Travel Tips

Getting There

Via Train

  • New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor line provides New Brunswick with both local and express service between Penn Station in New York and Newark and Trenton, New Jersey. (For information, 1-973-275-5555).

  • SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) provides service at Trenton and to and from Philadelphia. (For information, 215-580-7800).

  • Amtrak provides limited direct service to New Brunswick, however, connections can easily be made via New Jersey Transit trains to principal Amtrak stations at MetroPark, New York, and Trenton. (For information, 1-800-USA-RAIL).

 

Via Bus

 

New Jersey Transit Bus Routes (For information 1-973-275-5555):

  • 810 New Brunswick-Woodbridge - Service between New Brunswick (Somerset Street and George Street near the New Brunswick Train Station) and Woodbridge (Woodbridge Center).

  • 811 New Brunswick-South River - Service between New Brunswick (St. Peter's Hospital) and South River (Jackson between Wilson/Raritan). This route also has a stop at Somerset Street and George Street near the New Brunswick Train Station.

  • 814 New Brunswick-Edison - Service between North Brunswick (Fashion Plaza Mall) and Edison (Middlesex County College) with a stop at Somerset Street and George Street near the New Brunswick Train Station.

  • 815 New Brunswick-Woodbridge - Service between New Brunswick (Somerset Street and George Street near the New Brunswick Train Station) and Woodbridge (Woodbridge Center) with a stop in New Brunswick at Burnet Street and Tunison Road.

  • 818 New Brunswick-East Brunswick-Old Bridge - Service between New Brunswick (Somerset Street and George Street near the New Brunswick Train Station) and Old Bridge (Civic Center). This route also has a stop in New Brunswick at Burnet Street and Tunison Road.

 

Nearby Attractions
RESTAURANTS

Rutgers College Ave Campus is located right next to New Brunswick, making it convenient for exploring and provides a variety of dining options. It is the home of the famous 1977 Stromboli restaurant, Stuff Yer Face, along with Chinese cuisine, Middle Eastern cuisine, Mexican cuisine, and so much more! 

CULTURE

Hub City, or New Brunswick, New Jersey, is one of the most popular areas in NJ. This city continues to grow and modernize into the 21st century while still maintaining some of its historical roots, including Queen’s College, founded in 1766 and later renamed to Rutgers University in honor of Henry Rutgers. Attendees will experience everything that Rutgers has to offer from its rich history to its cultural diversity as well as its new developments across the Banks of the Raritan.

Getting Around Rutgers Campus
TO THE HOTEL

WALKING DIRECTIONS FROM NEW BRUNSWICK TRAIN STATION

  • Head southeast on Easton Ave toward Albany St.

  • Turn left onto Albany St. (walk 0.1 mile)

  • Turn right onto George St. (walk 0.2 mile)

  • Turn right onto Livingston Ave (Heldrich will be on the left)

DRIVING DIRECTIONS – from the Heldrich to the Morris Street self parking garage (10 Livingston Ave to 70 New Street)

  •  Depart RT-171 / Livingston Ave toward New St 

  •  Turn left onto New Street 

  •  Arrive at 70 New St, New Brunswick, NJ 

  •  The last intersection is George St / CR-672. If you reach Neilson St, you've gone too far.

 

WALKING DIRECTIONS – from self parking garage to the Heldrich (70 New Street to 10 Livingston Ave)

  •  Depart New St toward George St / CR-6720 

  •  Turn right onto RT-171 / Livingston Ave 

  •  Arrive at 10 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick, NJ on the right 

  •  The last intersection is New St. If you reach Monument Sq, you've gone too far. 

 
TO THE COOK AND DOUGLASS CAMPUSES

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Proceed 3.5 miles down River Road and exit right onto Route 18 South after the traffic light at Landing Lane. Cross the Raritan River on the John Lynch Memorial Bridge.

 

Follow signs for Commercial Avenue and stay right when Route 18 splits. Make a right at the Commercial Avenue exit. Yield to traffic and then merge onto Commercial Avenue. Move to the left lane and make a left at the second traffic light onto George Street.

 

At the first traffic light (Nichol Avenue), you will be on the Douglass Campus, with the Douglass Student Center at that intersection.

 

For the Cook Campus, make a right onto Nichol Avenue and follow signs to that campus.