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NEWBURGH, NEW YORK IS
A MAJOR TRANSPORTATION HUB!
Explore and learn about the rich mix
of transportation options available to businesses
and individuals in Newburgh, NY.
In 2014, CSX with a rail line along the Hudson River, invested nearly $149 million in its New York network. In addition, the company invested nearly $539 million in freight cars and other rolling assets to serve customers through its rail system
Metro-North Trains stop at the Beacon station just across the Hudson River from Newburgh; a Newburgh side ferry connects commuters to the station. Train runs south to Manhattan and north to Albany;
New Jersey Transit, a few miles away, in Salisbury Mills, NY train line runs west to Port Jervis, and south to Mahwah, NJ; Ramsey, NJ; Ridgewood, NJ; and points between arriving at Secaucus Junction for connections, and onward to Hoboken Junction with connections to New York
Deepwater intermodal port adjacent
to CSX commercial rail line
Commuter bus service is available within city.
Newburgh Bus Terminal features Shortline and
Greyhound and NYTrailways, as well as Leprachaun
and West Point Tours busing services. Shortline offers an Express Shuttle from Stewart Airport. Get Newburgh to NY and around Orange bus information!
Stewart Airport, 3 miles west of Newburgh, is the intersection of Interstates 87 and 84 and situated for efficient distribution of air cargo to and from areas in the northeast, mid-Atlantic region, and the Midwest. Leading markets such as Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Boston, Buffalo, Toronto, and Montreal are within 250 miles of the airport. Stewart is 60 miles from New York City
Stewart Airport, 3 miles west of Newburgh, is at a domestic passenger travel hub offering originating an connecting flights to major and smaller airport destinations
Fed Ex & UPS Hubs Within 3 Miles,
Trucking Hubs within 7 miles of intersection
of interstates 87 and 84
New York Waterway runs a weekday
commuter schedule of ferry crossings
to and from Newburgh and Beacon
Consider these facts when considering Newburgh
According to the twelve page report the Princeton-based: The Boyd Company, Inc. prepared for a large distribution company and shared in April of 2015, with the Woodstock Times, The Hudson Valley’s Newburgh, N.Y. area, along with the top-ranked East Coast city of Chesterfield, Virginia, are set to benefit from growing port traffic in New York and Norfolk as a result of the major expansion of the Panama Canal set to open next year. Norwegian Air’s new service to Ireland and Scotland has been a game changer, too.
“While costs in the Hudson Valley are in the upper range,” Boyd wrote, “its access to Northeast megamarkets like New York City and Boston is a compelling advantage for new warehouse operations.” The report noted Newburgh’s Northeast Corridor location, its closeness to the Port of New York, and its superior road access.
Now, whether you are a big distribution center, or a small to medium sized start up, time to market is a big factor, and proximity to a rich mix of transportations options is a definite competitive edge.
REAL ESTATE COMPARISON
per Sq Ft
per Sq Ft
|City of Newburgh||$4.36||$42.72|
|Utility Company||Electric per|
|Avg HH Income||$53,714|
BRIDGE TOLL COMPARISON
|2 Axles||3 Axles||4 Axles||5 Axles|
|Brooklyn Battery Tunnel||$7.50||$24.00||$31.00||$40.00|
|George Washington Bridge||$13.00||$45.00||$60.00||$75.00|