Parking and Transit Information


In the wake of hurricane Sandy, NJ TRANSIT is making every effort to recover all of its transit services and provide travel alternatives for customers.  To assist students if their regular service has not resumed, they are operating emergency shuttle bus/ferry service into Newark, Weehawken and Midtown and Lower Manhattan.

For these emergency service schedules, many of which are free, click here.

There also are many bus routes that provide connections from rail stations and neighboring communities throughout the state. Check your options using the links below for information on our website.

  • For a list of NJ TRANSIT bus routes by town, click here.
  • For a list of NJ TRANSIT bus routes serving NJ TRANSIT rail stations, click here.

Additionally, NJ TRANSIT will provide the most current service information via the My Transit alert system (sign up at, which delivers travel advisories for your specific trip by email or text message. Service updates are posted on our NJ Transit's facebook and twitter pages.

NJ Transit Service Updates: Rail and Light Rail Service


The pick-up/drop-off points of the Penn Station shuttle are Newark Penn Station, near the Greyhound bus stop and in front of Boyden Hall on University Avenue on the Rutgers’ campus. NJIT members can access the University Avenue bus stop by either walking through the Rutgers’ campus or utilizing the CHEN shuttle.

The Penn Station CHEN Shuttle will run beginning at 7 am for the remainder of this week.

Live Route Map

Campus Parking

Commuting students who normally use rail transit to get to campus may, throughout this week, obtain FREE daily parking passes at the NJIT Parking Office, located across from the deck at 131 Summit Street.

For a map, go to and click “Parking” at the top of the map.