Directions

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey's facility located in downtown New Brunswick is easily accessible by car, bus, or train.

Driving Directions:

From Route 18 North - Exit onto Route 27 South (Princeton) and proceed to the fourth traffic light (at the New Brunswick train station). Turn right onto Easton Avenue and proceed to the first traffic light. Turn left onto Somerset Street and turn left at the next light onto Little Albany Street. Proceed approximately 200 yards to the CINJ entrance on your left.

From New Jersey Turnpike - Take Exit 9 (New Brunswick) to Route 18 North, proceed approximately two miles and follow directions above.

From Route 1 - Exit onto Route 18 North and follow directions above.

From Garden State Parkway - (from points north) - Take Exit 130 (Route 1 South). Proceed approximately nine miles on Route 1 to Route 18 North. Follow directions above.

From Garden State Parkway - (from points south) - Take Exit 129 (New Jersey Turnpike), proceed south, and follow directions above.

From Route 287 - Take Exit 10 (Easton Avenue/New Brunswick). Continue on Easton Avenue for approximately six miles, until a railroad overpass is visible. Just before the overpass, make a right onto Little Albany Street.

Hotel Information:

The Cancer Institute of New Jersey is located in downtown New Brunswick, minutes from the New Jersey Turnpike and Routes 1 and 18. For those visitors whose stay will be extended, a list of nearby hotels can be found on the city of New Brunswick's website, www.newbrunswick.com. Click the link 'visitor information' to view the current list.

Parking:

Valet parking is available to patients with appointments at a cost of $1.00 for an hour or less and $4.00 for anything beyond one hour. If you do not wish to use the CINJ valet service, a list of parking alternatives is provided below. There is a cost to park at these facilities.

Parking Alternatives:

By Train:

Take the New Jersey Transit/Northeast Corridor Line to the New Brunswick Station. At the railroad overpass, cross Easton Avenue to Little Albany Street. Proceed approximately 200 yards to Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey.