The Borough of Madison is located in southeast Morris County, New Jersey, about 22 miles due west of New York City’s Times Square. Madison is surrounded by the Townships of Harding, Morris and Chatham and by the Boroughs of Florham Park and Chatham. Morristown, Summit and Millburn are minutes away. Madison is easily accessible to Interstate Highways 78, 287, 80 and 280, as well as New Jersey Route 24.
There are multiple options in Madison via bus and train to get around New Jersey and into New York City. The NJ Transit Morris and Essex Rail Line serves Madison with direct service to New York’s Penn Station and to Hoboken. With the new Secaucus transfer station, NJ Transit trains from Madison can connect to other NJ Transit lines, the shuttle to Newark Airport and the Amtrak rail line. The 873 NJ Transit bus line route includes neighboring towns, office parks, local malls and the nearby hospital.
Newark-Liberty International Airport, with direct flights throughout the world, is about 15 miles from Madison. Nearby Morristown Municipal Airport provides corporate and individual private flight services.
LOOKING TO STAY IN TOWN? GO MAD! The Madison Avenue Direct Shuttle (MAD) runs daily, servicing all points on Madison Ave. and Main St. between the three local colleges and the Staples Plaza on the opposite end of town.