Transportation in Red Bank

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Detours. Construction crews. An unwavering gridlock of honking horns. None of these affect the team at Seastreak. They ease work commutes and transportation woes by taking a different road: the water. Seastreak's captains have five high-speed ferries at their disposal, four of which can transport more than 500 passengers at a time. Multiple ships means multiple destinations, and the captains regularly go between Manhattan and New Jersey or Manhattan and Sandy Hook Bay, among many other routes.

Each of the double-hulled catamarans has indoor and outdoor decks, which look out on panoramic views of the NYC skyline. The ships also go on formal sightseeing expeditions, cruising towards wonders such as the Hudson River's fall foliage, fireworks over the harbor, and buoys that look like rearing sea serpents if you squint.

2 1st Ave
Atlantic Highlands,
NJ
US

Ocean Helicopter's fleet ferries passengers over congested highways to hundreds of airports and heliports in the tri-state area. Its Robinson R44 helicopters, which fly at 135 mph, carry up to three passengers through the skies on sightseeing tours over New York City, Point Pleasant, Seaside Heights, and Atlantic City. The helicopters can also be used during special events, such as marriage proposals, weddings, and Taco Tuesdays.

1717 Route 34
Farmingdale,
NJ
US

With 7Bus, passengers travel between Manhattan and Long Island in comfy and spacious motorcoaches. Rather than battle traffic and trade barbs with GPS systems, riders can decompress in leather seats, plug into a personal power outlet, and tap into the free WiFi to watch videos of kids asking “Are we there yet?” Safety is as much a priority to 7Bus as comfort and promptness. The company trains its drivers on a simulator and uses MobileView camera technology, which allows operations to monitor drivers and thus ensure safe and responsible transit.

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NY,
NY
US

Core Helicopters launches students skyward during hands-on helicopter lessons with certified, experienced staff on high-performance R22 helicopters with heated or open cockpits at Linden Airport, only 14 miles from New York City. Fledgling flyers begin their sojourns on the ground, with 30 minutes of in-depth training in flight controls and safety. Next, the pilot and pupil air-kiss the tarmac adieu before they climb into the cockpit, where strapped-in students get hands-on chopper experience for 15 airborne minutes. Soaring past the atmosphere's cloud-shaped sheep, pupils take over the flight controls themselves, or sit back as the instructor pilot takes the helm. Each trainee leaves the lesson holding an FAA-authorized, bird-notarized certificate for proof of their flight training. The flight time also counts toward a future pilot's license, should the student choose to pursue it.

Additional options including extended flight times, flight instructors demonstrating high-performing, advanced maneuvers, and flight-of-two flights where two helicopters will fly side-by-side together, which allow air-to-air photos with friends, are available for an additional fee.

1101 W Edgar Rd, Hanger 600
Linden,
NJ
US

Federal Transit NY, Inc.’s professional and multilingual drivers deftly maneuver New York City's roads, bridges, and tunnels while passengers relax in the plush seats of Lincoln Town Cars, Toyota Camry hybrids, and Chevy Tahoes. Six stations scattered throughout the city promise punctual pickups, as the trained drivers often arrive in 5 to 10 minutes and scoop up guests for safe and comfortable passage to an airport or event. Drivers also provide sightseeing excursions and can take passengers as far as Atlantic City and Connecticut.

6123 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Propark America safely shelters vehicles in facilities across 14 states, with ample auto havens strategically scattered throughout New York City. Practicing parking since 1984 and stowing New Yorkers’ cars since 2001, Propark rescues wheeled conveyances from the unpredictable packs of parking tickets and pigeon vandals roaming the city streets. A cohesive corporate environmental policy informs the company’s green policies, which include using solar-powered equipment at several facilities as well as screwing energy-efficient bulbs into the ceilings and cleaning with low-flow water systems. With a month of parking, automobiles can enjoy a secure place to hunker down, switch off transmissions, and dream of soaring above BQE rush hours with the jetpack hubcaps of the future.

1715 E 13th St
Brooklyn,
NY
US