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Living in Edison, NJ
Most famously known as Thomas Alva Edison’s birthplace, Edison, NJ is a bustling 32 square-mile town of approximately 100,000 residents located in Middlesex County. Frequently called one of America’s most livable cities by Money Magazine and named one of America’s 10 Best Places to Grow Up by US News and World, Edison is focused on providing its citizens with a high quality of life—from its proliferation of green spaces to the Edison Arts Society, a non-profit organization facilitating programs and workshops in the arts.
Schools in Edison:
- James Monroe Elementary School
- Benjamin Franklin Elementary School
- Herbert Hoover Middle School
- John Adams Middle School
- Thomas Jefferson Middle School
- Woodrow Wilson Middle School
- John P. Stevens High School
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:
Transit & Commuting:
Edison is connected to NJ Transit via its train station in South Edison, servicing the Northeast Corridor line to New York City. The township operates a light rail, with service running to and from the train station during commuting hours. Neighboring towns Iselin and Metuchen also have train stations, providing coverage for North Edison. Edison is located at exit 10 on the New Jersey Turnpike and is accessible via US Route 1, Interstate 287, and Routes 27 and 440.
The town is also home to Menlo Park Mall, a two-level mid-range shopping center; JFK Medical Center, a 535-bed acute-care hospital; and Rutgers University’s Livingston campus.