Public Transport to New York City is available through New Jersey Transit. There are two different rail lines: The Morristown Line and Gladstone Branch Line. The Morristown Line is also known as The Midtown Direct which travels straight to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan without any transfers and takes about 38 minutes. The Gladstone Branch Line provides service to Hoboken and Newark with two direct trains into Penn Station.
For those who prefer to travel by bus, the Lakeland Bus line offers Summit residents bus service from Summit to New York City Port Authority on the West Side of Midtown Manhattan. For those who prefer to travel by ferry, the train can be taken to Hoboken where the New York Waterway Ferry is available for a short trip to Wall Street - this takes a little over an hour.
Drivers have easily accessible highways which include I-78, the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike.
Newark Liberty International Airport is within a 20 minute drive of Summit making it the perfect place for those who need international or domestic travel.
There's no need to be hungry in Summit with its vast and varied assortment of restaurants. There's plenty of indoor and outdoor dining, the latter adding to the town's cosmopolitan and sophisticated vibe. Whether you are looking for casual dining, international or upmarket dining, it's all available - there's something for everyone!
A few of the popular restaurants are Roots Steakhouse, The Huntley Taverne, Fiorino Ristorante & Bar, The HAT Tavern, and The Summit Diner, to name just a few.
Summit's schools have a strong reputation for academic and athletic excellence. Their website sums up their approach: "The Summit Public Schools, in partnership with the Community, will support and sustain an excellent system of learning that engages all students in compelling work; educates them to their highest intellectual, creative and individual potential; promotes pride in diversity; and results in responsible and productive citizens of the highest integrity." What else is there to say?
There are five elementary schools within the district - Brayton, Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln Hubbard, and Washington - and then there is LCJ Middle School and Summit High School. Summit also boast two pre-schools for early childhood learning - Jefferson Primary Center and Wilson Primary Center.
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