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Maps, Directions & Parking

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get to Rutgers University–New Brunswick. Whether you’re looking for Alexander Library on the College Avenue Campus or High Point Solutions Stadium on the Busch Campus, we will help you reach your destination.

Getting Here Is Convenient

Situated at the center of the Northeast Corridor that runs from Boston to Washington, D.C., Rutgers–New Brunswick is 41 miles from New York City and 66 miles from Philadelphia. It’s easy to get here.

By car: Nearby highways include the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway; Interstate highways 1, 287, 95, and 78; State routes 18 and 130.

By rail: New Jersey Transit operates a major station in New Brunswick on the Northeast Corridor line; the station is a short hop from a main Amtrak rail station at Metropark in Iselin.

By bus: New Jersey Transit and Suburban Transit provide regular daily service, both local and to New York and Philly.

By air: New Brunswick has excellent train connections to Newark Liberty International Airport—a major East Coast air hub with many direct flights domestically and abroad. New York’s John F. Kennedy (J.F.K.) and LaGuardia airports are also accessible via car and public transportation.

By bike: The New Jersey section of the East Coast Greenway passes through Rutgers–New Brunswick.

Where’s My Bus?

Get real-time campus bus arrival information, updated at regular intervals, with NextBus. Satellite technology and advanced computer modeling track individual vehicles on their routes. Learn more.

Search for Rutgers–New Brunswick Buildings

Looking for information on a particular classroom, library, or any other building? Just use our Building Search. Type the name of the building, choose the Search Buildings button, and you’ll be directed to its address, rooms, and points of interest nearby.

Directions and Maps

Rutgers–New Brunswick’s five campuses are located within easy reach of several major highways, including the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, Route 1, and Route 287. The Turnpike provides easy access to Rutgers–New Brunswick for many visitors. To reach campus from the Turnpike, take Exit 9, then bear right after the toll booths and follow signs for Route 18 North–New Brunswick. Stay to the left to continue on Route 18 North. Follow these detailed directions to the five campuses of Rutgers–New Brunswick from nearby highways:

Built on the Google Maps platform, these maps allow you to zoom in for a closer look, get directions, and more. Click on your building destination to get:

  • its street address;
  • units located in the building;
  • a bird’s eye view of your destination.

Campus Buses and Shuttles

Rutgers–New Brunswick offers campus buses and shuttles to all students on all five campuses. Visit the Campus Buses/Shuttle Service page to review the schedules and routes to help you along your way.

Parking and Transportation

All five campuses of the Rutgers-New Brunswick community are accessible by car, campus bus, or public transportation. The links below will help you find your way around campus and answer any questions you might have before you embark on a tour or head out to your next class.

Current bus schedules, parking lot and parking permit information, and other details about parking and transportation at Rutgers–New Brunswick.

If you are not affiliated with Rutgers University and are planning to visit the campus, this page will give you all the information on where you should park and how to obtain a temporary permit for your visit.

Wondering where to park on campus? Visit the parking page, and you can find maps displaying the lots available and their hours of operation.

Going out for a bite to eat or taking in a show at one of New Brunswick’s many hot spots? The parking locator will help you find the closest parking lot near your destination.