Taking the Train

NJ Transit Rail

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NJ Transit operates an extensive commuter rail network, particularly in northern New Jersey. It offers connections with other rail service, including PATH, MTA, Amtrak, SEPTA, and PATCO.

Train Service in Morris County:

  • Morris & Essex: Morristown Line (schedule)
  • Morris & Essex: Gladstone Branch (schedule)
  • Montclair-Boonton Line (schedule)

Morristown Line and Gladstone Branch both have service to New York Penn Station, Newark-Broad Street Station, and Hoboken. The Montclair-Boonton Line provides service to Hoboken with connections to New York.

www.njtransit.com|  973-275-5555 | (TT) 800-772-2287

PATH Rapid Transit System

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The Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH) operates 24 hours a day between Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken, and Manhattan.

www.panynj.gov/path | 800-234-7284 | (TT) 800-728-4225

NJ Transit Light Rail

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NJ Transit operates three light rail lines. The Newark Light Rail serves Bloomfield, Belleville, Newark Broad Street and Penn Stations, and Downtown Newark. The Hudson-Bergen Line serves Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City, and North Bergen. NJT’s Morristown Line connects with both the Newark & Hudson-Bergen Light Rail lines. The River LINE serves Trenton, Burlington, Riverside, and Camden.

www.njtransit.com | 973-275-5555 | (TT) 800-772-2287

MTA

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The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) operates the network of New York City subway and bus lines. The system can be accessed by New Jersey passengers at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Penn Station-New York, and most Manhattan PATH stations.

www.mta.info | 718-330-1234 | (TT) 718-596-8273

LIRR

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The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) connects the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens to Nassau and Suffolk counties. Many LIRR trains operate from New York Penn Station, allowing convenient transfers from NJ Transit trains.

www.mta.info/lirr | 718-217-5477 | (TT) 718-558-3022

Metro North

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The Metro North Railroad serves five New York counties north of New York City and two counties in Connecticut. Almost all Metro North trains operate from Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal, but their Port Jervis Line and Pascack Valley Line service runs from Hoboken.

www.mta.info/mnr | 800-638-7646 | (TT) 800-724-3322

Amtrak

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Amtrak operates a nationwide passenger rail network, including high-speed Acela service between Boston and Washington, DC. Amtrak stations closest to Morris County are Newark-Penn Station, New York-Penn Station, and Metropark Station in Iselin, NJ.

www.amtrak.com | 800-872-7245 | TTY: 800-523-6590