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NYC Airporter Express Shuttle Buses stop just outside of the baggage pick up area at each LaGuardia Airport terminal. Grand Central Terminal (41st Street between Lexington Avenue & 3d Avenue) - In front of 140 E. Pennsylvania Station is the main hub for subways and railways coming in and out of New York City. Coming down escalators form the main street, like many other subway systems, you enter into a massive cavern.
But as we got closer to the central Amtrak area, I found a few 24 hour restaurants, a bunch of homeless, and a waiting area, “exclusively” for people with Amtrak tickets.
Multiple times I got in and out of the “exclusive area” without the ticket checker so much as looking up from the TV show playing on his or her tablet, phone, or mini TV.
I, like many others, refused to look at or acknowledge them, and just keep pretending to be asleep with my jacket covering my head. As for the seat themselves, they seem to be set up to purposely make you as uncomfortable as possible.
The only redeeming thing about Penn Station is that there was an ample selection of food services and a few 24 options.
But if I were to need a night in the city before a train ride again, I would probably do what I did this time, go out with a friend and wander the streets until I’m exhausted then attempt faint rest in Penn Station until I can have good sleep on the train.


At first glance it would seem that if they had real ticket checkers at the waiting areas they could have comfortable seating without the homeless problem.
I can see how Penn Station could be kind of an intimidating mess but its safer than it seems. The reason it is set up like that with extremely uncomfortable seating is because years ago, Penn Station (and most other transit giants, like Grand Central and Port Authority) were filled with homeless people. I don’t understand how the trains are so much better than the lounge…but I am happy that that lounge is NOT better than the trains!
Doesn’t it just get to you how purposefully uncomfortable they try to make waiting areas? Maybe it’s just a cost issue and getting as many seats for the high quantity of traffic is more important, but wouldn’t you rather have people feeling happy about their experience? I find it more odd that a 24 hour waiting lounge (which will obviously have overnight travelers) is so anti-overnighters, but maybe that is so the ticket checkers can just stay on their portable tv’s and not actually have to do their job – making sure the people entering the waiting areas actually have tickets!
It is a huge underground maze of track lines and the place to catch a cheap and comfy ride to DC, upstate, Boston, or anywhere else the rail system goes. Which I was extremely tempted to do, but at the point I really noticed them some rail cops were wandering around, due to the awesome angry teens and the need to move the homeless sleeping next to the ticket windows (which were getting ready to open), and to scoot out the obvious thieves who were wandering the lobby scanning for sleepers they could steal from. I expected the hallways to be dirtier, the reception area to be more inviting, and the entirety to be much more secure.


The nice(r) side of the waiting area wasn’t as bad comfort-wise – but even less secure (at least the first side of the waiting area semi checked to see if I had a ticket-like thing in my hand once.
Whether it’s a good option is totally up to you, but it is not a $200 a night room or $50+ a night hostel dorm. She never fully looked at me, and I never had anything remotely ticket-ish looking in my hand. I decided to go freshen up, grab some coffee at Dunkin Donuts (oh how a Dunkies can make things so much better!) By the time I caffeinated, the other half of the waiting area was starting to fill with people so I made my way into this side where I could lay more comfortably and charge my laptop and phone. I did expect homeless people waiting out the night and elements inside, and that’s fine, but I didn’t think that the waiting area would be so sketchy, AND so terribly uncomfortable! I was still assuming there would be benches, or rows of chairs you could easily lay across, or a carpeted floor like the airport waiting rooms. The only way to lay down was to out my feet on my suitcase in front of me, turn half-sideways in the seat, and use the armrest as a makeshift prison pillow.
I used my jacket as a blanket (and head covering) and attempted to keep my suitcase and backpack under me in a way that I could feel them, in case any of the lovely and demanding beggars tried to lift them.




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