Take the Northeast Corridor New Jersey Transit line from New York Penn Station in midtown Manhattan to New Brunswick, with journey time between 40 and 65 minutes, depending on whether the train is local or express. Exit at the rear of the train. To reach Hill Center from the New Brunswick train station by Rutgers campus bus (free, with no university ID required) take the
Alternatively, take a taxi[*] from the train station, with fare about $10.
Busch campus classrooms are less than a 5-minute walk from the Hill Center bus stop.
To reach the New Brunswick train station from the Hill Center by bus take the
Alternatively, call Victory
Cabs, (732) 545-6666, for a taxi to take you from the Hill Center bus stop
(a 10-minute wait during off-peak hours) to the
train station, about a 10-minute ride.
Visit New Jersey Transit for the train schedule between New Brunswick and New York Penn Station, Manhattan. Alternatively, CoachUSA/Suburban Transit provide an express commuter bus service between New Brunswick and the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan, with a bus stop at the PNC bank, opposite the train station.
For guest parking passes, please contact our Program Administrator.
For driving directions to the parking lot on Frelinghuysen Road opposite the Hill Center via Google maps or GPS, please use the "Directions to the Department" advice at the top of the Department of Mathematics travel directions page; do not use the 110 Frelinghuysen Road address with Google maps or satellite navigation systems, as it is incorrectly located on those maps and navigation systems. To reach the parking lot off Brett Road, just behind the CoRE building (adjoining the Hill Center), with GPS or Google maps, please use directions to 98 Frelinghuysen Road or follow the Department of Mathematics own travel by car directions.
By far the most convenient airport for visitors to New
Brunswick is Newark
International Liberty Airport, a 30-minute ride to New Brunswick
a New Jersey Transit commuter train. Olympic Airporter
provides shuttle, shared ride, and private car service between
locations in New Jersey and the main regional airports, Newark,
[*] Please be aware that during rush hour in the morning or evening, there can be a wait of 10 minutes or more for taxis and drivers may ask you to voluntarily share a ride with another passenger, though you are entitled to ask for your own cab.