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The total driving distance from New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA is 94 miles or 151 kilometers.
Your trip begins in New York, New York. It ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
You can also calculate the cost of driving from New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA based on current local fuel prices and an estimate of your car's best gas mileage.
If you're meeting a friend, you might be interested in finding the city that is halfway between New York, NY and Philadelphia, PA.
Planning to fly a plane instead? You might be more interested in calculating the straight line distance to fly from New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA.
The distance between New York and Philadelphia is short but the amount of time to drive from New York to Philadelphia would depend on the time of the day and the traffic and weather conditions.
Be prepared with cash in hand if you don’t have the E-ZPass for toll charges. According to E-ZPass website, E-ZPass is an electronic toll collection system that allows you to prepay your tolls. This will help you save time since you are eliminating the need to stop at the toll plaza.
Another issue to think about if you are driving to Philadelphia is parking. Philadelphia has thousands of metered parking spots throughout the city, good for only an hour or two. For longer parking time go for one of the many parking garages throughout the city.
According to VisitPhilly.com/parkingdeals, on Wednesday evenings metered parking is free in the Center City after 5 p.m. and on the rush hour streets it’s free after 6:30 p.m. Parking is free on all major holidays (Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving, Easter, 4th of July, Labor Day and Memorial Day). And every Saturday between Thanksgiving and Christmas, all metered parking is free after 11 a.m.
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