Transportation & Infrastructure


Easy access to roadways provide a direct link to Salem County:

  • Delaware Memorial Bridge
  • New Jersey I-95
  • New Jersey I-295
  • New Jersey Turnpike
  • US Rt 40
  • US Rt 49
  • US Rt 55

Salem County has an efficient freight railway:

  • The county’s 18 miles of short line railroad connects directly into the CSX system
  • CSX serves 23 states, the District of Columbia and two Canadian provinces
  • Rail service to Port Salem

Port Salem has 80,000 square feet of shed and warehouse storage:

  • 5 miles from the entrance to the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal
  • 12 miles from Wilmington, DE
  • 60 miles from Baltimore harbor
  • 35 miles from Philadelphia, PA
  • Less than 50 miles from the Delaware Bay & Atlantic Ocean

The Salem County New Jersey area is served by:

  • Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
  • Atlantic City International Airport (ACY)
  • New Castle Airport (ILG)
  • Spitfire Aerodrome

public transportation


Salem County also offers access to an exceptional public transportation system.

Foreign trade zone

Salem County Community Bus Service operates six days a week between Salem, Woodstown, Pennsville and Penns Grove, averaging roughly 13,000 passengers a month.

NJ Transit, New Jersey’s public transportation corporation, is the nation’s third largest provider of bus, rail and light-rail transit, linking major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia; and serving 260 million passengers annually.

NJ Transit connects to Philadelphia via PATCO, the Port Authority Transit Corporation, a light-rail service between Center City Philadelphia and Lindenwold NJ.

Centrally located along the Northeast Corridor!