PATH light rail and NJ Transit trains operate frequent service from New York’s Penn Station to Newark’s Penn Station. Amtrak trains and Greyhound buses also serve Newark’s Penn Station.
PATH Information: (201) 216-2677, www.panjny.gov/path
NJ Transit Information: (800) 772-2222 / (973) 762-5100, www.njtransit.com
Walk to Seton Hall Law from Penn Station by taking the street-level exits to Raymond Plaza West. Turn right and go ½ block to Raymond Boulevard. Turn left and cross McCarter Highway at the next intersection. Seton Hall is across Raymond Boulevard to your right. Law School entrance is mid-block on Raymond.
Pick your favorite highway and take it to either the New Jersey Turnpike or the Garden State Parkway.
NJ TURNPIKE, EXIT 15W: Follow I-280 West to Exit 15. Take Route 21 South (McCarter Highway) 1/4 mile to Raymond Boulevard and turn right. Seton Hall Law is on your right.
GARDEN STATE PARKWAY, EXIT 145: Follow I-280 East to Exit 15. Take Route 21 South (McCarter Highway) 1/4 mile to Raymond Boulevard and turn right. Seton Hall Law is on your right.
If you are traveling from Newark International Airport by car: There is substantial road construction on the major roadways around Newark International Airport. Even if you are familiar with the area, you will need to allow extra time and read signs carefully. Signs and re-routed roadways seem to change almost daily.
You may take the NJ Turnpike North and follow the above directions, or follow signs for Route 21 North into downtown Newark. When you pass Market Street and see the Gateway Hilton ahead to your right, get in the far left lane and turn left at the next intersection--Raymond Boulevard. Seton Hall Law is to the right after you turn.
Seton Hall Law does not have its own parking facility; however, we recommend the:
LAZ Parking at One Newark Center - adjacent to Seton Hall Law. Proceed past the Law School on Raymond Boulevard and turn right onto Mulberry St. Then turn right onto the Laz Parking Garage. After parking, use the exit on Level C to get to the Law School.