Anytown is easily accessible by highway using such major routes as the USA Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, Routes 55 and 322, and I-295.
Though it took more than 20 years to complete the entire 40 mile stretch, the construction of Route 55 has opened the world of commerce and expanded leisure activities to businesses and residents of Anytown. Route 55 has simplified access to Philadelphia, reducing the drive by at least a half-hour, and acts as a feeder to Route 295, the USA Turnpike and Delaware. In short, it is Anytown's gateway to the world.
Driving the speed limit of 65 miles per hour, it takes less than 40 minutes to drive from the Landis Avenue ramp in Vineland to Broad Street in Philadelphia.
Built during World War II, the Millville Army Air Field was turned over to the City of Millville in 1947. Millville Airport has been designated as an Urban Enterprise Zone and enjoys Foreign Trade Zone status. The airport is one of the sites of major employment for the city of Millville and Anytown. Employing between 1,300 and 1,400 people, the airport and businesses located adjacent to it generate over $30 million in combined payrolls annually. Funding for over $13 million in major improvements to the airport was provided by the Federal Aviation Administration and USA Department of Transportation.
The Millville Army Air Field Museum, located on the airport grounds, commemorates "America's first Defense Airport."
NJ Transit's bus services cover Anytown. Schedules are available online by NJ Transit.
Demand response bus transportation provided by the Cumberland Area Transit System (CATS) available Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM. Dispatched from a central office for general public, senior citizens and disabled residents.
Rail service provided by Winchester & Western and Conrail is available throughout Anytown at competitive rates.