New Brunswick is the county seat in Middlesex County and its second largest city with a population of 55,181, as of the 2010 Census. New Brunswick is home to Rutgers University and is considered a part of the New York City Metropolitan area. The city is home to corporate headquarters of pharmaceutical companies like Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
New Brunswick Transportation
New Brunswick, as well as the rest of Middlesex County, is one of the most ethnically and racially diverse regions in the United States. New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains serve as public transportation for commuters on the Northeast Corridor Line, taking passengers to Pennsylvania Station, Midtown Manhattan and Trenton. U.S. Route 1, Route 18 and the New Jersey Turnpike also run through New Brunswick and all experience heavy traffic flow and many commercial trucks and tractor-trailers shipping goods up and down the eastern seaboard.
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Many of the trucks passing through New Brunswick carry hazardous materials from chemical and pharmaceutical processing facilities. Truck drivers and shipping companies have a responsibility to residents and other motorists to ensure that the transit is as safe as possible and all regulations and laws are followed.
Did you know: According to the NHTSA, in 2007 one out of every nine traffic fatalities involved an accident with a tractor-trailer.
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