Livingston is a vibrant, upscale, family-oriented, suburban community located at the western edge of Essex County. An easily accessible locale just off Route 280, Livingston has direct access to the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes, 80, 287, 10, 24/78 & 46. We’re just 25 miles west of New York City, 15 minutes from Morristown, 15 minutes from Newark International Airport. Although truly suburban in atmosphere, Livingston is close enough to these urban centers to present the perfect mix of suburban livings and urban convenience.
Stroll the many stores in and around the Township of Livingston. From small mom-and-pop boutique stores to large, well-known, national brand name establishments. The flavor of the downtown is seen in its diversity, selection of high quality merchandise and service.
With many restaurants and specialty food establishments, your palate choices are substantial and varied. Italian, Chinese and Mediterranean are among the many fine cuisines offered. Weather permitting, several restaurants offer al-fresco dining in the warmer months.
315 Howe Avenue Passaic, NJ
(973) 473-5000 – (877) 200-0170
Fax: (973) 473-5972
Provides commuter service from Livingston into the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, as well as service to Atlantic City
Commuter parking passes for the South Mountain Arena in West Orange; for information, call Essex County Department of Parks, 973-268-3500
PATH Trains: Port Authority of New York/New Jersey Trans-Hudson Trains. Site includes map, timetable.fare and other information
NJ Transit: You may wish to ride the train to NYC from a nearby town, such as Millburn, South Orange, Chatham or Summit.
TUNNELS, BRIDGES & TERMINALS TRAFFIC ADVISORY
Click for the Port Authority update regarding lane closures, construction delays, and other transportation restrictions
Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York: this site lists fares, schedules and other information for New York City subways and buses, the Long Island Rail Road, and Metro-North.
Taking the train to Washington or Boston? Visit the Amtrak website.