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New Jersey is on the east coast of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America.

New Jersey  is on the east coast of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America. 

Population: 8.899.339 

Although the most densely populated state in the nation, New Jersey is well known for its beautiful beaches and other natural attractions, including the migratory birds of Cape May, the Pine Barrens, blueberry farms and cranberry bogs, the Delaware Water Gap, a 72-mile leg of the Appalachian Trail and its interurban analogue and the Palisades.

New Jersey's big cities are centers of government and business. Though parts of the larger cities may be run down, they still have a lot to offer. 

There are two climatic conditions in the state. The south, central, and northeast parts of the state have a humid mesothermal climate, while the northwest has a humid continental climate, with much cooler temperatures due to higher elevation.

Summers are typically hot and humid, with statewide average high temperatures of 28 - 31 °C and lows of 16 - 21 °C. Winters are usually cold, with average high temperatures of 1 - 6 °C and lows of - 9 to - 2 °C for most of the state.

Spring and autumn may feature wide temperature variations, with lower humidity than summer. During winter and early spring, New Jersey can experience "nor'easters", which are capable of causing blizzards.

New Jersey has a statewide mass transit system, centered on transportation to New York City and Philadelphia. New Jersey Transit, the chief operator of intrastate public transportation, manages three separate light rail systems, eleven commuter rail lines, and a statewide bus system. 

New Jersey Transit operates 247 bus routes throughout the state. New Jersey Transit provides local, commuter, and long-distance bus service in all 21 New Jersey counties. 

Outside of the state, New Jersey Transit has bus lines terminating at the Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in Manhattan, and the Greyhound Terminal in Philadelphia. New Jersey Transit's Wheels division is operated under contract by private companies using smaller fleets.

One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 2.50 $    

Monthly Pass (Regular Price): 73.00 $    

Atlantic City Boardwalk: Is considered the "Gambling Capital of the East Coast”. You can try your luck in gambling at some of the best casinos including Bally’s, Caesars, Trump Plaza, and many more. You can also enjoy the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The Boardwalk is the lifeline of the coastal city and the path that runs along the beach where tourists sunbathe, picnic and swim. The boardwalk strip contains as many as Casino/hotels as well as retail stores, restaurants, and amusements. 

Ocean City: Ocean City is a place where you can enjoy eight miles of shiny ocean and bay beaches. You can also take a ride on the 140-foot Ferris wheel with views of Ocean City and the surrounding areas from the top.

Battleship New Jersey: Regarded as America's most decorated museum, Battleship New Jersey is currently one of the most exciting museums in New Jersey. It is always open for overnight encampments, daytime tours and a wide variety of fascinating events.

Six Flags Great Adventure and Wild Safari:
With its numerous rides, fun-packed events and other entertainment options, the Six Flags Great Adventure & Wild Safari stands out as one of the best family-friendly attractions in New Jersey. 

Liberty State Park: Liberty state Park is an outstanding green oasis found in the Middle northern New Jersey. The park is located near a number of other notable attractions such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Manhattan Skyline. The park offers a number of state-of-the-art facilities suitable for biking, rollerblading and jogging. 

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