33 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
As you enter the main doors of the buiding, the Bloustein School is on the left. Go through the double doors to access the elevators.
Please contact the Office of the Dean if you have questions about the directions or would like a copy of the directions faxed to you.
phone: (848) 932-5475
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Arriving via Train
The New Brunswick train station, which has Amtrak connections, is approximately one hour from New York City and Philadelphia. The Bloustein School is within 10 minutes walking distance of the station. Cross Albany Street (Route 27) and turn left. Walk a block and a half to George Street. Turn right onto George Street and walk four blocks to Livingston Avenue. Turn right onto Livingston Avenue; the Bloustein School is at the corner of Livingston Avenue and New Street.
From the New Jersey Turnpike (north or south): Take Exit 9 to Route 18 North. Take the New Street exit. Stay straight through lights at Neilson Street and George Street. The Bloustein School is on your right at the intersection of New Street and Livingston Avenue.
From Garden State Parkway South: Take Exit 129 to the New Jersey Turnpike South. Take Exit 9 for Route 18 North and follow the Turnpike directions above.
From Garden State Parkway North: Take Exit 105 to Route 18 North and follow the directions listed above.
From Route 1: Take Route 1 to the intersection of Route 18 and take the exit for Route 18 North. Follow the directions listed above.
From Route 287: Take Exit 10 to Easton Avenue (New Brunswick). Proceed on Easton Avenue for approximately 7 miles until it ends at Albany Street (at the New Brunswick train station). Turn left onto Albany Street; go a block and a half to George Street. Turn right at George Street and go four blocks to Livingston Avenue. Turn right onto Livingston Avenue; the Bloustein School will be on your right at the next intersection, the corner of Livingston Avenue and New Street.
New Brunswick , New Jersey is one of the state's most significant areas for education and health care. The city is home to Rutgers' largest regional campus (including its historic Old Queen's campus) and to Robert Wood Johnson Medical School of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Saint Peter's Hospital, and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
The Bloustein School is located in a thriving cultural area, with The State Theater, Crossroads Theatre, and the George Street Playhouse just steps away. New Brunswick offers something for every taste through a spicy menu of restaurants and entertainment venues. Accessibility The Bloustein School's home, Civic Square, is within a five-minute walk of the city's train station, which has connections to Amtrak as well as local stops between New York and Philadelphia. New York City is a 45-minute train ride away, and Philadelphia and Washington , D.C., are an easy commute.
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy serves as one of the nation's key centers for the theory and practice of planning and public policy scholarship and analysis. As part of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, the school capitalizes on the strength and resources of this major research university. The Bloustein School reaches to the larger world beyond the realm of academia to contribute to the regional, national, and international communities.