New York is a city to visit at least once in a lifetime. The Manhattan Skyline is a necessary step, to enjoy it to the fullest, go to the Brooklyn Bridge, and wait for the sunset and consequently the light show.
New Jersey is a must visit for anyone who goes to America. The Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty are component part of a circuit that is almost obligatory for the tourist who travels for the first time in New York.
Here are the available modes of transport from New York to New Jersey.
New York To New Jersey By Bus
The distance between New York to New Jersey is 18 km. If you’re travelling by bus, take the New Jersey Transit (Line 108) from Port Authority Bus Terminal that is bound to Park Place bus station. The travel time is 40 minutes at a cost of US$3. For details, visit: http://www.njtransit.com/
If you choose to drive; the travel time is 15 minutes.
New York To New Jersey By Train
If you’re travelling from New York to New Jersey by train, take the Amtrak Acela Express (Line Keystone and Northeast Regional). The travel time is 15 minutes and the one way ticket costs US$90. To get the full details of railway transport from New York to New Jersey, visit: http://tickets.amtrak.com/itd/amtrak
New York To New Jersey By Plane
There is no commercial flight for this route.