New Hope is in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.The best way to get to New Hope is by car, although you can sometimes expect moderate to heavy traffic once you arrive.From Philadelphia 1-95 North to New Hope exit 51. Left at the stop sign, onto Taylorsville Road, 5 miles, 2 stop lights. At stop sign, left onto Route 32 (River road), 4 miles down turns into Main Street. From New York City NJ Turnpike south to Exit 14. I-78 West to I-287 South, to Route 202 South, to PA Toll Bridge. First right onto Route 32 South. 1 mile.There is one road that takes you directly into New Hope – Main Street. Main Street in the main road that runs right through the center of New Hope. Main Street is a part of Route 32. Be aware that the speed limit is 25, and is strictly enforced by the local police, especially for those traveling slower than 25 as this causes major congestion. Parking is also strictly enforced, and it is recommended to use the parking lots at the American Legion and elsewhere.There are additional scenic roads running perpendicular to the town, such as Windy Bush and Aquetong roads. Bridges guide you across canals, rivers, and streams. A steam engine railroad also runs right through the heart of New Hope which is a beloved attraction but really only intended for scenic rides.After parking, the most popular form of transportation is by feet

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