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Dr. Manish Parashar TASSL Director

Dr. Shantenu Jha RADICAL Director

Address

We are located on the Busch campus of Rutgers University, New Brunswick:

6th Floor
CoRE building
94 Brett Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854

The following travel information may be helpful when visiting the area.

Parking

Transportation by Air

Transportation by Train

Transportation by Bus

Hotel Information

Driving Directions to the CoRE Building

RU Visitors Information

Downtown New Brunswick

 

Parking


You can park in lots 64 and 60B outside the CoRE building. You will need a parking permit for your car. You can obtain this from the NSFCAC@RU staff.

 

Transportation by Air


For a more details see Local Transportation @ Rutgers. Travel schedules, prices, and availability changes frequently. Please contact the carrier for current information.

We recommend air travel to the Newark, New Jersey International Airport (EWR). Kennedy (JFK) and LaGuardia (LGA) the other New York airports are also used, but they add at least two hours travel time and considerable expense.

From Newark Airport to NSFCAC@RU:

The NJTransit Northeast Corridor Line now offers convenient train service from Newark International Airport to Metropark, New Brunswick, Princeton Junction, and other stations. For details, see NJTransit's interactive schedule and fare site.

Shuttles from Newark Airport may be reserved through the Olympic Airporter Shuttle Service . Fares are approximately $39 one way; estimated travel time is one hour.

State Shuttle is a shared van service. Call 800-427-3207 (US), 732-542-6505, or 973-729-0030 to make a reservation. Reservations should be made 24 hours in advance and require a credit card. To make reservations on-line, go to the State Shuttle Web site: http://www.stateshuttle.com/

TaxiCab service at the airport: To NSFCAC@RU: ask for Busch Campus of Rutgers University; located in Piscataway. Ask the driver to enter on Metlars Lane (See Driving Directions to the CoRE Building ). Cost (2008) about $75.00. In the US, tipping cab drivers a dollar or two is standard.

By Car From Newark Airport: Take NJ Turnpike (Toll Road) South from Airport. Get off Turnpike at Exit 9 to Route 18 N and follow directions at Driving Directions to the CoRE Building . Alternately, take Exit 10 to 287 North and follow directions at Driving Directions to the CoRE Building .

From Newark or Kennedy Airport:

Princeton Airporter drops passengers at the East Brunswick Hilton. A cab can be taken from there to area hotels or the center. Call 1-609-587-6600 (or 1-800-385-4000 from all of US) for schedule information. To make reservations on-line, go to the Princeton Airporter web site: http://www.goairporter.com/

Call State Shuttle 1-800-427-3207 for schedule information. To make reservations on-line, go to the State Shuttle Web site: http://www.stateshuttle.com/

From LaGuardia or Kennedy Airports:

Carey Bus Lines ; Contact: 718-632-0506 or 1-800-678-1569 (US only). Carey Bus Lines to Port Authority in New York; take bus from there. Carey Bus Lines to Grand Central Station in New York; taxi to Penn Station in NY; and take train (see below) from there. 

Or Grayline Air (bus) Shuttle (1-800-451-0455) to Newark Airport. TaxiCab from there.

General Ground Transportation: 1-800-AIR-RIDE - New York Port Authority information to and from JFK, LaGuardia and Newark Airports

 

Transportation by Train


Regular train and bus schedules can be found at the New Jersey Transit website . The Newark/New Brunswick train route is serviced by the Northeast Corridor Line.

Visit Amtrak on the WWW. Another site from Cyberspace World Railroad has detailed schedules. See also the Unofficial NJ Transit commuter train schedules - look under the Northeast Corridor. Rutgers Info also offers information on Trains to and from New York

From New York, NY or Newark, NJ.

From Penn Station in New York City; or from Penn Station in Newark, Ride to New Brunswick on Amtrak or New Jersey Transit. New Jersey Transit costs less and is more frequent. Taxi services are familiar with University area. Ask for CoRE Bldg (behind Hill Center, on Busch Campus). Otherwise, two blocks behind station are Campus Bus Services. "Behind" is a bit confusing; ask a student where to catch a campus bus.

Contact: Amtrak: 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245) in US or Canada (Use an international travel agent from other places.) Cost between New York and New Brunswick is $18.00 one-way.

Contact: New Jersey Transit - 1-800-772-2222. NJ Transit is more frequent. Cost (NJ Transit in 1998): $7.75 one-way and $11.50 round-trip. Trains run from about 4:00 am to midnight, every half-hour on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

From Philadelphia

From 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, use SEPTA train to Trenton, NJ; transfer to NJ Transit and proceed as above. Amtrak is a costlier option.

 

Transportation by Bus


From New York City, Port Authority.

Suburban Transit Bus Lines. Call: 732-249-1100. Buses leave from Port Authority gate #420 every half hour up to 11:00 PM; last bus at 1:00 AM. Buses arrive at the New Brunswick train station; proceed by taxi or campus bus as above. From New Brunswick, buses depart on the quarter hour from the railroad station.

 

Hotel Information


 

The Heldrich (2.5 miles from CoRE building)
10 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(866) 609-4700

The Hyatt Regency
2 Albany Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(732) 873-1234

The University Inn (On Rutgers Campus) (732) 932-9144 press 1 for reservations.

The Hilton East Brunswick (732) 828-2000
Three Towers Center Blvd
E. Brunswick, NJ 08816
High-Speed Internet
By Exit 9 on the New Jersey Turnpike

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites (732) 247-6800
4 Tower Center Blvd
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
By Exit 9 on the New Jersey Turnpike

Ramada Inn (732) 246-3737
999 Route One
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Located on Rt. 1 corridor

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