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NJT - Frank R. Lautenberg Secaucus Junction Station

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  • Tiffany P.
    "There aren't any up escalators if you go down on the wrong track!"(9 Tips)
    Drew M.
    "Sbarro is the best travel food"(6 Tips)
    Rich S.
    "Major stench from the surrounding Meadowlands."(5 Tips)
    Scott W.
    "Not a bad place, clean and not too crowded or confusing"(6 Tips)
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  • Jared
    JaredAugust 20, 2013
    Stay to the right on stairs and escalators to let people by. It's common courtesy at train stations and airports.. If you block people from passing, you'll cause many to miss their connecting trains.
  • Theodore K.
    Theodore KimJanuary 23, 2015
    The single upper-level elevator to the street (right by the turnstiles) moves as slow as molasses. But it's still a lot faster than walking, which requires two long escalators.
  • Rob P.
    Rob PegoraroApril 10, 2013
    Neat views of Amtrak trains rushing through from the upper level platform (if only some of them stopped); downside is, too many guys use that space as a urinal (thanks, jerks).
  • Amanda S.
    Amanda SilvestriJuly 12, 2012
    Out of all the main train station hubs in the metro area, this is the most difficult one to navigate. You have to go upstairs to go downstairs to go back upstairs to get to your train.
  • Kathryn C.
    Kathryn CarrollSeptember 19, 2013
    Large signs with large lettering for train arrrivals and stations, as well as color-codes train lines- great if you are visually impaired.
  • Patrick H.
    Patrick HealyMarch 29, 2011
    Don't forget to take your train ticket with you. They make you use it to exit like in London. Only place I've seen do this in NJ.
  • Kerri W.
    Kerri WallaceAugust 3, 2011
    Stay to the right on the escalator to let cranky commuters pass. And don't stop at the top and bottom of the escalator there are people behind you! Happens at penn all the time.
  • Ryan C.
    Ryan CisekApril 17, 2015
    Best train station for getting to Penn Station nyc. Just about every train stops here. Never have to wait long.
  • Kerri W.
    Kerri WallaceJuly 30, 2011
    If you're suffering from a bad break up or feeling pretty blue, their choice of music may make you want to jump in front of a train. Bring ear buds those days!
  • richard k.
    richard kashidaMarch 5, 2011
    Built by geniuses. You have to go upstairs to get downstairs and you need to have a ticket to get out of the station. Nice station though.
  • Kristine T.
    Kristine T.August 22, 2011
    Be careful of the taxis outside the stn. Most will try to add extra $ to the fare if you're not going far enough. Go with JJ Cab guys. They are the most decent and honest.
  • Xristo M.
    Xristo MAugust 22, 2012
    why yankee candle hasnt released "Secaucus Station" yet is beyond me...it smells divine! like divine...rams piss and divine homeless and divine vomit
  • Rake
    RakeJune 29, 2012
    Don't use NJ Transit schedule for connections, especially on weekends. If you can make an earlier train do it. Early trains don't get held and usually an hour before the next one.
  • Oscar F.
    Oscar F.February 20, 2011
    Take whatever the earliest train is that stops in Secaucus from NYC. Chances are the one you're on is going to leave late, causing you to miss your next train.
  • Ali F.
    Ali FehnJanuary 24, 2012
    Need an elevator to carry your bags down to track 3? Go through the gates opposite of Dunkin Donuts. There's a women's bathroom there that's pretty clean!
  • @MetLifeCentral
    @MetLifeCentralNovember 14, 2010
    Taking the train to the Giants game? Head in theough the MelLife Central gate and get a chance to win great prizes. Rodney Hampton will be signing autographs at 3!
  • Noelle M.
    Noelle MoellerMay 3, 2015
    Perfect for getting to and from Penn Station-trains back and forth every 10-15 min
  • Daryn K.
    Daryn KobataFebruary 6, 2012
    You can put your ticket into the gate slot as soon as the person in front of you pulls hers/his out. No need to wait till they get thru the gate.
  • Ksino P.
    Ksino PaulOctober 19, 2010
    note to all the smell is the trains, they drain the urine and waste onto the tracks as they drive. So remember when a trains is going by stay clear, that little must you feel is someone else's urine
  • Alexis C.
    Alexis COctober 17, 2010
    can't find a better deal with the $5 parking on weekend nights. and you can do valet so you don't have to walk as much.
  • London N.
    London NagaiAugust 5, 2014
    Hungry? Grab a slice at the authentic pizzeria located in the main lobby, sbarro is always good for a fresh slice.......
  • Craig
    CraigMay 25, 2013
    Welcome to Purgatory, where trains leave on time when you're running late, and leave late when you arrive early. Be prepared to wait a long time.
  • j9
    j9April 26, 2011
    They could have built this abomination anywhere, but only in New Jersey could they get away with building a useless NJ Turnpike exit (15X) & a giant looping off/on ramp with it. Brilliant.
  • Luna Park C.
    Enjoy the beach, the rides and the boardwalk! Take the train to NY Penn and the subway to Luna Park at Coney Island.
  • Raisah S.
    Raisah ShakorrahMarch 13, 2013
    Stand on one side of the escalator. People do walk up, quit blocking them and MOVE...especially during Rush Hour!
  • Jillian J.
    Jillian JacksonSeptember 11, 2013
    Don't walk like a dummy. Just assume there is someone directly behind you, in a hurry, missing their train because of your lollygagging. MOVE OVER IF YOU AREN'T IN A HURRY.
  • Greg D.
    Greg DvorkenJuly 22, 2011
    Need a better automated text-to-voice system as the computer-generated announcer at this major hub mis-pronounces most of the town names. Can probably find a free Android app to do a better job.
  • Kevin H.
    Kevin HaughwoutOctober 11, 2011
    Did you miss the gym this morning? Burn some calories by taking the stairs instead of the escalators when switching trains. It's a workout!
  • Susan G.
    Susan GentileMay 31, 2013
    It's big and there may be little time between your transfer, so you have to move quickly.
  • Jay E.
    Jay EaglesonNovember 10, 2014
    Huge train station that is very clean and easy to navigate.
  • Tiffany P.
    Tiffany PetersonMay 13, 2012
    If you're disabled or need handicapable access. Speak to a transit worker! There aren't any up escalators if you go down on the wrong track!
  • Lisa C.
    Lisa CiancarelliAugust 2, 2013
    Nice try with the Friday afternoon music this summer. Too bad the acoustics are horrible - they'd make Ella Fitzgerald sound atrocious!
  • DJ C.
    DJ CapobiancoNovember 21, 2012
    On a layover? If you have to pass through the gates to eat or use the restroom double check you're not going back to the same gate. If you are, ask an employee—if you don't, you might not get back.
  • Ike Phillip R.
    Ike Phillip RuffinJune 18, 2012
    Probably the poorest design of a metro transportation hub I've ever been too. Don't lose your ticket or you won't be able to get out!
  • Lawrence C.
    Lawrence CoolwaterJanuary 2, 2011
    When you get upstairs, go to the table to the left of tracks G-H and look under the table top. I left a coupon for a free DD coffee!
  • Joe
    JoeMay 24, 2010
    The Junction bar is a friendly pace to wait for the train home. Friendly and generous
  • Les F.
    Les FrancoeurDecember 4, 2011
    If you ever want to get out of the city, you can take the train to Secaucus from Penn Station for free. Incredible.
  • Marc L.
    Marc LoSchiavoMarch 12, 2012
    Oh the smell you ask? That's just the Zombies in the swamp. No worries they don't ride NJ Transit. It's the living people in this station u need to worry about.
  • Jim O.
    Jim O'BrienApril 20, 2010
    $5 parking for nights and weekends, plus cheap off-peak round trips to NYC
  • Will S.
    Will StamatisJune 7, 2011
    Its always on time when you're running late, and always late when you're early/on time. Plan accordingly.
  • Clayton G.
    Clayton GrayJuly 21, 2011
    A great secret would be don't tell other people your secrets about getting a seat on the morning commuter trains. ;)
  • Andrew S.
    Andrew StravitzNovember 8, 2011
    My number one tip is don't miss your train after 8pm or you may be stuck forever.
  • Jillian W
    Jillian WApril 21, 2012
    The Dunkin Donuts is a hit or a miss...be sure to check out order before you board your train.
  • Terry
    TerryJuly 1, 2010
    The 5:36pm Bergen County Waldwick train usually leaves before its supposed to. Complain to the unhelpful customer service people upstairs.
  • Patrick H.
    Patrick HealyMarch 29, 2011
    Don't forget to hold onto your train ticket as you need it to exit. Guess Secaucus thinks they are London now....
  • Bobby B.
    Bobby BroadwayAugust 25, 2010
    If you commute to NJ from NY on NJ Transit in the morning on NY Penn Station to Trenton train. For whatever reason when delays happen it is usually after the 7:14am train
  • Thomas H.
    Thomas HynesMay 6, 2013
    Leave at least 15 mins in your schedule to park your car and walk to your train.
  • alissa s.
    alissa sOctober 10, 2010
    if you already have your ticket ready, take the elevator... it's quicker. p.s. this station REEKS.
  • Scott S.
    Scott SlotkinJune 3, 2013
    Going to pick-up or taxis? Kill 20 min by taking the elevator from concourse to street level. Alternatively, walk across the entire train station to end up below where you started.
  • Meaghan K.
    Meaghan KennedyMay 31, 2012
    Every night u here the horn as ur eyes close make sure u have the money for the fare ur get left behind.
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