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Transit Information

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NJ Transit Train Schedule PATH Prudential Center Webpage


Take the Train to Prudential Center
  From the: South I West I Northwest I North I East I Light Rail I Walking from Penn Station I General Information

Traveling to Prudential Center by Public Transit 

Mass transit conveniently services Devils fans from locations around New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia via the train on NJ Transit, PATH, and AMTRAK.

Located at the corner of Mulberry Street and Edison Place in Newark, Prudential Center is just a two block walk from Newark’s Historic Penn Station and a short bus ride from Newark Broad Street Station.

Restaurants and many businesses in Newark’s downtown and Ironbound districts are within walking distance from Newark Penn Station and are located along the Newark Light Rail system, which connects Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station.

From Newark Broad Street Station to Prudential Center

The complimentary shuttle service from Newark Broad Street Station to Prudential Center has been discontinued.

Alternatively, customers can ride Newark Light Rail between Newark Broad Street and Newark Penn stations. Prudential Center is located two blocks west of Penn Station. Light Rail service operates approximately every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 20 minutes on weekends. One-way light rail fare is $1.35 and tickets must be time-stamped before boarding.  Customers using weekly or monthly rail passes can ride Newark Light Rail at no additional charge. Click here for more information

NJ TRANSIT Bus Route Nos. 13 and 27 provide service between Newark Broad Street Station (bus stop located on Broad Street) and Prudential Center.  One-way bus fare is $1.35 (exact change required).  Customers using weekly or monthly rail passes can ride the bus at no additional charge.  Buses serving Prudential Center will display "PRU CTR" on destination signs and operate approximately every ten minutes in the evening and every 15-20 minutes late night and on weekends.

 
From the South
By NJ TRANSIT
The Northeast Corridor offers daily service between Trenton and Newark Penn Station. SEPTA connections are available at Trenton Station for customers from the Philadelphia area.

The North Jersey Coast Line provides daily service between Bay Head and Newark Penn Station.

From the West
By NJ TRANSIT
The Raritan Valley Line provides service from High Bridge to Newark Penn Station on weekdays, and from Raritan to Newark Penn Station on weekends and holidays.

From the Northwest
By NJ TRANSIT (rail and bus)
The Morris & Essex Lines provides daily service to Newark Broad Street Station from Gladstone and Dover via Summit.

The Montclair-Boonton Line provides weekday service only to Newark Broad Street Station from Hackettstown via Montclair.

Customers requiring an elevator to access street level from the Broad Street station should travel to the Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station at Secaucus Junction and connect with a Northeast Corridor or North Jersey Coast Line train to Newark Penn Station. Elevators will become available at Newark Broad Street Station in 2008.

From the North
By NJ TRANSIT
Simple rail connections are available at Secaucus Junction from Bergen, Passaic, Rockland and Orange counties via the Main, Bergen County and Port Jervis lines. Prudential Center customers should connect with a Northeast Corridor or North Jersey Coast Line train at the Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station at Secaucus Junction for service to Newark Penn Station.

From the East
Midtown and Lower Manhattan/Hoboken/Jersey City
By NJ TRANSIT
Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains provide daily service between Penn Station New York and Newark Penn Station, an approximate 17 to 20-minute trip. Prudential Center is a two-block walk from Newark Penn Station.

By PATH
Just minutes from Newark Penn Station, PATH provides service every 10-15 minutes for arena-goers from Manhattan, Hoboken, and Jersey City. 

Traveling by Light Rail
Newark Light Rail operates between Broad Street Station (adjacent to the Newark Broad Street Station) and Newark Penn Station and between Grove Street Station in Bloomfield and Newark Penn Station. Parking is available at Grove Street Station, however, spaces are limited during normal business hours on weekdays. Prudential Center is within walking distance of Newark Penn and Military Park stations.

Walking from Newark Penn Station to Prudential Center
Prudential Center is just two blocks from Newark Penn Station. Look for directional signs at the station to guide your walk.

From train platforms
Follow signs to a stairway at the end of the platform leading to Market Street. At the bottom of the stairs bear left and walk two blocks to Mulberry Street. Turn left on Mulberry Street. Prudential Center will be on your right.

From the Main Waiting Room
Exit the station at Market Street, walking along Raymond Plaza West and turning right on Market Street. Walk two blocks to Mulberry Street and turn left. Prudential Center will be on your right.

From Newark Light Rail
Take the escalator to the main level and follow signs to the waiting room. Exit the station at the Market Street exit, following the directions noted from the main waiting room.

From the bus lanes
Walk along the pedestrian walkway adjacent to the station building until you reach Raymond Plaza West and turn left. Turn right when you reach Market Street and walk two blocks to Mulberry Street. Make a left at Mulberry Street. Prudential Center will be on your right.

Or enter the station and follow the signs to the main waiting room. Exit the station at the Market Street exit, following the directions noted for the main waiting room.

Tickets, Fares and Customer Information
For more information on services and fares to Prudential Center on NJ TRANSIT, visit njtransit.com or call
(973) 275-5555. For details on PATH visit panynj.gov. or call (800) 234-PATH (7284).

Helpful Tips
•    Purchase your rail ticket prior to boarding if ticket vending machines or ticket agents are available to avoid a $5 surcharge onboard.
•    Buy your return trip ticket before going to Prudential Center to save time.
•    Use your round trip rail ticket or pass to travel for free on connecting light rail service to Newark Penn Station or bus service to the Prudential Center.
•    All buses serving Prudential Center and Downtown Newark require exact fare. One dollar bills and most U.S. coins are accepted. Bus operators cannot make change. If you are not using a rail ticket or pass to travel on connecting bus service, be sure to check NJ TRANSIT’s website or a bus schedule to determine the fare prior to traveling.

Station and Parking Information
For information about NJ TRANSIT stations or park & rides, including a list of accessible stations for people with disabilities, go to njtransit.com.

Parking
Parking is limited at most stations on weekdays until approximately 6 p.m. If you are traveling before that time, consider having someone drop you off at a station or travel from a station with a large parking area such as:
•    Ramsey Route 17 Station (Main Line)
•    Montclair State University Station (Montclair-Boonton Line, no service on weekends)
•    Summit Station (Morris & Essex Lines)
•    Bridgewater Station (Raritan Valley Line)
•    Metropark Station (Northeast Corridor)
•    Hamilton Station (Northeast Corridor)
•    Grove Street Station (Newark Light Rail)



Take the Bus to Prudential Center
From the: South I West I Northwest I North I Hudson County I Downtown Newark

From the South
By bus
No. 62 Newark – Woodbridge – Perth Amboy

From the West
By bus
No. 1 Newark
No. 5 Kinney
No. 13 Broad Street – Clinton Avenue
No. 21 Main Street
No. 25 Springfield Avenue
No. 27 Mount Prospect
No. 34 Market Street
No. 39 Chancellor Avenue – Kearny Avenue
No. 41 Park Avenue
No. 59 Plainfield – Newark
No. 65 Newark – Somerville
No. 66 Newark – Mountainside
No. 70 Newark – Livingston Mall

From the Northwest
By bus
No. 11 Newark – Willowbrook
No. 28 Newark – Montclair State – Willowbrook
No. 29 Bloomfield Avenue
No. 72 Newark – Paterson

From the North
By bus
No. 13 Broad Street – Clinton Avenue
No. 27 Mount Prospect
No. 76 Hackensack – Newark

Hudson County
By bus
No. 1 Newark
No. 39 Chancellor Avenue – Kearny Avenue
No. 40 Kearny – Jersey Gardens

Downtown Newark
Buses serving Newark Penn Station
Upon arriving at the station, it is only a short walk to Prudential Center. Routes serving Newark Penn Station are:

No. 1 Newark
No. 5 Kinney
No. 21 Main Street
No. 25 Springfield Avenue
No. 28 Newark – Montclair State – Willowbrook
No. 29 Bloomfield Avenue
No. 34 Market Street
No. 39 Chancellor Avenue – Kearny Avenue
No. 40 Kearny – Jersey Gardens
No. 62 Newark – Woodbridge – Perth Amboy
No. 70 Newark – Livingston Mall
No. 71 Newark – West Caldwell
No. 72 Newark – Paterson
No. 73 Newark – Orange – Livingston
No. 76 Newark – Hackensack
No. 79 Newark – Parsippany Express
No. 108 Newark – New York

For more information about NJ TRANSIT service and fares, visit www.njtransit.com or call (973) 275-5555.