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The Village of South Orange has been designated by NJ Transit as an official Transit Village. This designation recognizes that South Orange is committed to maintaining an attractive, vibrant, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood where people can live, shop, work, and play without relying on automobiles.

The South Orange Train Station, and NJ Transit bus stop, are mere steps away from SOPAC. We encourage you to ride the train or take the bus for a convenient and relaxing ride to SOPAC. Visit www.NJTransit.com for schedules, fares, and to map your itinerary.

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South Orange is a quick 35-minute ride from New York City’s Penn Station via the express Midtown Direct Train on the Morris & Essex line.

When you get off the train, descend the stairs from the center of the platform to the train station lobby and exit to the right. Continue to turn right in order to walk under the train trestle. SOPAC will be immediately to your right after you are out from under the train trestle.

Elevators from the train station platform open under the trestle and there are access ramps available for use as you make your way to SOPAC.

Trains run regularly weekdays, weekends, and evenings. Visit www.NJTransit.com for schedules, fares, and to map your itinerary.

NJ Transit Bus

The 92 Orange Crosstown bus line runs between Newark’s Branch Brook Park City Subway Station and the South Orange Train Station.

The 107 bus line runs between New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal and Sloan Street in South Orange.

Visit www.NJTransit.com for schedules, fares, and to map your itinerary.