of Milford to NYC. Did not plan on it! but here I am 16years later.
I leave 4:30am at the latest to make it in by 6ish. That includes a pit stop for gas and coffee on 15S.
You leave that area any later than that and I guarantee you will be in the car for 2+ hours EZ.
For years, I did the train out of Port Jervis to NYC via Hoboken via the path. Sucked and hated it.
Then did the coach bus out of Milford to NYC for many years. Somewhat more civilized but expensive.
Also hated it.
Now I drive. I have all the control over time and scheduling and I am also lucky enough to work from home 2 days a week. Also some weeks I stay a night in the Bronx. Now Im doing 2 rounds trips a week
from the comfort of my own car.
My advice to you, although its nice to live in the country. Stay close to work. You spend alot of hours on the road if you don't . Good luck. Frankg G Milford PA
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I have been a realtor in the Milford, PA area for over sixteen years and many NYC families relocate to our area and love it! However, there is a give and take involved in the move.
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The commute can be a challenge. Depending on where your husband works in NYC it may make more sense to drive to a station closer to NYC and take the train in from there. The Middletown NY station seems to have fewer trains but more spread out throughout the day.