DIRECTIONS + TRANSPORTATION HUB
Red Bull Arena is easily accessible via mass transit. The Harrison PATH station is just three short blocks from the Arena and offers fast and convenient service to New York City and numerous locations in New Jersey. Estimated travel times are as follows:
- World Trade Center to Harrison – 20 min
- Hoboken to Harrison (Transfer at Journal Square) – 25 min
- 33rd Street to Harrison (Transfer at Journal Square) – 40 min.*
For the latest schedules, maps, and service alerts, visit www.panynj.gov/PATHplanner and follow @PATHAlerts on Twitter (or sign up for them at www.PAAlerts.com)), or download the new RidePATH app on iOS or Android at www.panynj.gov/RidePATH.
New Jersey Transit
NJ Transit trains stop at Newark Penn Station and travel to Red Bull Arena can be completed via a 2-minute PATH trip or accessing the complimentary RBA Shuttle. The RBA Shuttle also runs to and from Newark Broad Street Station.
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Parking within the Harrison Public Parking areas ranges between $15 and $30. Parking lots in Newark can charge more.
There are no shuttles running during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
New Jersey Transit
NJ Transit: New York Penn Station to Newark Penn Station
You have the option of taking the NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Line or the North Jersey Coast line trains to Newark Penn Station. When taking any of these two lines, get off at Newark Penn Station (second stop from Manhattan) and look for the yellow/black signs for the free New York Red Bulls shuttle.
To access the shuttle stop at Newark Penn Station look for the Raymond Plaza/Ferry Street station exit and take a right as you come out. The shuttle will be on the other side of Ferry Street. The shuttle runs every 15-20 minutes and will drop off at a location walking distance from Red Bull Arena.
NJ Transit: New York Penn Station to Newark Broad Street
You have also the options of taking the Montclair-Boonton Line or Morris & Essex Line to Newark Broad Street station. When taking any of the two lines, get off at Newark Broad Street (second stop from Manhattan) and look for the yellow/black signs for the free New York Red Bulls shuttle that will drop off at a location walking distance from Red Bull Arena. However, this shuttle runs less frequently than the one at Newark Penn Station.