Transfers from Jersey City
Jersey City (do not confuse with the State of New Jersey) is the second largest in the state by number of population (247,597). It refers to New York Metropolitan area and therefore is under strong New York City influence. Still the Jersey City has its own economic and cultural peculiarities. In particular the number of major banks like Chase Manhattan Bank, Merrill Lynch, Charles Schwab and notorious Lehman Brothers operates on this area. Strong economic impact has also the Port of New York and New Jersey, namely Port Jersey and its container terminal.
About 30% of New Jersey’s territory is water, but still there are no transportation problems. Except the significant rail system, New Jersey is connected with Manhattan with the ferries. Speaking of the motor ways, one should not forget about the expressways. New Jersey Turnpike (I-78) and Pulaski Skyway connect New York City and New Jersey with Newark and Newark Liberty International Airport via the Route 440 and the Holland Tunnel. I-495 connects New Jersey with New York (Manhattan and Queens) via the Lincoln tunnel. The approximate distance between New Jersey City and Manhattan is about 10 km, depending on the route.
The nearest airport is Newark Liberty International Airport – about 13.6 km; travel time 20 min. The distance between the Jersey City and La Guardia Airport is about 26.4 km; travel time 40 min. The farthest is John F. Kennedy International Airport – about 40.3 km, travel time 50 min.
According to the information above, transfer is one of the most convenient ways to reach the New York City and the key airports. iWay Express Company offers you the transfer service from the Jersey City to these points and Newark, Hoboken and Atlantic City as well. You just should select drop off location from the list above in order to book (reserve) our transfer.