How to get here

Hoboken is a densely-populated, pedestrian-friendly urban oasis with a wide variety of transportation options. Traffic congestion is common and street parking is in short supply and hard to find, so to make a visit as stress-free as possible, visitors are strongly encouraged to leave their cars at home and arrive via one of the many convenient mass transit options available. You won’t need a car to get around in Hoboken once you arrive – we’re only about one square mile in size, so everything is within walking distance.

By Subway: The Port Authority Trans Hudson (PATH) subway offers convenient connections to lower Manhattan, Midtown, Jersey City and Newark. The PATH runs 24 hours a day. Click here for maps and schedule information for the PATH.

By Train: Multiple New Jersey Transit commuter rail lines go to Hoboken Terminal: Main/Bergen-Port Jervis Line, Montclair-Boonton Line, Morristown Line, North Jersey Coast Line (limited service), Pascack Valley Line, Gladstone Branch, Raritan Valley Line (limited service). Service via other NJ Transit and Amtrak trains is available by transferring at Pennsylvania Station in Newark or New York Penn Station to the PATH. Click here for NJ Transit’s website.

By Light Rail: The three Hudson-Bergen Light Rail routes connect the waterfront communities of Hudson County. The line from West Side Avenue (Jersey City) to Tonnelle Avenue (North Bergen) has stops at Second Street and Eighth Street in Hoboken. The other two lines terminate at Hoboken Terminal and begin at Tonnelle Avenue (North Bergen) and 22nd Street (Bayonne). The Hoboken Terminal to Tonnelle Avenue line also stops at Second and Eighth Streets in Hoboken. Click here for information on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.

By Ferry: NY Waterway ferry service from Manhattan is available to Hoboken Terminal and 14th Street. Service to Hoboken Terminal is available from the World Financial Center and Wall Street, Pier 11. Service to 14th Street in Hoboken is available from West 39th Street and the World Financial Center. Click here to visit the NY Waterway website.

By Bus: New Jersey Transit bus routes from the Hudson Place bus terminal include the 22, 64, 68, 85, 87, 89 to destinations within Hudson County and 126 from the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Click here for NJ Transit bus schedules.

By Bike: If you live nearby, visiting Hoboken by bike is a great option. Hoboken is a bike-friendly city that is expanding bike lanes and bike racks throughout the City. Hoboken’s flat terrain and compact geography make it ideal for visiting by bike. Bicyclists must obey all state and local automobile driving laws.

By Car: If you will be driving to Hoboken, be prepared for traffic congestion and limited on-street parking. Visitors may only park on the “Permit Parking Only” side of the street which is marked by white signs with green text for a cumulative total of up to 4 hours per day. Moving your vehicle to a new on-street location will not reset the 4 hour limit. The side of the street with green signs and white “Residential Permit Parking” is for residents only. Additionally, several public municipal garages are available for visitors. Two garages are located in the heart of downtown Hoboken at 21 2nd Street and 215 Hudson Street. A midtown garage at the Hoboken University Medical Center is available at 371 4th Street. Click here for additional information on on-street and garage parking options for visitors.

Plan Your Trip
You can plan your trip to Hoboken using Google Transit, which includes schedules for all NJ Transit rail, bus and light rail lines, PATH, and MTA services in New York. Click here to use Google Transit.