My husband does this commute daily so I am very familiar witih the traffic pattern. He leaves our house in Basking Ridge (in The Hills section which is the southernmost part of Basking Ridge off of exit 22 on 287) at 7:10-7:20. If he leaves later than that he is subject to getting caught in the congestion of 287S. He arrives at his office in North Brunswick on Georges Road by 7:50-7:55. The balance of the time is spent on Easton Road or River Road where traffic can be much more challenging. So if you are getting off and heading straight to campus then it shouldn't take you more than 25-30 minutes, the further down those other roads you go, that is where you will loose time.
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Grew up in Piscataway and lived in Basking Ridge for a time. Also had a friend who worked at exit 33 on Route 78 in Basking Rdige. It is usually better to cut straight through Warren or Bridgewater on King George Road or Liberty Corner/Martinsville Road. It can save you up to 5-10 minutes at times. The southern side of Basking Ridge(below Lyons Road) is the closer side by up to 5 minutes. Let me know if you need more info.
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If you live on the southern end of town your commute will shorten by five minutes. There are various ways to get to Rutgers, the route of choice is Interstate 287. If you choose not to use the highway there are other ways that would add 5 to 10 minutes to your trip.
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It should take you about 1/2 hour. Anywhere close to I-78 exit 33 or near I-287 exit 20 would be the closest.
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