There are three main motorways in the state

New Jersey has no quarantine for travelers. However, there are some things you can do to keep yourself safe and healthy when traveling to the state. New Jersey has revised their COVID-19 travel guideline in response to CDC recommendations. Travelers are no longer required to be quarantined at arrival if they have been fully vaccinated. Additionally, students and employees can now travel without quarantine because the state no longer requires them to be immunized.

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First, you can reach the state by car. There are three main motorways in the state, including the Garden State Parkway (New Jersey Turnpike), the Atlantic City Expressway (Atlantic City Expressway) and the New Jersey Turnpike (New Jersey Turnpike). You can either pay tolls with cash or use a transponder which automatically charges tolls. The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Met Museum of Art are all free for your enjoyment and pleasure.

You can also travel by public transport to keep yourself safe. New Jersey Transit Independence Program provides independent travel skills such as planning trips, reading bus schedules and paying fares. The program is open to all ages and abilities. Because the Travel Instructors have special education backgrounds, they are experts in teaching individuals how to travel safely and responsibly. They can answer all questions about New Jersey’s public transportation system, as well as the safety precautions.