Companies operating shuttle service between New York City and Newark International Airport include Go Airlink NYC, Super Shuttle, Coach USA and NYC Airporter, as of 2015. Airlink NYC and Super Shuttle operate van service and private cars, while Coach USA and NYC Airporter serve the airport with fixed-route express bus service.
Both Go Airlink NYC and Super Shuttle provide 24-hour shared, door-to-door shuttle service between Newark International Airport and destinations in the city. Vehicles make several stops, and they are typically priced higher than mass transit fares but lower than taxi fares. Reservations are necessary for transportation to the airport and recommended for transportation from the airport to the city. Pickups are generally within scheduled 15-minute windows. Both of these companies operate private car service to and from Newark Airport as well.
Coach USA operates a fixed-route express bus service to and from Newark Airport with several stops in Manhattan. No reservations are required, and buses arrive every 15 minutes between 6:45 a.m. and 11:15 p.m. Travelers making connections to other New York-area airports can use NYC Airporter, which operates express bus service between Newark Airport and LaGuardia or John F. Kennedy airports.
Though plenty of shuttles are available, train service is often the fastest way to get to and from Newark Airport. Travelers can board Air Train at the airport and then transfer to frequent New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains into the city.