As more home buyers leave the city for the better price points and quiet of suburbia, commuting time is a high priority issue. Whether commuting to Manhattan, one of the boroughs, Connecticut, or New Jersey, Westchester is centrally located. Find out more about the traveling by rail and road here.

June 14, 2012
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

Train Power….The power of Metro-North…

These train lines transport commuters from all over the county to Grand Central Station in mid-town Manhattan.
September 1, 2011
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

Fotos on the Fly – Tarrytown Train Station – Tarrytown NY

People often ask me - what do you look for in a neighborhood. One thing I look for is capital investment. Right now the Hudson River water front in Tarrytown and nearby Sleepy Hollow are showing signs of new life.
July 16, 2011
Tappen Zee Bridge at night

The Tappan Zee – A Bridge Too Slow…

I was looking up at at the Tappan Zee Bridge I saw the long snaking trail of cars and trucks at a dead standstill. I could feel their misery.
January 27, 2011
Train leaving Irvington NY For GCS

The Metro-North Commute for Lower Westchester – Focus on the Hudson Line

Commuting to NYC and all that it entails is one of the top issues on the minds of most buyers in Westchester NY. The Westchester to Grand Central Commute is literally the envy of the tristate area.
January 17, 2011
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

The Metro North Commute for Lower Westchester – Focus on the Harlem Line

The Harlem Line passes through the central towns and cities of Westchester County. During off-peak hours there are three trains northbound to Westchester and three trains southbound to Grand Central Station.
January 9, 2011
Irvington Train

The Metro-North Commute for Lower Westchester – Focus on the New Haven Line

The New Haven Line - (or the red line) begins in Grand Central Station in mid-town Manhattan and stretches to New Haven CT. The first stops are in Westchester County featuring the cities and towns located along the Long Island Sound.