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Old 01-08-2008, 05:46 PM
 
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Can someone comment on
- Driving to Newark from Warren / Basking Ridge area? (time estimate / traffic ) during peak hours ~8.00 am est
- Parking at Newark
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IS there any other alternative way to travel to NYC - Midtown from Warren / Basking Ridge

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Old 01-08-2008, 08:45 PM
 
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Can someone comment on
- Driving to Newark from Warren / Basking Ridge area? (time estimate / traffic ) during peak hours ~8.00 am est
- Parking at Newark
-
IS there any other alternative way to travel to NYC - Midtown from Warren / Basking Ridge

Thanks
Depends on where in Warren, but let's guestimate the distance at about 25 miles. From anywhere in Warren, you should be able to get to 78 pretty quickly, and that's the best road to take to Newark Penn Station. During rush hours, I'd say allow 45 to 50 minutes, but on some days you'll make it in 35. The alternative is to go to one of the many train stations that you can get to faster than Newark. The closest to most places in Warren will be the Millington Station, which is on the Morris/Essex line of NJ Transit. From some places in Warren, you might be closer to the Gillette, Stirling, or Berekeley Heights stations, but they're all on the same line. Theoretically, you could go south, across Rt 22, and take the Raritan Valley Line, getting on at the Dunnellen station, but I don't think that line is as fast or frequent.
Basking ridge is a bit further west, so add 5 to 10 minutes for MOST of Basking Ridge. That also adds a few train stations to the list of possibilities, (Basking Ridge & Lyones)but again, they're all on the same Morris Essex line.

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