Yale Frontier Fields Workshop
Shedding light on the dark ages and dark matter

November 12-14, 2014 | New Haven, CT

Getting to New Haven


Rail Service

New Haven Union Station is only a few minutes away from Yale’s campus. Metro North Railroad offers frequent commuter service from New York City and Southern Connecticut. Amtrak offers service to New Haven from Vermont, Providence, and Boston to the north, and from Washington, D.C., to the south, at prices that are competitive with air travel.

By Car

Route 15 (Wilbur Cross/Merritt Parkways)
From the north: Take exit 61.
From the south: Take the Merritt Parkway to the I-95 exit.

Interstate 95
Turn off Interstate 95 at the I-91 North (Hartford-Springfield) exit and continue for a short distance on I-91. Take exit 3 (Trumbull Street).

Interstate 91
Take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street)

Direction to Greenberg Conference Center
391 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511

The Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center is located just to the north of the Leitner Observatory and is connected to Betts House on Prospect Street. There is a large blue Yale sign labeled “Betts House” next to two stone columns that are marked 391 and 393 Prospect Street, respectively. If traveling from the south, this driveway is the second on the right past the intersection of Edwards Street and Prospect Street.

This is a one-way drive that leads to a parking lot immediately to the right of the Center. The lot is in between the Center and Leitner Observatory and does not require a parking pass for guests of the facility. To exit the lot, please drive south towards the Observatory and use their driveway to reach Prospect Street.


Limited parking is available right outside the conference venue and in the nearby lot that serves the Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium.