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DIRECTIONS TO ESSEX VICINAGE

DIRECTIONS TO ESSEX SUPERIOR COURT BY CAR:

NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE:
Exit 15W to 280 West. Take 280 West to Exit 14B. Go to the bottom of the ramp and turn left. At the next stop sign, turn left. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the Veterans Courthouse is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you must pay.

GARDEN STATE PARKWAY:
Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Take 280 East to Exit 14A -King Boulevard. Go to bottom of ramp and make a right. That is Martin Luther King Boulevard. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the New Courts Building is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you must pay.

ROUTE 3:
From Route 3, take the Exit for Route 21 south (Newark). Take Route 21 south into downtown Newark where it becomes McCarter Highway. From McCarter Highway, turn right onto Raymond Boulevard, then turn left onto Mulberry Street (one block down). Turn right onto Market Street. Take Market Street to Washington Street and make a

ROUTE 21 COMING FROM NEWARK:
Make a right on Market Street and follow it straight up to West Market Street.

ROUTE 22, 24, 1&9 OR I-78 TOWARD NEWARK (THEY ALL CONVERGE JUST NORTH OF NEWARK AIRPORT):
Take the Exit for Route 21 (Newark). Route 21 becomes McCarter Highway in downtown Newark. From McCarter Highway turn left onto Raymond Boulevard, then turn left onto Mulberry Street (one block down). Turn right onto Market Street. Take Market Street to Washington Street and make a right. The Wilentz Justice Complex is

ROUTE 78 OR ROUTE 21:
Take Route 78 to Route 21 going North. Stay on Route 21 (McCarter Highway) until you come to Raymond Boulevard, Seton Hall Law School will be on the corner facing you. Make a left onto Raymond Boulevard. Go one block and make another left onto Mulberry Street. Go one more block and make a right onto Market Street. As you go up the hill, Market Street turns into West Market Street. You will see a building up ahead of you on the hill with a statue of Lincoln sitting in front of it. That is the Old Court House. The Hall of Records is the building behind

COMING FROM BLOOMFIELD AVENUE
(FROM MONTCLAIR, VERONA, BLOOMFIELD, OR BELLEVILLE):
Take Bloomfield Avenue down to Summer Avenue. Make a right onto Summer Avenue. Go straight until the road curves to the left. Follow the curve and then make a quick right. That will put you on Martin Luther King Boulevard. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the Veterans Courthouse is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you must pay.

I-280 EAST:
From I-280 East, take Exit 14A for Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard. Make a right at the traffic light at the bottom of the exit ramp onto Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard. Take Market Street south two blocks then make a left onto Washington Street.

I-280 WEST:
Take 280 West to exit 15. There are two exit 15's, you must get off at the 2nd one that says Broad Street/King Boulevard. Go down to the bottom of the ramp and turn left. At the next stop sign turn left. Go straight about 1 mile until you pass Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road. At that corner, is King

New York Thruway:
Thruway to Exit 14A. Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Take 280 East to Exit 14A -King Boulevard. Go to bottom of ramp and make a right. That is Martin Luther King Boulevard. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the Veterans Courthouse is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you must

George Washington Bridge:
Take the New Jersey Turnpike, take Exit 15W to I-280 West. Take Exit 14B for Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard. Make a right at the traffic light at the bottom of the exit ramp onto Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard. Take Market Street south two blocks then make a left onto Washington Street. The Wilentz Justice Complex is the second building.

Lincoln Tunnel:
Take the Lincoln Tunnel to Route 3 West. Get on NJ Turnpike South to 15W to 280 West. Take 280 West to Exit 14B. Go to the bottom of the ramp and turn left. At the next stop sign, turn left. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the Veterans Courthouse is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you

Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island:
Take Verrazano-Narrows Bridge ( Interstate 278) and follow 278 across Staten Island. Cross Goethels Bridge. Follow the signs to New Jersey Turnpike North to exit 15W to 280 West. Take 280 West to Exit 14B. Go to the bottom of the ramp and turn left. At the next stop sign, turn left. Go straight about one mile until you come to Essex County College. There is an overpass across the road (that corner is King Boulevard and West Market Street). The Old Courthouse is on your left, the Hall of Records is on the right, and the Veterans Courthouse is directly behind the Hall of Records. There is juror parking on 13th Avenue around the corner from the Court Buildings. If you are not a juror, you can still park there, but you must pay.

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY -ESSEX VICINAGE PROBATION DIVISION

60 Evergreen Place, East Orange, NJ 07018

All entrances to the Probation Offices are wheelchair accessible.

GARDEN STATE PARKWAY:
Exit Garden State Parkway at 145. Keep to the left at the fork in the ramp. Stay to the left, follow signs for Evergreen Place and So. Clinton Street exit. You will see another ramp, keep to the right at this fork in the ramp. Merge onto Freeway Drive West. Go Straight approximately 5-6 traffic lights, turn left onto Evergreen Place. Go thru traffic light about 1 ½ blocks building is

I-280 EAST:
Get off at the exit for Harrison St./Clinton St./E. Orange. Take that exit. Then merge onto Freeway Drive East. Turn right onto Evergreen Place. Go approx. 1 ½ blocks

I-280 WEST:
If you are coming from Route 280W follow signs for Evergreen Place and So. Clinton Street exit. Keep right at the fork in the ramp. Merge onto Freeway Drive West. Stay in left lane. Go approx. 5-6 traffic lights. Turn left onto Evergreen Place. Go approx. ½blocks. Building is on left.

ROUTE 22, 24, 1 & 9 or I-78:
If you are coming from either Route 22, 24, 1 & 9 or I-78 going toward Newark (roads converge just north

ROUTE 21 North:
Take the Exit for Route 21 North (Newark). Route 21 becomes McCarter Highway in downtown Newark. From Mc Carter Highway turn left onto Miller Street. Stay on Miller Street till you come to Broad Street. Turn right onto Broad St. Turn Left onto Orange St. As you travel, Orange Street becomes Main Street/Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Go straight onto Freeway Drive West. Turn Left onto Evergreen Place. Approximately ½blocks, building is on left.

ROUTE 3 or ROUTE 21 (McCarter Highway):
From Route 3, take the Exit for Route 21 south, going toward Newark. Take Route 21 South into downtown Newark where Route 21 becomes McCarter Highway. Stay on McCarter Highway until you get to Raymond Blvd. And make a right. Go 1 block and make a left onto Mulburry Street. Travel on Mulberry for 1 block and then make a right onto Market Street. As you travel on Market, it becomes West Market. Take West Market until you come to Central Ave. Turn left onto Central Ave. Go straight approx. 3 miles to Evergreen Place. Turn right onto Evergreen Place, go approximately 2 blocks building is on the

TURNPIKE:
Exit the New Jersey Turnpike at 15W and get onto I-280 West. Follow signs for Evergreen Place and So. Clinton Street exit. Keep to the right at the fork in the ramp. Merge onto Freeway Drive West. Stay in left lane. Go approx. 5-6 traffic lights. Turn left onto Evergreen Place. Go approx. 2 ½ blocks. Building is on left.

DIRECTIONS TO ESSEX SUPERIOR COURT BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Newark International Airport:
The Superior Court is approximately five miles from the Airport. A minibus or taxi service connects the airport with Penn Station in Newark. Bus or taxi services

Railroad:
Get off at either the Morris & Essex Broad Street Station or Newark Penn Station. ( Newark Penn Station is closer) and take a bus or taxi to the Superior

Bus:

Telephone Numbers and Website

NJ Transit New Jersey  1(800) 772-2222
Residents Out of State  1(973) 762-5100
Telephone Text  1(800) 772-2287
Advance Lift Reservation  1(800) 772-2287
Port Authority Bus Terminal  1(212) 564-8484
George Washington Bridge  1(212) 564-1114
Journal Square Transportation 1(201) 659-8823
AMTRAK  1(800) 872-7245
NY Waterway Bus/Ferry  1(800) 53-FERRY
Long Island Railroad  1(718) 217-5477
Metro-N. Commuter Railroad  1(212) 532-4900
Newark Airport Ground 1(800) 247-7433
NYC Transit Authority  1(718) 330-1234
PATH 1(800) 234-7284 

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