From New Jersey Turnpike: Take Exit 9 (New Brunswick) and proceed on Route 18 North about two miles to Route 27 South—Princeton, to the fourth traffic light (by the railroad station). Turn right onto Easton Avenue and make a left at the next light onto Somerset Street. Proceed past Little Albany Street and make your next left into area in front of The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital main entrance. See the attendant directly inside for valet parking.
From Route 1: Take Route 18 North and follow above directions.
From Route 287: Exit onto Route 527 (New Brunswick Exit). Follow Route 527 (Easton Avenue) for about six miles until you see a railroad overpass. Just before the overpass, make a right onto Little Albany Street. Proceed to the hospital, on your left.
From Garden State Parkway (From Points North): Exit at Route 1 South (Exit 130). Proceed about nine miles to Route 18 North. Follow directions above.
From Garden State Parkway (From Points South): Exit onto New Jersey Turnpike South. Follow directions above.
**Please note: Due to construction, there may be delays on and around Route 18. Visit the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Web site for construction updates, construction schedule and travel advisories.
RWJ offers a variety of parking options for our visitors and guests.
Patients are encouraged to use the valet parking services available Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. outside The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital and/or Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital main entrances.
We also offer options in a variety of self-pay parking decks, including our main hospital parking deck which is located adjacent to the facility and is available 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
Our self-pay Plum Street parking deck (located on Plum Street) is available to patients, visitors and guests 24-hours-a-day, seven-days- a-week.
The Paterson Street deck (located on Paterson Street) and across from the Clinical Academic Building is available to patients, visitors and guests 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
Public Transportation Information
There are a variety of public transportation options available to you for your visit to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital: