Visit Newport Today
Visit Newport Today
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Visiting Newport is easy! Ideally located between two major downtowns and surrounded by convenient transportation hubs, all roads and rails lead to Newport. A perfect place to find your waterfront office, or stop by to shop, and perhaps relax for a long weekend of exciting entertainment.
Newport’s on-site PATH subway station provides daily convenient service to Wall Street, Greenwich Village, Midtown Manhattan, and NY Penn Station; Hoboken’s NJ Transit train and ferry terminals, and Newark’s business district. Trains operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and even operate on 3-minute frequencies during rush hours, making for a simplified commute to Manhattan.
The Hoboken Terminal is one of the New York Metropolitan Area’s major transportation hubs located within walking distance from Newport. It is served by nine NJ Transit (NJT) commuter rail lines and one Metro-North Railroad line. Trains lead to other major transportation hubs such as Secaucus Junction and Newark Penn Station, and almost every train-accessible town in the Tri-State Area.
List of train routes:
Bergen County Line
Port Jervis Line
Pascack Valley Line
BetMGM Meadowlands Rail Line (event service)
Morristown Line and Gladstone Branch of the Morris and Essex Lines
North Jersey Coast Line (limited service)
Raritan Valley Line (one inbound morning weekday train only)
The North/South Hudson Bergen Light Rail Service throughout New Jersey has a station located right here right in Newport. It offers surface transportation in Jersey City, and stretches from North Bergen to Bayonne, with convenient access to bus lines and PATH stations along the route, as well as connection to NJ Transit at Hoboken.
Newport features convenient access to the NY Waterway Ferry services at both Hoboken Terminal and Paulus Hook Terminal. Both terminals run seven days a week and provide transportation to West 39th Street, Pier 11 at Wall Street, and Battery Park City.
There are five NJ Transit bus lines serving the Newport area — Routes 63, 64, 68, 86, and 126 — providing convenient access to Jersey City and neighboring municipalities.
Did you know the exit to the Holland Tunnel opens directly into Newport? The community also has direct access to the Pulaski Skyway, the New Jersey Turnpike, US Routes 1 and 9, and Interstate 78. Newport has mobile parking meters, and garage parking at five locations across the community.
Offering views of the Manhattan skyline, this Jersey City hotel is located in the waterfront financial district, just 3 minutes from the Newport PATH train station, which travels through New York City.
Located minutes from Manhattan in downtown Jersey City, NJ, Courtyard Jersey City Newport combines convenience and comfort for a restful stay in the city.