NEW JERSEY TRANSIT


NEW JERSEY TRANSIT INFORMATION

Official Web site of New Jersey Transit.

In 1980, New Jersey Transit became responsible for most public transportation in the state of New Jersey, acquiring Transport of New Jersey.

This page covers only streetcar and bus systems. The commuter rail system is well covered with this unofficial New Jersey Transit Web site.


STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES (PUBLIC SERVICE)

Many individual streetcar companies were eventually acquired by Public Service Corp. of New Jersey, prior to the introduction of buses.


STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES (OTHERS)

Several individual streetcar companies remained independent of Public Service Corp. of New Jersey, although most of the successor bus operations eventually became part of New Jersey Transit.


TRANSIT ROUTES - PAST AND PRESENT

NEWARK/JERSEY CITY LOCAL ROUTES

ROUTES TO NEW YORK CITY

CAMDEN/SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY

ATLANTIC CITY/TRENTON ROUTES

PASSAIC COUNTY/BERGEN COUNTY ROUTES

MIDDLESEX COUNTY/MORRIS COUNTY ROUTES

How the private streetcar and bus systems in New Jersey evolved into today's bus system.


BUS GARAGE/OPERATING FACILITY LOCATIONS

NORTHERN NEW JERSEY

SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY

Zoomable Google Maps show locations of present transit facilities. Satellite views are also available.


PRIVATE COMMUTER BUS LINES

Private bus lines which continue to operate, mostly into New York City, and subsidized by New Jersey Transit.


SUBURBAN/INTERURBAN RAILWAYS (MAP)

Map showing electric railways of the past, connecting various cities throughout New Jersey.


LINKS

NJ Transit Bus Fan Page

New Jersey Transit (Wikipedia)

New Jersey Transit Bus Fleet (Wikipedia)


Information from various sources, including various issues of the magazine "Motor Coach Age", the Poor's and the Moody investment manuals, and "The Trolley And Interurban Directory", by Joseph Gross.


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