Planes, trains and automobiles, whichever method you’re using to get here you may need some direction. Everything below will hopefully give you the best and easiest way(s) to get to Apex!
Here are some links and numbers that are useful in helping you find your best route.
|New Brunswick Taxi Information|
|Victory Cabs||(732) 545-6666|
|A-A Checker Cabs||(732) 545-2300|
|NJ Transit||Amtrak||Greyhound||Suburban Transit|
|Google Maps||Rutgers Maps & Directions|
We have worked out a deal with the Hyatt for shuttle transportation back and forth to the venue at different times. See below:
9:30 AM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
Continuous Loop until 5:30 PM
7:30 AM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
8:30 AM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
Continuous Loop until 10:00 AM
11:30 AM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
Continuous Loop until 1:30 PM
3:30 PM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
Continuous Loop until 4:30 PM
7:00 AM Hyatt -> Rutgers Student Center
Continuous Loop until 2:00 PM
Arriving via air
The nearest airports from nearest to farthest to the venue are the following:
Newark Liberty International(EWR), is the closest airport to Rutgers University and a 30 to 40 minute drive to the venue. For more information see google maps for specifics. After getting off at the airport, there are available trains from Newark to
John F. Kennedy International Airport(JFK), located in Jamaica, Queens NY and is accessible to NJ via train and bus. The ride from the airport to the venue is approx. 1hr and 5min. For more specifics please visit google maps.
Please note the following: these are estimations taken from google maps and doesn’t account for traffic and other modes of transportation.
Arriving via bus
The best way to find out your itinerary is to check out NJ Transit and check the schedules from your stop to New Brunswick.
Arriving via car
The nearest highways include the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway; Interstate highways 1, 287, 95, and 78; State routes 18 and 130. Please check the websites for detailed information on tolls, traffic information and more.
Arriving via train
If you are traveling from New York City or Newark Airport, take the NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Line train and exit at the New Brunswick station.
Amtrak serves New Brunswick station. It offers an express train that is slightly faster; however, the cost of a ticket (>$27) is greater than the cost of an NJ Transit train ($13.50). For those traveling from Baltimore and other points south, the Amtrak is a good option, and some travelers from as close as Philadelphia may also choose Amtrak in order to have a one-train trip and avoid having to change from the Philadelphia-area SEPTA trains to NJ Transit in Trenton. Taken from Wiki Travel.