Middlesex County Transportation Information

When you need the latest in dependable Middlesex County transportation information, we at the Central Jersey Convention & Visitors Bureau are always here to help. We can assist you with finding the appropriate bus and rail services. While there’s a Central Jersey Regional Airport in Hillsborough, travelers from greater distances will use Newark Liberty International Airport, which is less than 25 miles from New Brunswick. Drivers will find the area easily crossed by Interstates 95 and 287.

For inter-city travel, Coach USA offers coach service with daily trips to and from New York City and Philadelphia. Amtrak provides long-distance rail service with its Northeast Regional, Vermonter, and Keystone lines. These lines stop at Metropark or New Brunswick, but each stop is not always scheduled on every run, so do your research first. Find out more from the Amtrak website.

New Jersey Transit provides commuter rail service and public city buses for Middlesex County. Our area is served by the Raritan Valley, North Jersey Coastline, and Northeast Corridor rail lines and bus routes 810–819. The buses serve each of the county’s townships. If needed, “Keep Middlesex Moving” has shuttles to transport commuters to bus and train stops, and the NJDOT provides senior and disabled bus service. A great resource for travel in and around Middlesex County is the official county website.

If you have any questions about the preceding Middlesex County information, give us a call anytime at the Central Jersey Convention & Visitors Bureau. In addition to Middlesex County, we can help you with transportation information about Monmouth, Mercer, Somerset, and Union Counties. We are conveniently located in New Brunswick, NJ and are always ready to help you.

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