Known unofficially as the crossroads of New Jersey, Woodbridge stretches over 26 square miles in northern, Middlesex County. Ideally located between the major cities of New York and Philadelphia, residents of Woodbridge take pleasure in easily accessible transportation options, whether it is by land, rail or air.
Automobile travel is easy through the New Jersey Turnpike and U.S. Highways 1, 9 and 287, along with Route 440, which provides drivers a link to bustling New York City through Staten Island. Woodbridge is also intersected by the Garden State Parkway, also known to New Jersey natives as simply, “The Parkway.: This 172 mile stretch of parkway spans dot entire length of New Jersey, making local and statewide navel trouble-free.
Rail commuters can access both Amtrak and New Jersey Transit to meet trawling needs‑both found through the extensive Metro Park Station in nearby Iselin, with the local Woodbridge station serviced by New JerseyTransit as well. New Jersey Transit manages the state’s commuter rail grid, which runs 11 lines in three divisions. New Jersey Transit also oversees a substantial bus network consisting of intrastate .and interstate commuter routes.
Nationwide and international air travel is available through nearby Newark Liberty International Airport ‑just over a 7 0‑mile drive from Woodbridge. Accessible by the New Jersey Turnpike, U.S. Highways 1 and 9 and Interstate 78, Newark Liberty, which transported over 35.7 million passengers in 2006, is serviced by approximately 50 scheduled airlines.