"Much of what makes urban cities like New Brunswick attractive to live in is the appeal of leaving the car behind and enjoying life on foot."
- Cheryl Sarfaty, NJBIZ
New Brunswick is a transit-oriented city. New Brunswick is well served by mass transportation and is easily accessible from all major destinations in and around New Jersey.
Newark Liberty International Airport is easily accessed from The Hub via the New Jersey Turnpike. NJ Transit also offers easy train-to-plane access to the airport thru rail service from the New Brunswick Train Station directly to the Newark Airport Rail Station. Regional airports also include JFK International airport (50 miles), LaGuardia Airport (48 miles), and Philadelphia International Airport (68 miles).
Newark Liberty International Airport
The New Brunswick Train Station is situated across the street from The Hub, via a skybridge. With over 125 trains servicing the station daily, it supports over 6,000 riders each day. Located on the Northeast Corridor Train Line for NJ Transit and Amtrak, the station serves as a major commuter stop.
NJ Transit Train
The city enjoys extensive bus service to surrounding areas as well as connections to major metropolitan areas. NJ Transit services New Brunswick with 5 bus lines utilizing stops located downtown. In addition, Rutgers operates an extensive free bus service between Piscataway and New Brunswick.
NJ Transit Bus