Stevens’ residential, park-like campus is located atop Castle Point on Hudson in Hoboken, New Jersey, overlooking the Hudson River and the entire New York City skyline. Hoboken is approximately one square mile in area and is located on the New Jersey bank of the Hudson River between the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels.
General directions can be obtained from Stevens’ website: [link]. This site include a 3D-map of the campus as well as detailed directions. An additional site with directions can be found at: [link]. Some excerpts are provided below.
Bus – Connections may be made in Journal Square, Jersey City, for Downtown Bus no. 5-6 marked Jersey City-Weehawken, to Washington Street in Hoboken. Northbound buses on Washington Street stop on odd number streets. You must exit at 7th Street and walk one block north, or at 9th Street and walk one block south, before turning east on 8th Street and heading up the hill towards the Wesley J. Howe Center.
Trains – Many NJ Transit trains stop in Hoboken. Other NJ Transit and Amtrak train lines stop in Newark. From Newark, take a PATH train to Exchange Place, Jersey City, and switch to the Hoboken train, as explained above.
Parking – After entering campus, via 9th street, proceed through the gates to the traffic circle in front of the Howe Center (13-story building).
Temporary parking is permitted on the circle while obtaining a parking permit at the lobby desk. Please bring a copy of the symposium flyer or web site printout to the lobby desk to get the parking tag.
For information on public and municipal parking, please see [link].