There are over 2,000 acres of municipal, county and state park land within South Brunswick and the town has committed to pursuing the purchase of additional open space lands to maintain the quality of life within the community. Facilities include a Community Center located at Woodlot Park on New Road and Senior Center located next to the Municipal Building on Rt. 522. Movie theaters are located nearby and art centers are located in Princeton and New Brunswick.
Retail centers are located along Routes 1, 27 and 130, as well as within the various township villages. South Brunswick also benefits from being located along the Route 1 corridor between Princeton and New Brunswick, which has become a hot spot for high tech companies.
South Brunswick is served by Exit 8A of the New Jersey Turnpike and State Routes 1, 27 and 130. Route 522, The main east-west artery through town, is now open from Route 27 to Route 130.
Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor line traverses the community and train stations are located in nearby New Brunswick and Princeton Junction. Bus service is available on Route 27. Finally, airports within 90 minutes travel include Mercer County, Philadelphia, Newark International, LaGuardia and Kennedy International.
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