"The tri-state area metro" New Jersey Transportation Tip by katmag

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The tri-state area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) have a fantastically accurate and extensive rail network, which means that you can get almost anywhere by train. Of course, once you're there, you'll probably need a car, but not necessarily so if you stick to the big cities. The interstate trains are called Amtrak, and you can see their schedules and routes by going to www.amtrak.com. You can even take a cross-country train trip!
I live in New Jersey, and don't have a car, so i pretty much get everywhere i need to go by train, or bus. you can see the schedules and routes for these two modes of transportation by going to www.njtransit.com

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  • Updated Mar 26, 2003
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