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Getting to Newark by Train

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The city of Newark is served by six of NJ TRANSIT's 11 rail lines, making it possible to travel to NJ PAC from dozens of communities throughout New Jersey and the region. NJ TRANSIT's website www.njtransit.com allows you to plan your trip to NJ PAC in a few simple steps, just click on Station to Station.

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From the South

  • The Northeast Corridor offers frequent service from Trenton north to Newark Penn Station. Connections from RiverLINE, Amtrak and SEPTA service can be made at Trenton Station.
  • The North Jersey Coast Line provides direct service from Long Branch to Newark Penn Station, as well as connecting service from points south of Long Branch.

From the West

  • The Raritan Valley Line provides service from High Bridge to Newark Penn Station on weekdays and from Raritan to Newark Penn Station on weekends and holidays.

From the North

  • The Main/Bergen County Lines provide service from Suffern through Bergen and Passaic counties. Customers should connect at Secaucus Junction to Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains for service to Newark Penn Station.
  • Port Jervis Line trains offer service beyond Suffern through Port Jervis, NY.
  • Beginning in late October, the Pascack Valley Line, which provides service through Bergen County to Spring Valley, NY, will expand service to offer evening and weekend service. Customers should connect at Secaucus Junction to Northeast Corridor or North Jersey Coast Line trains for service to Newark Penn Station.

From Midtown Manhattan

  • Frequent, fast service (a 15 to 20-minute trip) is offered on the Northeast Corridor and the North Jersey Coast Line between Penn Station New York and Newark Penn Station.

From the Northwest

  • The Morris & Essex Lines provide service to Newark Broad Street Station from Gladstone and Dover via Summit. Service from Hackettstown is offered on weekdays only.
  • The Montclair-Boonton Line provides weekday service only to Newark Broad Street Station from Hackettstown and Dover via Montclair.

Customer Information

After you arrive in Newark, getting to the NJ PAC is easy. For information to plan or complete your trip, visit Know Before You Go.

For further information on NJ TRANSIT service and fares, visit www.njtransit.com or call 1 (973) 275-5555.