is there any trail or transporting from cherry hill to NY NY 49th street & park ave?

I need to go NY NY 10017 from Deptford NJ 08096. what is the easier way to go over there by car or to take transportaion

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  • 1 decade ago
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    My friend there are 3 ways to get from Cherry Hill (the closet town to Deptford Township) to 49th Street and Park Avenue.

    Option 1

    Step 1: take NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line eastbound from Cherry Hill to Lindenwood.

    Step 2: transfer at Lindenwood to the PATCO High Speed Rail Line. Take the PATCO westbound to the Walter Rand Transportation Center.

    Step 3: at the Walter Rand Transportation Center, transfer to the River Line service. Take the River Line from the Walter Rand Transportation Center to Trenton.

    Step 4: at Trenton, transfer to the Northeast Corridor Line or Amtrak's Regional Service to Penn Station New York.

    Step 5: at Penn Station New York, transfer to the New York City subway. Take the uptown (northbound) #1, 2 or 3 trains (Red Line) from Penn Station to Times Square-42nd Street.

    Step 6: at Times Square, transfer to the 42nd Street Shuttle. Take the shuttle one stop to Grand Central. Please mind the gap between platform and train at Times Square as the station is curved.

    Step 7: at Grand Central, transfer to the uptown (northbound) #6 train (Green Line). Take the #6 train from Grand Central to 51st Street.

    Step 8: when you exit the subway at 51st Street, walk 2 blocks south along Lexington Avenue to 49th Street, and then 1 block west (away from the East River) to Park Avenue.

    Option 2:

    Step 1: take the NJT Atlantic City Line from Cherry Hill to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.

    Step 2: at the 30th Street Station, transfer to the SEPTA Regional, Take the R7 line from 30th Street to Trenton.

    Step 3: at Trenton, transfer to the NJT Northeast Corridor Line or Amtrak's Regional Service to Penn Station New York.

    Step 4: at Penn Station New York, transfer to the New York City subway. Take the uptown (northbound) #1, 2 or 3 trains (Red Line) from Penn Station to Times Square-42nd Street.

    Step 5: at Times Square, transfer to the 42nd Street Shuttle. Take the shuttle one stop to Grand Central. Please mind the gap between platform and train at Times Square as the station is curved.

    Step 6: at Grand Central, transfer to the uptown (northbound) #6 train (Green Line). Take the #6 train from Grand Central to 51st Street.

    Step 7: when you exit the subway at 51st Street, walk 2 blocks south along Lexington Avenue to 49th Street, and then 1 block west (away from the East River) to Park Avenue.

    Option 3

    Step 1: take the NJT Atlantic City Line from Cherry Hill to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.

    Step 2: at the 30th Street Station, transfer to the Amtrak's Regional Service to Penn Station New York.

    Step 3: at Penn Station New York, transfer to the New York City subway. Take the uptown (northbound) #1, 2 or 3 trains (Red Line) from Penn Station to Times Square-42nd Street.

    Step 4: at Times Square, transfer to the 42nd Street Shuttle. Take the shuttle one stop to Grand Central. Please mind the gap between platform and train at Times Square as the station is curved.

    Step 5: at Grand Central, transfer to the uptown (northbound) #6 train (Green Line). Take the #6 train from Grand Central to 51st Street.

    Step 6: when you exit the subway at 51st Street, walk 2 blocks south along Lexington Avenue to 49th Street, and then 1 block west (away from the East River) to Park Avenue.

    I hope this information is very helpful. Good luck and enjoy you trip.

    Native New Yorker

  • 1 decade ago

    Car would be crazy! Traffic going into city is crazy.

    Take the train. Quicker and less stress. You'll take the train to 42nd and 8th (port of authority is what the stop is called) and then there are cabs you can take right outside the door waiting for passengers from the trains.

    Http://www.NJTRANSIT.com

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