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Old 09-07-2007, 12:22 PM
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I am going to work in Secaucus and occasionaly I may have to go to NYC a few times. It appears I have to take Route 23 to 46 to 3. How are those routes in terms of traffic? Is there any reliable public transportation I could take? How good is pequannock in terms of quality of life? Where are all the stores in or near Pequannock?
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Old 09-07-2007, 12:42 PM
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Pequannock is a very nice town. The main problem is that it's not very easy to get to. No direct routes from the area you are talking about. Traffic in the morning in Northern NJ is horrendous. New Jersey has more people per square mile than any other state in the country and most of the overcrowding is in Northern NJ. Plus our roads are old, outdated and poorly marked. You can check the New Jersey transit web site for all relevant information regarding public transportation. I know there is train service in Wayne which is nearby Pequannock. You could drive it but give yourself at least an hour.
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Old 09-07-2007, 05:56 PM
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Great little area off route 23......on 23 going North great diner, The Pompton Queen Diner.........been going there since 1961 when it was just a small dumpy diner. Traffic heading South towards Wayne is horrible and even on Route 3 in the mornings its not the greatest. Good Luck
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Old 11-05-2007, 10:45 PM
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We did the opposite move 5 years ago. Pompton Plains to South Jersey.

The previous reply says it all. Everything you need is in Wayne NJ. The mall, tons of stores. PP is more quaint.
THe schools were good, the downtown area is dated. They could make it so quaint. The revitalized the pequannock area a few years ago, added some plants, pavers and trees it looks better, but, be careful it floods. Buy in PP if you can afford to.
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