonal information visit www.mta.info.
Take the 7 train from Grand Central Terminal to the Mets-Willets Point Station.
Services from the Port Authority Bus Terminal will get you within walking distance of the venue.
Take the Long Island Railroad from the Woodside Station to the Mets-Willets Point Station.
In 1997, Arthur Ashe Stadium opened its doors as the primary venue for the U.S. Open. Costing a total of $254 million USD to build, its seating capacity, luxury suites, restaurants, and other amenities make it the largest outdoor tennis venue in the world.
Please be considerate of other guests. Anyone displaying inappropriate behavior will be escorted off the grounds.
Keep in mind that only 1 bag is allowed per person. There's no storage on the grounds, but visitors can keep additional bags at a storage just outside the facility. Bags larger than 12"x12"x16" are not permitted, and all bags are subject to search.
Children who get separated from their group will be taken to the guest services office, on the Court level of Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Guests who need wheelchair-accessible seating can reserve space on two levels of the Arthur Ashe Stadium. If you are visiting the Louis Armstrong Stadium, accessible seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to arrive early. Guests with disabilities will also find accessible restrooms and other services throughout the facility.
Five first aid stations are located throught the grounds. For medical assistance head to any of these posts.
Outside food is not allowed on the grounds, except for medical purposes or for infants. Alcoholic beverages are also prohibited.
Look for Guest Information on the east side of Arthur Ashe Stadium, at the East Gate. US Open Ambassadors are also available throughout the venue.
To turn in or inquire about any lost items head to the guest services office in the Great Hall of Louis Armstrong Stadium, right across from Gates 16 and 17.
The following aren't allowed in the venue:
Arthur Ashe Stadium can accomodate 23,200 visitors.
There's absolutely no smoking allowed on the grounds.