Parking in New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Parking Authority is happy to help you with parking needs throughout New Brunswick City Center. The NBPA website covers information on Juror Parking, Handicapped Parking, Off-Street Parking, On-Street and Meter Parking, and more.

NBPA PARKING LOCATOR
The NBPA Parking Locator is a great tool that quickly acquaints you with the location of all parking facilities throughout New Brunswick. A friendly interface enables you to find information about the lots nearest to your destination.

NBPA CONTACT NUMBERS
New Brunswick Parking Authority: (732) 545-3118
Handicapped Parking Information: (732) 545-3118
Snow Parking Hotline: (877) 462-7669 or (877) 4NB-SNOW
Alternate Side Parking: (877) 462-7669
Parking Violations Department: (732) 745-5089

Getting to New Brunswick

Centrally located at the heart of all the main transportation routes of New Jersey, New Brunswick is affectionately known as the HUB city. It's easy to connect here by car, bus or train.

BY CAR
New Brunswick is easily accessible from many major NJ highways including Routes 1, 18, 27, 130, 171, 287 and 95 (New Jersey Turnpike). Visit Google Maps for exact driving directions.

BY TRAIN
New Brunswick is served by New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor Line, which serves NYC, Newark & Newark Liberty International Airport, Elizabeth, Princeton, and intermediate points to Trenton and beyond. The New Brunswick train station is also served by the Amtrak Northeast Regional and Keystone train, connecting you to Washington, DC, Boston, and other major cities throughout the United States.
For New Jersey Transit information visit www.njtransit.com or call 800-772-2222.
For Amtak information, visit www.amtrak.com or call 800-872-7245.

BY BUS
New Brunswick is served by several New Jersey Transit bus lines.
For New Jersey Transit bus information visit www.njtransit.com or call 800-772-2222.

Tailgate "City Center Style" for Rutgers Football

Before, during, and after every home game City Center transforms into "Scarlet Knights City."  City Center venues are livelier than ever with fans and alumni indulging in the Scarlet Knight spirit. Feed the crew at one of our great restaurants or eateries, meet up with friends at a local pub, or extend the good times with a live performance or an overnight at one of our great hotels!

FREE SHUTTLE BUSES
Free shuttle buses depart regularly beginning three hours prior to kick-off at the New Brunswick Train Station Albany Street Bus Stop (located next to the taxi cab waiting area) and return up to three hours after the game. Look for the "Shuttle Bus" signs. PLEASE NOTE: The return bus trip will stop at the Rutgers Student Center on College Avenue. There will be a dispatcher on hand tol inform those traveling back to the New Brunswick Train Station or the Cook/Douglass campus. A short connecting shuttle will take you to your return location. Call 1-800-626-RIDE for more information.

GAME DAY PARKING AT CITY CENTER
Parking is available at the Wellness Deck located at the corner of Paterson St. and Joyce Kilmer Avenue or the Gateway Garage located on Wall Street near the corner of Easton Avenue. For more information on available lots, click here to visit the New Brunswick Parking Authority.

Click here to find out more about attending the game at High Point Solutions Stadium. - Go RU!