Interested in moving to Bayonne, NJ but worried about your commute to Manhattan? Don’t worry! There are a number of different ways, from ferry to subway, to get to the Big Apple. Here are all your options for getting to NYC from Bayonne.
No car? No problem! One of the perks of living in the metro of one of America’s most walkable cities is that a car is completely optional. Here are some public transportation options available to residents of Bayonne.
NJ Transit Bus
Bus service is provided to NJ Transit Bus and runs on three major thoroughfares: Broadway, Kennedy, and Avenue C. The Broadway line buses offer transportation only within the city, while the Avenue C and Kennedy Boulevard buses connect to Jersey City.
The Hudson Bergen Light Rail connects Bayonne with Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, and North Bergen. There are four stops on the Hudson Bergen Light Rail in Bayonne, 45th Street, 34th Street, 22nd Street, and 8th Street. These connect to major stations in Jersey City, like Exchange Place and Newport, where PATH service is available to Manhattan.
While there are no PATH stations located in Bayonne, it is convenient to several major PATH stations in the Jersey City area, which may be reached by bus or Light Rail.
The closest ferry terminals to Bayonne are the Port Liberte Harbor and the Liberty Harbor, which are most easily reached by car (parking available on-site). The most convenient ferry terminal reached by public transit are Paulus Hook, which can be reached via Light Rail via the Exchange Place station, and Hoboken Terminal, which also has a Light Rail station.
Driving to Manhattan
Bayonne’s major roads include the Jersey Turnpike, Route 440, and Kennedy Boulevard. It is located near the Holland Tunnel, which connects Jersey City to Lower Manhattan. It is also home to the Bayonne Bridge, which connects Bayonne to Staten Island, and the Newark Bay Bridge, which connects Bayonne to Newark and the Newark Liberty International Airport.
Want to Know More About Life in Bayonne?
If you’re considering buying a home in or relocating to Bayonne, then it’s time to contact me! I know all about the area, and I want to help you learn more, from commuting to public schooling options to businesses and services in the area. Give me a call at 201-858-0288 and let’s get started!