Getting to your destination is easier than ever when you travel the New Jersey Transit and Greyhound Lines. Operating a large fleet of buses, NJ TRANSIT and Greyhound operate an extensive bus network of intra and interstate routes throughout New Jersey and into New York and Philadelphia. The system serves the region's commercial centers with commuter runs to and from Manhattan, Newark, Jersey City, Trenton, Camden, Atlantic City, and Philadelphia.
Hitting the open road you will find these major highways will get you where you need to be, whether traveling to any of the surrounding cities, Jersey Shore, or North Jersey.
The Garden State Parkway runs the entire eastern coast of New Jersey allowing visitors easy access to the famous 'Jersey Shore'
Interstate 295 crosses the twin span Delaware Memorial Bridge to the south, then parallels the New Jersey Turnpike. It serves the South Jersey suburbs of Philadelphia, before ending up on Trenton's half-beltway.
At its southern end, Interstate 295 meets Interstate 95 near Interstate 495 in Delaware.
The NJ Turnpike links the state from north to south.
Route 78 links the eastern parts of Pennsylvania directly east to the New Jersey Turnpike as well as Newark Airport.
Route 287 runs north through New Jersey into New York State.
Traveling to and from South Jersey is a piece of cake! Conveniently located right outside of Philadelphia, South Jersey is only a quick ride over the bridge and down I-95 to the Philadelphia International Airport. Whether flying for work or play, South Jersey's easy accessibility to a major hub airport makes traveling simple.
Atlantic City Rail Line: provides direct commuter rail service between Philadelphia's 30th Street Station and Atlantic City. Local stops include Cherry Hill, Lindenwold, Atco, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City, and Absecon. There is free parking at all stations. Service is provided daily.
Northeast Corridor: NJ TRANSIT's Northeast Corridor runs between Trenton and New York Penn Station. There is a branch line connecting Princeton with Princeton Junction. Some trains provide connections with trains to Hoboken. Service is provided daily.
River LINE: NJ TRANSIT's River LINE runs from Camden's waterfront to downtown Trenton, providing connections to buses, NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak trains to New York, and PATCO to Philadelphia. Fourteen of the twenty stations offer parking. Parking is free with the exception of the Trenton Station. Service is provided daily.dfasdfasdfas df as df asdf