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Old 05-14-2013, 07:54 PM
 
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Hi everyone,

Before I ask the question, I want to thank anyone who may provide any input in this question. I am currently working King of Prussia, PA and my girlfriend works in Rockefeller Center in New York City. We are thinking of a midpoint where we both can go to work as easy as possible. We were exploring the plainsboro area as well as the south brunswick area. Specifically, it would be nice to have a bus that goes directly near her job, however that may not be the case. I found through Coach USA line 300, they have frequent buses from exit 8A park and ride to NYC. The questions are the following:

1. Anyone has any recommendations for apartments (1 bedroom, small dog) between $1000-1500 within plainsboro or south Brunswick area?

2. Is it hard to find parking in exit 8A ?

3. Are there any pther bus lines/company that runs between plainsboro/south brunswick to NYC?

Again thank you!
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:06 PM
 
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depending on where you are, you can use nj transit train from princeton jct (west windsor). the only other buses from there (i think) are local routes to new brunswick, princeton, princeton junc., perth amboy and trenton. if you look closer toward princeton junc, you'll find the avalon princeton Avalon Princeton Junction, West Windsor - Trulia which starts at $1380, and has a pool and a fitness center. plus, it is a 4/5 min drive to the princeton junc. train to the city. and, the 612 bus stops outside avalon and runs to the station. since bus is included in your nj transit month pass, you won't have to park at station (http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0612.pdf). and to drive to king prussia, you just take rt1 south to trevose and take pa tpk.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:13 PM
 
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I recommend one you find a job closer to the other one's job. You are going to have two terrible commutes.
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