Downtown Springfield is less than a mile from I-78 so access is quite easy and shopping on Morris Avenue or Route 22 will find every need met. Springfield is known for being a quiet community filled with all of the amenities found in the more expensive surrounding towns. Homes are affordable and Union Counties lower taxes make Springfield a very desirable community.
The 114 New Jersey Transit bus to Port Authority is available from various points within Springfield and the ride takes about 40-45 minutes. In addition, a jitney service is provided from the municipal pool to the Short Hills train station during rush hours. Some Springfield residents live close enough to the station to walk.
Springfield public schools serve children from pre-K through 12th: Edward V. Walton School Early Childhood Center, Grades pre-K-2; Thelma L. Sandmeier , Grades 3-5, James Caldwell Elementary School, Grades 3-5; Florence M. Gaudineer Middle School, Grades 6-8; Jonathan Dayton High School,