Section: The drive is about 4 hours.
Section: Take I-90 West, then take the Mass Pike or I-95 North to the New York State Thruway South and then to the I-90 West to Chicago.
Takeaway: You can fly via United Airlines from NY to Chicago for about $500 roundtrip with a layover in Newark.
It takes roughly 4 hours by car.
The most direct route is to take I-90 East, the Mass Pike, Mass Turnpike, or I-95 North to the New York State Thruway South and then to the I-90 West to Chicago.
If you’re looking for a direct route, the most natural way is to take I-90 East and then take the Mass Pike, Mass Turnpike, or I-95 North to the New York State Thruway South and then to Chicago.
If you’re looking for speed, this is your best bet. It’s also one of the fastest routes, with an average speed of 73 mph on both highways combined (I-90 East & West).
If you want the cheapest price tag on tolls (and there are few places where they are more affordable than here), this is also your best bet. These two highways’ average price per mile is $1.21 per mile! And since it’s so close together and there aren’t any toll booths involved like other interstates in New York State, no extra fees will come out of your pocket when driving between these two states by taking this route instead!
And finally, if safety isn’t paramount when traveling through traffic jams such as ours during rush hour times, then definitely choose this option because it has been rated highest out of all other options available currently available today due to its ease-of-use while still being very safe once getting onto either highway lanes.”
You can fly via United Airlines from NY to Chicago for about $500 roundtrip with a layover in Newark.
If you’re flying via United Airlines, the closest major airport is Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. The drive from NY to Chicago is about 9 hours and costs around $500 roundtrip with a layover in Newark.
Suppose you’re looking for an even cheaper option. In that case, a train goes from JFK to Union Station—the base of operations for Amtrak trains—and then to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). The trip takes about 6 hours and costs about $200 one way if booked well in advance (which is no surprise; it’s hard getting tickets when there isn’t much demand).
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