Whether it's business meetings, conferences, festivals, art and theater events, or simply a nice dinner out, Trenton is the accessible New Jersey city. The state capital is a major transportation hub with multiple rail, air, bus, and roadway connections to meet all needs. Located on the Northeast Corridor line, rail travelers can choose from a full schedule of Amtrak trains bound for Washington D.C., Boston and beyond, as well as NJ Transit lines throughout the state and into New York City, and SEPTA regional rail into Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. The centrally-located Trenton Transit Center is not only the city's rail hub, but also seamlessly connects travelers on NJ Transit bus and the River Line light rail line service. Major highways like Route 1, Route 95, 295, 195 and the New Jersey Turnpike are all directly accessible in Trenton. And air travelers can avail themselves of the Trenton Mercer Airport, minutes from downtown and a major hub for Frontier Airlines. At a time when transit has become more crowded and time-consuming, Trenton stands out for its ease and multiple options.