Connected in all the ways we travel
The region’s major north-south and east-west routes, including the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Turnpikes, tie directly into the Interstate 95/295/195 network, which creates a beltway surrounding the City of Trenton. Motorists can choose from multiple access points: Routes 1, 29, 31, 33, 129 and 206, which like the spokes of a wheel, provide quick access to Trenton’s Central Business District and its urban and suburban neighborhoods.
The Trenton Transit Center, with over 300 daily train arrivals and departures, is one of the busiest stations on the Northeast Corridor. NJ Transit’s Regional Rail, Light Rail, and Bus routes provide frequent daily and weekend service to Trenton. Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor lines, including the high-speed Acela line, serve Trenton. SEPTA provides service from Philadelphia to both the Trenton Transit Center and the West Trenton Station and points in between. Taxis and intra-city buses link the station to the Central Business District and local neighborhoods.
Frontier Airlines provides direct flights from the The Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN) to 12 major airports including regional hubs. TTN also serves corporate and private aircraft. Airline passengers flying into both Newark Liberty and Philadelphia International Airports can take mass transit directly to Trenton. Newark Liberty International Airport is a 60 minute drive while the Philadelphia International Airport is a 40 minute drive.