Department of Transportation


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Reducing the number of cars on the road is the best way to manage traffic congestion during construction. To meet anticipated demand, these transit enhancements are planned to encourage and accommodate increased ridership.

Taking transit has just become easier.

Motorists can put together convenient itineraries from a variety of public transportation agencies, including NJ TRANSIT bus, rail, and light rail service; PATH trains; ferries; and private buses. New service and additional capacity on these routes and modes exceeds the number of cars that must be diverted during each a.m. peak period.

  • Bus
    • NJ TRANSIT express bus service on the Route 22 corridor

  • Ferry
    • Seastreak
    • NY Waterway

    • Morris & Essex (M&E) Lines
    • Raritan Valley Line
    • North Jersey Coast Line

  • PATH
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Service enhancements map (pdf 938k)
Two morning train trips will be added on the Morris & Essex (M&E) line between Summit and Hoboken Terminal (with connections to Jersey City and New York City) providing an additional 510 seats each morning. Coaches will be added in the morning and afternoon peak periods on the Raritan Valley line, providing an additional 1,260 seats to the morning peak period. New express bus service will be added on the Route 22 corridor, arriving at Newark Penn Station weekdays every 30 minutes from 6:30 to 9 am, providing an additional 260 seats. Enhanced service on PATH from Newark to World Trade Center.

Last updated date: November 17, 2020 7:38 AM