The Regional Center

 

 

The Regional Center...

    • is a highly developed tract along one of New Jersey's major transportation corridors bisected by U.S. Route 206, U.S. Route 202, U.S. Route 22, NJ State Route 28, and I-287.

    • includes the county seat and county library and is home to the only medical center and only regional mall in Somerset County.

    • incorporates mixed commercial uses and residential neighborhoods.

    • is served by three Raritan Valley Line rail stations, two New Jersey Transit bus lines, one private bus line (Trans-Bridge), two Somerset County-operated shuttles (CAT), five Somerset County SCOOT bus routes, and Link 23 bus route operated by Hunterdon County. More information about these services can be found at RideWise under “Bus & Rail.”

    • The Regional Center provides direct rail connections to Newark’s Penn Station with connections to New York City and the Amtrak Northeast Corridor. The highway system provides Interstate access to Manhattan in one hour, Philadelphia in just over one hour, Washington in three hours, and Boston in four hours.