TRAVEL OPTIONS TO MANHATTAN
There are several ways to go to Manhattan from Wyckoff, including two bus routes.
Coach USA buses operate on a series of bus stops from Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff Avenue, and Grandview Avenue to the Port Authority Bus Terminal. These routes are Runs # 270, 298, 272, 274, 296, 276, 280, 282, 294, 278, 292, 284, 286, 288 and 290.
Coach USA buses stop at the Wyckoff Municipal Park ‘n’ Ride at 495 Wyckoff Avenue, which operates through a public/private partnership with the Cornerstone Christian Church. To obtain a yearly permit from the Township website, please visit us at Wyckoff-nj.com and click on Forms & Applications.
COACH USA buses operate a series of bus stops from the Port Authority to Wyckoff. These routes are Runs # 271, 273, 275, 277, 279, 281, 283, 297, 285, 287, 289, 291, 295, 299 and 293 which drop off along Grandview Avenue, Wyckoff Avenue, and Franklin Avenue.
NJ Transit operates bus route number 148 and number 164 from the Wortendyke section of Midland Park (at the northern end of Newtown Road) to the Port Authority.
Bus 148 is a weekday express service which departs Wortendyke, travels along Godwin Avenue, and then onto Goffle Road. There are four bus stops traveling south along Goffle Road to the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Route 148 buses from the Port Authority exit Route 208 at Goffle Road and travel Goffle Road to Godwin Avenue and terminate at Wortendyke.
Bus 164 is a daily service which travels from Wortendyke to Ridgewood and eventually to the Port Authority.
In addition to bus services, there are nearby train stations in Waldwick, Ridgewood and Glen Rock (check local town website for information on parking). Trains travel through Secaucus (transfer available to Penn Station in Manhattan) to Hoboken. Separate PATH and ferry service is available to Manhattan from Hoboken. Check njtransit.com for information on train service.