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New Jersey's Best Towns for Families - Top NJ Transit Commuter Towns 2015

The best towns with the fastest door-to-door commute to NYC.



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We looked at our overall ranking of New Jersey's Best Towns for Families and pulled out the towns highest on the list with NJ Transit rush hour travel times of less than 50 minutes.

Town Commute Time (in minutes) Overall Rank
Oradell 46 2
Glen Rock 41 22
Cranford 47 23
River Edge 37 27
Summit 41 60
Fair Lawn 37 86
Rutherford 28 130
Millburn 35 160
Union Twp. 37 166
Glen Ridge 35 199
Roselle Park 41 227
Montclair 38 242
Garwood 49 257
Wood-Ridge 31 280
Maplewood 31 292

Municipalities with NJ Transit trains with rush hour travel times of under 50 minutes.

More Best Towns:
New Jersey's Best Towns for Families 

Full List of Towns
Top Town - Pennington
Editor's Pick: Best Small Town - Mountain Lakes
Highest Ranked: Morris County - Mendham Township

Editor's Pick: Mid-Size Town - Westfield

Editor's Pick: Large Town - Parsippany-Troy Hills

Highest Ranked: North Jersey - Oradell

Highest Ranked: Union County - New Providence
Highest Ranked: Essex County - North Caldwell

Editor's Pick: Central Jersey - Milltown
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