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Costco and Target are OPEN!!

The 135,000-square-foot store is at 101 Grand Ave. in the Main Street North Brunswick development. The entrance to the center is at Route 1 and Aaron Road, according to a prepared statement released by Target. Click for More

New NJ Transit rail station planned for North Brunswick

Transit has plans for a "flyover" track and a new train station in North Brunswick to improve on-time performance and commuting choices on the Northeast Corridor — North America’s busiest rail line. Click for More

Click here to read a letter from Governor Chris Christie announcing the train station

"As your Governor, nothing is more important to me than working to improve the quality of life for you and your neighbors. That is why I was proud to recently authorize New Jersey Transit's construction of a new rail station in North Brunswick on the Northeast Corridor line as part of our efforts to create jobs, improve our infrastructure and make our state a better place to live, work and commute."


Sustainability, Smart Growth & Our Future

Click on the image below for the Site Plan.





The Transit Village plan for North Brunswick is an opportunity to create a fantastic new transit- orientated mixed-use town center, built for the way we must live in the 21st century! Building a Transit Village in North Brunswick is an opportunity for the organized growth of North Brunswick, the Route 1 corridor and New Jersey. It allows for a change of course away from needless waste of the farmland, sprawl, disorder, congestion, and mounting taxes, and moves towards a direction of order, placemaking, financial stability, sustainability, and sincere concern for the world we leave to our children and grandchildren.

This web site provides all the information, plans, reports, videos, and news about the proposed Main Street North Brunswick Transit Village to make sure the development and planning process is transparent and collaborative - involving all the residents to plan for the future of North Brunswick.