Transit World Series fans heading to Queens encouraged to take mass transit The 7 train traveling through Queens. Photo Credit: Flickr/IntExp7 By CRISTIAN SALAZAR email@example.com October 29, 2015 9:41 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email The biggest event in baseball is going to bring the biggest traffic mess Queens has seen in a very long time. Officials are encouraging crowds flocking to the three World Series games at Citi Field to take mass transit, either via the subway or the Long Island Rail Road. The Mets and Kansas City Royals play games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the stadium. Here's how to get to the games: The No. 7 train stops at the Mets-Willets Point stop next to the Jackie Robinson Rotunda. Officials called it the "fast, convenient and 'green' way to to travel to the game." For LIRR riders, the best bet is to head to Penn Station, Woodside and all station on the Port Washington Branch for direct travel to Citi Field. Fans from Long Island, southern Queens or other LIRR branches can change trains at Woodside, a five-minute ride from the ballpark. By CRISTIAN SALAZAR firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Mets players in the movies, on TV: Some of our favorite appearancesThese 7 performances by the boys in blue and orange are pretty Amazin'. World Series tickets at Citi Field top $1,000With the Mets on the verge of their first World Series since 2000, ticket prices ... Mets reach World Series after sweep of CubsDaniel Murphy, the Most Valuable Player of the NLCS, lashed four hits. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.