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The Southern New Jersey Transit Guide
The Southern
New Jersey
Transit Guide
Your Guide to
the Easy, Economical,
Efficient Way to Travel
Effective January 2007
Public Transit
THE EASY WAY TO COMMUTE
CONTENTS
A “How To” Guide for using Public Transit
1-6
NJ TRANSIT - Bus & Rail
Bus: 7-13 • Rail: 15-17
PATCO Rail
14
SEPTA - City Transit and Regional Rail
18-21
C
County/SJTA Public Transit
22-23
AMTRAK - Inter-City Rail
24
CAPE MAY SEASHORE LINES
24
COMMUTER BUS LINES - To NYC
Accessible Services/Reduced Fares
25
Transit Map
WO
LAN
NESHAMINY F
TREVOS
SOMERTON
FOREST HILLS
PHILMONT
BETHAYRES
MEADOWBROOK
RYDAL
NOBLE
FRANK
JENKINTOWN-WYNCOTE
MARGARETELKINS PARK
of all rail lines and bus connections
listed in this brochure
BSL FERN ROCK
OLNEY
LOGAN
N
CH
ERIE-TORRESDA
TIOG
WAYNE JUNCTION
WYOMING
HUNTING PARK
ERIE
ALLEGHENY
NORTH PHILA.
SS
36th
69th ST.
TERMINAL 63rd
56th
MILLBOURNE 60th
MFL
SUSQUEHANA-DAUPHIN
CECIL B. MOORE
GIRARD
FAIRMOUNT
30th ST. SPRING GARDEN
STATION
RACE-VINE
40th
SOMERSE
TEMPLE UNIVERS
CHINATOWN
MARKET
EAST
SUBURBAN
STATION
46th
52nd
ALLEGHEN
34th
33rd
DREXEL
UNIV.
36th
37th
40th
UNIVERSITY
CITY
SS
EASTWICK
30th 22nd 19th 15th
13th 11th
13th
CONVENTION CTR.
CITY HALL
WALNUT-LOCUST
PR
15th/16th
& Locust
12th/13th 9th/10th
& Locust & Locust
LOMBARD-SOUTH
ELLSWORTH-FEDERAL
TASKER-MORRIS
SNYDER
OREGON
PATTISON
BSL
Sports Complex
AIRPORT Terminal A
AIRPORT Terminal B
AM
AIRPORT Terminal C & D
AIRPORT Terminal E
TO BALTIMORE
& WASHINGTON
R1
PEN N S Y LVA N I A
TO ALBANY
AM
TO BOSTON
JAMAICA
R3
PENN STATION 33 St
SECAUCUS JUNCTION
NEW YORK
NEWARK
PENN STATION
NEWARK LIBERTY INTL AIRPORT
NORTH ELIZABETH
PATH
ELIZABETH
LINDEN
NEC
METUCHEN RAHWAY
EDISON
METROPARK
NEW BRUNSWICK
LONG ISLAND RR
WEST TRENTON
YARDLEY
OODBOURNE
NGHORNE
FALLS
SE
R7
JERSEY AVENUE
PRINCETON JCT./ PRINCETON (SHUTTLE)
HAMILTON /I-295
TRENTON
LEVITTOWN
BRISTOL
HAMILTON AVENUE
CROYDON
CASS STREET
EDDINGTON
BORDENTOWN
CORNWELLS HEIGHTS
ROEBLING
TORRESDALE
HOLMESBURG JUNCTION
FLORENCE
BURLINGTON
TACONY
TOWN CENTRE
WISSINOMING
AC
BURLINGTON SOUTH
BRIDESBURG
PR
BEVERLY/
RL
EDGEWATER PARK
CM
DELANCO
HUNTINGDON
BSL
RIVERSIDE
YORK-DAUPHIN
MFL
CINNAMINSON
BERKS
SS
RIVERTON
GIRARD
PALMYRA
R1
SPRING GARDEN
PENNSAUKEN/
R3
RT. 73
CITY HALL
R7
36th STREET
BROADWAY
2nd
MFL
World
Trade
Center
KFORD TERMINAL
-ORTHODOX
GA
NY
SET
SITY
COOPER ST./
RUTGERS
5th
AQUARIUM
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER
8th
& Market
WALTER RAND
TRANS. CENTER
Bus Connections
Park/Ride
Airport Terminal-PHL
Accessible Station
Atlantic City Line
PATCO Rail
Cape May Seashore Line
Broad Street Subway
Market-Frankford Line
Subway-Surface Line
Airport Line
West Trenton Line
Trenton Line
NEC
Northeat Corridor Line
AM
Amtrak
RL
River LINESM
FERRY
AVENUE
COLLINGSWOOD
WESTMONT
HADDONFIELD
CHERRY HILL
WOODCREST
ASHLAND
LINDENWOLD
LINDENWOLD
ATCO
PR
HAMMONTON
EGG HARBOR CITY
NEW JER S E Y
FUTURE
HURCH
ALE
ABSECON
AC
4-H FAIRGROUNDS
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE
RIO GRANDE (Future Services)
COLD SPRING
CAPE MAY
CM
ATLANTIC CITY
CONVENTION
CENTER, CASINOS
& BOARDWALK
Whether commuting within southern New Jersey –
or to Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Trenton or New York
– traveling by train, bus, subway or trolley can save
time, money and the environment!
Start with a timetable.
You will need to have a timetable for the schedule
of the bus or train line you want to take. You can
obtain timetables by accessing the websites or
information numbers listed at the end of this
brochure for the appropriate carrier. Or you can
pick up timetables at major stations or information
centers. Here is just a partial list:
NJ TRANSIT - CAMDEN/WALTER RAND
TRANSPORTATION CENTER, TRENTON STATION,
ATLANTIC CITY BUS AND RAIL STATIONS
PATCO - ALL STATIONS
SEPTA - INFORMATION CENTER AT 1234 MARKET
STREET, MARKET EAST STATION, SUBURBAN
STATION, 30TH STREET STATION
AMTRAK - 30TH STREET STATION
You can also get NJ TRANSIT southern New Jersey bus
timetables and maps, PATCO and Cape May Seashore
Lines timetables and select NJ TRANSIT, SEPTA, and
Amtrak rail timetables at many public locations and
from the Regional Travel Information Center at:
2002D Lincoln Drive West • Marlton, NJ 08053-1530
PHONE (856) 596-8228 • FAX (856) 983-0388
WEB SITE www.transportationchoices.com
E-MAIL [email protected]
Note: Information contained in this guide is subject
to change. Always consult with the particular carrier.
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Reading a timetable–easy as 1-2-3!
1
Choose your direction of travel and look at
the section of the schedule for either weekdays
(Monday thru Friday) or weekends (Saturday,
Sunday and holidays).
2
Find the location you are starting from
on the timetable. On bus timetables, the “time
points” listed represent the major stops. Buses also
stop at locations along the route that are between
the time points. On train timetables, every station is
listed, but trains will only stop at a station when a
time is listed. If the space is blank, that particular
train will not make that station stop.
3
Choose the start time of your trip. On NJ
TRANSIT bus, River LINESM and PATCO timetables,
read down. On NJ TRANSIT, SEPTA and Amtrak train
timetables, read across. Continue to your destination.
The trip’s arrival time will be noted. Be sure to
read any special symbols or footnotes! They give
important information about your bus route or train
line. Peak-hour trains are listed in the shaded areas
of NJ TRANSIT and SEPTA timetables. Off-peak
tickets are not valid on these trains.
SAVE with TransitChek
®
TransitChek gives employees a discount on
transportation fares by enabling employers to offer
a non-taxable fringe benefit. Special TransitChek
vouchers can be used like cash towards fares on
NJ TRANSIT, PATCO, SEPTA, and Amtrak, as well as
other transportation modes including vanpools. For
more information, call 1-800-355-5000, or visit
www.gettransitchek.org.
®
®
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Finding Transit Service
in your community
The following is a list of southern New Jersey
communities along with available bus routes and/or
rail service. Find the county in which you live and
locate your municipality to determine transit routes
serving your community. Bus routes are referenced
by number, and rail stations are listed by name.
To find out what other destinations are served by
the bus or rail line, go to the pages listed below.
• pages 9 through 13 for NJ TRANSIT buses.
• pages 15-17 for NJ TRANSIT rail and light rail
• page 14 for PATCO
Note: Only communities with current bus or rail services
are listed. If your location is not shown, see the
municipality closest to you to find available services.
ATLANTIC COUNTY
Absecon 508, 554, 559, Atlantic City Line
Atlantic City 319, 501, 502, 504, 505, 507, 508, 509,
551, 552, 553, 554, 559, Atlantic City Line
Brigantine Beach 501
Buena Vista 553
Corbin City 315
Egg Harbor City 554, Atlantic City Line
Egg Harbor Twp 502, 507, 508
Estell Manor 315
Folsom 315
Galloway 508, 554, 559
Hamilton 315, 502, 508, 553
Hammonton 554, Atlantic City Line
Linwood 507, 509
Longport 505
Margate 505
Mullica 554
Northfield 507, 509
Pleasantville 502, 507, 508, 509, 553, 554, 559
Port Republic 559
Somers Point 507, 509
Ventnor 504, 505
Weymouth 315
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BURLINGTON COUNTY
Bass River 559
Beverly 419, River LINE
Bordentown City 409, River LINE
Bordentown Twp 409
Burlington City 409, 413, 419, River LINE
Burlington Twp 409, 413, 418, 419
Cinnaminson 409, 419, River LINE
Delanco 419, River LINE
Delran 409, 419
Edgewater Park 409, 419
Evesham 406
Fieldsboro 409
Florence 409, River LINE
Hainesport 317, 413
Lumberton 317, 413
Mansfield 409
Maple Shade 317, 407, 413
Moorestown 317, 407, 413, 418, 457
Mt. Holly 317, 409, 413
Mt. Laur el 317, 413, 457
New Hanover 317
Nor th Hanover 317
Palmyra 419, River LINE
Pemberton Boro 317
Pemberton Twp 317
Riverside 419, River LINE
Riverton 419, River LINE
Southampton 317
Westampton 413
Willingboro 409, 418
Wrightstown 317
CAMDEN COUNTY
Audubon 400, 403, 450, 457
Audubon Park 400, 450
Barrington 403, 455
Bellmawr 400
Berlin Boro 554
Berlin Twp 406
Brooklawn 401, 402, 408, 410, 412
Camden 313, 315, 318-Seasonal, 317, 400, 401,
402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 412,
413, 418, 419, 450, 451, 452, 453, 457, 551,
River LINE, PATCO
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Cherry Hill 317, 404, 405, 406, 407, 413, 418, 450,
451, 455, 457, Atlantic City Line, PATCO Woodcrest
Chesilhurst 554
Clementon 403, 554
Collingswood 403, 450, 451, PATCO
Gloucester City 401, 402, 408, 410, 412, 457
Gloucester Twp 400, 403, 459
Haddon Heights 400, 403, 455, 457
Haddon Twp 403, 450, 451, PATCO Westmont
Haddonfield 451, 455, 457, PATCO
Laurel Springs 459, 554
Lawnside 403
Lindenwold 403, 451, 459, 554, Atlantic City Line,
PATCO
Magnolia 403
Mer chantville 404, 405, 407
Mount Ephraim 400, 457
Oaklyn 400, 403, 450
Pennsauken 317, 404, 405, 406, 407, 409, 413,
419, 452, River LINE
Pine Hill 403, 459
Runnemede 400, 455
Somerdale 403, 451
Stratford 403, 459
Tavistock 451
Voorhees 403, 406, 451, 459, PATCO Ashland
Waterford 554, Atlantic City Line
Winslow 316-Seasonal, 400, 459, 463, 551, 554
Woodlynne 400, 450, 453
CAPE MAY COUNTY
Avalon 315, 319
Cape May 313, 315, 316-Seasonal, 319-Seasonal, 552
Dennis 313, 315
Lower Twp 313, 315, 319-Seasonal, 552
Middle Twp 313, 315, 319, 552
Nor th Wildwood 313, 315, 316-Seasonal, 319, 552
Ocean City 319, 507, 509
Sea Isle City 315, 319
Stone Harbor 315, 319
Upper Twp 315, 319
West Cape May 552
Wildwood 313, 315, 316-Seasonal, 319, 552
Woodbine 313
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY
Bridgeton 410, 553
Fairfield 553
Maurice River 313
Millville 313, 408, 553
Upper Deerfield 410, 553
Vineland 313, 408, 553
GLOUCESTER COUNTY
Clayton 313, 408
Deptfor d 400, 401, 402, 408, 410, 412, 455, 463
East Gr eenwich 401
Elk 410
Franklin 313, 408
Glassboro 313, 408, 412
Greenwich 402
Harrison 410
Logan 402
Mantua 410, 412
Monroe 315, 400, 463
National Park 455
Newfield 408
Paulsboro 402, 455
Pitman 313, 408, 412
Swedesboro 401
Washington Twp 315, 400, 403, 408, 463
Wenonah 412
West Deptford 401, 402, 410, 455
Westville 401, 402, 408, 410, 412
Woodbury City 401, 402, 410, 412, 455, 463
Woodbury Heights 410, 412
Woolwich 401
SALEM COUNTY
Carneys Point 402, 423, 468
Mannington 401, 468
Oldmans 402
Penns Grove 402, 423, 468
Pennsville 402, 423, 468
Pilesgrove 401
Salem City 401, 468
Upper Pittsgrove 410
Woodstown 401, 468
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Traveling by
Bus
In urban areas such as Camden, Philadelphia, Trenton
and Atlantic City, bus stops are usually marked by
bus stop signs and many stops (such as those along
Market St. in Philadelphia) have bus shelters. Signs
may list the route numbers of the buses stopping
at that location. Be sure to check the route and
destination of the bus you want to take on both the
bus stop sign and on the bus.
In suburban and rural areas, all bus stops may not
be marked. But you can still board a bus anywhere
along the route where it is safe for the bus to stop.
To board the bus, just signal the driver clearly with
your hand as the bus approaches.
When you board, tell the driver where you are going
and deposit the required fare. Most local/city transit
buses are exact fare only! The bus will be labeled
“Exact Fare” on the outside next to the entrance door.
The fare box will accept coins and $1.00 bills. The
driver does not have change!
Bus Fares
NJ TRANSIT bus fares are based on the number of
zones traveled between your origin and destination.
The fare for a one-zone intrastate trip is $1.25.
Additional zone charges may apply for longer trips.
Most trips in southern New Jersey are four zones or
less. If your trip requires a transfer to a second bus,
purchase a transfer for 55 cents when you pay your
fare on the first bus – you’ll save 70 cents on the
second fare! Transfers are available for intrastate
trips at the following rates:
Adult - $.55
Child/Senior Citizen/People with Disabilities - $.25
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If you commute daily, you can save up to 35% over
the regular one-way fare by purchasing a monthly NJ
TRANSIT bus pass. You can use it to make unlimited
trips on NJ TRANSIT bus routes for an entire calendar
month for the number of zones indicated on the
pass. There is an interstate pass for rides between
New Jersey and Philadelphia and an intrastate pass
for rides totally within New Jersey.
If you travel only a few days a week, a 10-trip ticket
is available at a 10-25% discount over the regular
one-way fare. It is good for ten one-way trips for
20 days from the date of purchase.
Monthly and 10-trip tickets are available at most
major bus terminals, at local ticket agencies and
by mail through NJ TRANSIT’s MAIL-FARE program.
Call (800) 648-0215 for MAIL-FARE information, or
go to www.njtransit.com and click on QuikTikSM
online ticketing.
For information regarding SEPTA bus and rail fares
and cost of transfers, call SEPTA at (215) 580-7800.
Discounted fares are available by using tokens,
Transpass, TrailPass, Day Pass, or Cross County Pass.
Depending upon frequency of travel, significant
discounts can be realized.
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NJ TRANSIT Southern New Jersey Bus Routes
The following is a list of all bus routes operated
by NJ TRANSIT in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden,
Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer
and Salem counties and the Trenton area.
307 Seasonal services to Six Flags Gr eat Adventure
Also serving Freehold-Jackson Premiere Outlets.
313/315 Cape May-W ildwood-Philadelphia Also
serving Vineland, Millville, Woodbine, Sea Isle City,
Avalon, Stone Harbor, Cape May Courthouse, North
Wildwood, Rio Grande, Rowan University, Glassboro,
Camden.
316 Cape May-W ildwood-Philadelphia (Summer only)
Also serving Avandale Park/Ride, Rio Grande,
North Wildwood, and Cape May.
317 Asbury Park-Fort Dix-Philadelphia Also serving
Camden, Cherry Hill, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Mt. Holly,
Burlington County College, Pemberton, Browns Mills,
McGuire AFB, Wrightstown, Cassville, Lakewood, Brick,
Pt. Pleasant Beach and Belmar.
318 Philadelphia-Six Flags Great Adventure
(Summer only) serving Camden.
319 New York-Atlantic City-W ildwood-Cape May
Also serving Toms River With limited service to
Jersey City, Newark, Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Avalon,
Stone Harbor, and North Wildwood. Seasonal service
to Cape May.
400 Sicklerville-Philadelphia Also serving Avandale
Park/Ride, Williamstown, Turnersville, Lakeland, Deptford
Mall, Camden County College, Blackwood, Runnemede,
Bellmawr, Mt. Ephraim, Audubon Park and Camden.
401 Salem-Philadelphia Also serving Woodstown,
Swedesboro, Woodbury, Westville, Brooklawn,
Gloucester City and Camden.
401, 402, 410, 412 Woodbury-Philadelphia Also
serving Westville, Brooklawn, Gloucester, and Camden.
402 Pennsville-Philadelphia Also serving Penns Grove,
Pennsville, Pureland Industrial Park, Beckett, Gibbstown,
Paulsboro, Woodbury, Westville, West Deptford, Logan,
Brooklawn, Gloucester City, and Camden.
Rail Connections
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403 Turnersville-Lindenwold PATCO-Philadelphia Also
serving Erial, Pine Hill, Gloucester Twp., Camden County
College, Clementon, Echelon Mall, Haddon Heights,
Audubon, Barrington, Collingswood and Camden.
404 Cherry Hill Mall-Pennsauken-Philadelphia
Also serving Merchantville and Camden.
405 Philadelphia-Merchantville-Cherry Hill Mall
Also serving Camden and Pennsauken.
406 Berlin-Marlton-Philadelphia Also serving Voorhees,
Marlton Crossing, Virtua Hospital, Cherry Hill, Cherry
Hill Industrial Park, Pennsauken, and Camden. (This
route serves Cross County Connection’s Regional Travel
Information Center in Marlton)
407 Philadelphia-Merchantville-Moorestown Mall
Also serving East Gate Corporate Center, East Gate
Square, Moorestown, Maple Shade, Merchantville,
Pennsauken, and Camden.
408 Millville-Philadelphia Also serving Vineland, Newfield,
Franklinville, Clayton, Glassboro, Pitman, New Sharon,
Deptford, Westville, Gloucester City, Cumberland Co.
Social Service-One Stop, and Camden.
409 Trenton-Willingboro-Philadelphia Also serving Camden,
Pennsauken, Cinnaminson, Delran, Bridgeboro, Willingboro,
Willingboro Town Center-Park/Ride, Edgewater Park,
Burlington, Florence, Roebling, Bordentown, and
Trenton Rail Station.
410 Bridgeton-Philadelphia Also serving Deerfield,
Shirley, Pittsgrove, Mullica Hill, Mantua, Woodbury,
Westville, Brooklawn, Gloucester City, and Camden.
412 Glassboro-Philadelphia Also serving Elsmere,
Pitman, Barnsboro, Mantua, Wenonah, Woodbury,
Woodbury Hts, Westville, Gloucester City, Gloucester
Co. Holly Dell Complex, Gloucester Co. One-Stop,
Rowan University, and Camden.
413 Philadelphia-Mt. Holly-Burlington Also serving
Camden, Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Maple Shade,
Moorestown, Moorestown Mall, East Gate Corporate
Center, Hainesport, Centerton Square, Lumberton Plaza,
Virtua Hospital, Burlington County Social Services
Building, Westampton, and Burlington Center Mall.
418 Willingboro Express – Willingboro-Burlington-Trenton
Also serving Mount Holly. Camden Express –
Camden-Cherry Hill Mall-Moorestown Mall-Trenton
419 Burlington-Riverside-Philadelphia (via River Road)
Also serving Edgewater Park, Beverly, Delanco, Delran,
Riverton, Cinnaminson, Palmyra, Pennsauken, and Camden.
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Rail Connections
423 Penns Grove-Pennsville-W ilmington, Delaware
Also serving Carneys Point and Deepwater.
450 Cherry Hill-Audubon-Camden Also serving Cherry
Hill Mall, Garden State Pavilion, NJT Atlantic City Rail
Line, Cherry Hill Executive Campus, Haddon Twp.,
Westmont PATCO, Audubon, Black Horse Center,
Audubon Park, and Village of Fairview.
451 Camden-Echelon Mall-Lindenwold PATCO
Also serving Collingswood, Westmont, Haddonfield,
Woodcrest, Cherry Hill, Voorhees.
452 Camden-36th Street Station Also serving
Adventure Aquarium, Cramer Hill, Tweeter Center,
Campbell’s Field, North Camden.
453 Ferry Avenue PATCO-Camden Also serving
Broadway in Camden, and Woodlynne.
455 Cherry Hill Mall-Woodbury-Paulsboro Also serving
Cherry Hill Mall, JFK Hospital, Kingston Estates,
Haddonfield PATCO, Haddon Heights, Barrington,
Runnemede, Deptford Mall, National Park, and
Thorofare.
457 Moorestown Mall-Camden Also serving East Gate
Square, East Gate Corporate Center and Industrial
Center, Mt. Laurel, Maple Shade, Haddonfield
PATCO, Haddon Heights, Audubon, Mt. Ephraim,
Gloucester City, and Cherry Hill.
459 Echelon Mall-Camden County College-Avandale
Park/Ride Also serving Winslow Twp., Gloucester Twp.,
Lindenwold PATCO, Voorhees Twp., Eagle Plaza, Laurel
Corporate Center, and Voorhees Corporate Center.
463 Woodbury-Avandale Park/Ride Also serving
Underwood Memorial Hospital, Woodbury Courthouse,
Deptford, Woodbury Heights, New Sharon, Gloucester
Co. Inst. of Technology, Gloucester County College,
Washington Twp., JFK Hospital, Gloucester Co. Health
Services Complex, Monroe, Williamstown and Winslow.
468 Penns Grove-Salem-Woodstown Also serving
Carneys Point, Salem Comm. College, Deepwater,
Pennsville, Pennsville Shopping Center, Pennsville
Market (Wal-Mart), Salem Shopping Center, Mannington,
Salem Memorial Hospital, Salem Co. Nursing Home,
Salem Co. Vo-Tech, and Woodstown Acme.
501 Brigantine Beach-Atlantic City Also serving Trump
Marina Hotel/Casino, Harrah’s Atlantic City Casino,
Borgata Casino, and Atlantic City Bus Terminal.
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502 Atlantic City-Hamilton Mall-Atlantic/Cape Community
College Also serving Atlantic City Bus Terminal,
Pleasantville, Egg Harbor Twp., Cardiff Power Center,
Shore Mall, and English Creek Center.
504 Bungalow Park-Ventnor Plaza Also serving Chelsea
Heights, Atlantic City Bus Terminal, and Ventnor Heights.
505 Atlantic City-Mar gate-Longport Also serving
Ventnor, Ventnor Plaza Shopping Center, Ventnor
Heights, Venice Park, and Atlantic City Inlet.
507 Atlantic City-Ocean City Also serving Pleasantville,
Northfield, Linwood, Somers Point, Atlantic City Bus
Terminal, Shore Memorial Hospital, and Ocean City
Transportation Center.
508 Atlantic City-Richard Stockton College-Hamilton Mall
Also serving Pleasantville, Absecon, Absecon Manor
(limited) Galloway Twp., Atlantic City Bus Terminal,
Seaview Country Club, AtlantiCare, Consumer Square,
Absecon Highlands, and Atlantic County Social
Security Office.
509 Atlantic City-Somers Point-Ocean City Also serving
Pleasantville, Northfield, and Linwood.
551 Philadelphia-Atlantic City-Ocean City Also serving
Camden, Sicklerville, Avandale Park/Ride, and
Atlantic City.
552 Cape May-Atlantic City Also serving The Villas,
Wildwood, Rio Grande, Cape May Courthouse, North
Cape May, North Wildwood, Burdette Tomlin Hospital,
Ocean View Park and Ride, and Casino Employee
Park/Ride Lot, and Crest Haven Complex.
553 Atlantic City-Upper Deerfield Also serving Bridgeton,
Millville, Cumberland Mall, Cumberland County College,
Vineland, Richland, Buena Vista, Vineland Transportation
Center, Mays Landing, Hamilton Business Park, Atlantic
County Vo-Tech, Hamilton Mall, Pleasantville (Limited),
Atlantic City Bus Terminal, and South Jersey
Healthcare Regional Medical Center.
554 Lindenwold PATCO-Atlantic City Also serving
Berlin, Atco, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City, Absecon,
Pleasantville, Mullica Twp., and Galloway Twp.
559 Lakewood-Atlantic City Also serving Toms River,
Forked River, Barnegat, Manahawkin, Tuckerton, Mystic
Island, Little Egg Harbor, New Gretna, Smithville,
Absecon, Pleasantville, Dover Twp., and Waretown.
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Rail Connections
600 Trenton-Plainsboro Also serving Trenton Rail Station,
River LINE, Lawrence, West Windsor, Quaker Bridge
Mall, Princeton Market Fair, Princeton Forrestal Village.
601, 606, 608, 609 Capital Connection fr om Trenton
Rail Station/River LINE From Rail Station to
Downtown and Statehouse.
601 Trenton-College of New Jersey-White Horse
Also serving Ewing, Hamilton, and the Trenton Rail Station.
602 Pennington-Trenton Also serving Ewing and
College of New Jersey.
603 Mercer Mall-Quaker Bridge Mall-Hamilton
Marketplace Also serving West Windsor, Sovereign
Bank Arena, Mercer County Courthouse, Robert
Wood Johnson-Hamilton Hospital, and Lawrence.
604 East Trenton-Trenton Rail Station Also serving
Mercer County Courthouse, Labor Building and
Justice Complex.
605 Montgomery-Princeton-Quaker Bridge Mall Also
serving Princeton Twp., West Windsor, Lawrence,
Princeton Rail Station, Princeton University, Princeton
Medical Center, and Mercer Mall.
606 Princeton-Mer cer ville-Hamilton Squar e Also
serving Lawrence, Rider University, Trenton, Hamilton,
Hamilton Rail Station, Princeton University,
Lawrenceville, Trenton Rail Station, and Mercerville.
607 Ewing-Trenton-Independence Plaza Also serving
NJ DOT, Sovereign Bank Arena, Hamilton Twp., and
Mercer County Courthouse.
608 Hamilton-West Trenton Also serving Trenton,
Ewing, Hamilton Rail Station, Trenton Rail Station, NJ
State Hospital, and West Trenton Rail Station.
609 Ewing-Quaker Bridge Mall-Mer cer County College
Also serving Trenton Rail Station, West Trenton, Hamilton,
Lawrence, State House Complex, and NJ DOT offices.
611 Perry Street Park-Ride Shuttle Also serving
downtown State offices.
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Traveling by
Train
PATCO
PATCO, a subsidiary of the Delaware River Port
Authority, operates train service between southern
New Jersey and Philadelphia. Park/Ride facilities are
available for more than 12,600 cars
at seven New Jersey stations. 60%
of parking spaces are free at all times.
Pennsylvania
Between 5 and 10AM, paid parking
15th/16th & Locust
gates accept $1 payment, for up to
24 hours parking, using a FREEDOM
12th/13th & Locust
smart card. Metered parking is also
9th/10th & Locust
available - $ .25 for each 2 hours.
8th & Market
CITY HALL
BROADWAY
FERRY AVENUE
COLLINGSWOOD
WESTMONT
Economical fares are based on the distance
of New Jersey stations from Philadelphia
in the following zoned station groups:
Lindenwold, Ashland, Woodcrest - $2.45
Haddonfield, Westmont, Collingswood - $2.15
Ferry Avenue-Camden - $1.85
Broadway & City Hall-Camden - $1.15
Between Philadelphia stations - $1.15
Between all New Jersey stations - $1.30
(Fares are one-way)
HADDONFIELD
One-way or two-trip tickets, as well
as stored value FREEDOM smart
cards, can be purchased from
ASHLAND
vending machines at each station.
LINDENWOLD
Tickets are intended for same day
use and expire within 3 days of
New Jersey
purchase. FREEDOM offers frequent
riders the convenience of loading value onto
reusable smart cards. Reduced price, round-trip
SEPTA transfer tickets may also be purchased from
the same vending machines in New Jersey stations
for use between PATCO trains and SEPTA’s MarketFrankford Subway/Elevated Line, Broad Street, and
Ridge Avenue subways, and designated trolley and
bus routes. See www.ridepatco.org for schedules,
parking and FREEDOM smart card details, or call
(856) 772-6900 for more information.
WOODCREST
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Park/Ride
Accessible
NJ TRANSIT ® Commuter Rail Lines
River LINESM
NJ TRANSIT provides commuter light rail service
between Trenton and Camden. Connecting services
at each end of the River LINE provide easy access to
Manhattan, Atlantic City, Philadelphia and more. At
the Trenton Station, connections
TRENTON
are available to NJ TRANSIT
HAMILTON AVENUE
Northeast Corridor Line (see page
17), NJ TRANSIT buses (see
CASS STREET
page 9) SEPTA R7 Regional Rail
BORDENTOWN
Line (see page 18), and Amtrak
(see page 24). At the Walter Rand
ROEBLING
Transportation Center in Camden,
FLORENCE
connections are available to
PATCO (see page 14) and NJ
BURLINGTON
TOWNE CENTRE
TRANSIT buses (see page 9).
BURLINGTON SOUTH
Fourteen of the twenty stations
BEVERLY/
offer parking. Parking is free with
EDGEWATER PARK
the exception of the Trenton
DELANCO
Station. Riders purchase tickets
from ticket vending machines
RIVERSIDE
(TVM’s) located on the platforms
CINNAMINSON
at each station, at the Trenton
Station and the Walter Rand
RIVERTON
Transportation Center in Camden.
PALMYRA
One-way tickets must be validated
before boarding. Monthly passes
RT. 73/PENNSAUKEN
do not need to be validated.
36th STREET
WALTER RAND
TRANS. CENTER
COOPER STREET/
RUTGERS
AQUARIUM
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER
Light rail fares are:
One-Way - $1.25
Senior Citizens/
Passengers with Disabilities - $.60
Monthly Pass - $41.00
Monthly passes are also available by mail (call
800-648-0215) or on-line at www.njtransit.com.
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NJ TRANSIT ® Commuter Rail Lines
Pennsylvania
PHILADELPHIA
30TH STREET STATION
CHERRY HILL
LINDENWOLD
ATCO
HAMMONTON
EGG HARBOR CITY
ABSECON
Atlantic City Line
NJ TRANSIT provides commuter
rail service between Atlantic City
and Philadelphia.
At the Atlantic City terminal, free
shuttle bus service is available for
NJ TRANSIT rail passengers to all
casinos and major hotels. You will
receive a free round trip. Parking
is available at all stations.
ATLANTIC CITY
CONVENTION CENTER
New Jersey
One-way fares are:
To/from Phila.-30th Street:
Cherry Hill - $3.00
Lindenwold - $3.75
Atco - $4.75
Hammonton - $5.50
Egg Harbor City - $6.75
Absecon - $6.75
Atlantic City - $7.25
To/from Atlantic CityConvention Center:
Absecon - $1.00
Egg Harbor City - $2.25
Hammonton - $3.50
Atco - $3.50
Lindenwold - $3.75
Cherry Hill - $4.75
Phila.-30th Street - $7.25
Multiple-ride commutation tickets are also available,
which offer the daily commuter substantial discounts
over the regular one-way fare. Weekly tickets save
you 15% and monthly tickets save you up to 30%!
Tickets can be purchased at vending machines on
the platforms (which accept credit cards) or at the
Atlantic City ticket office. Tickets may be purchased
on the train, but a $5.00 surcharge may apply if the
ticket window is open or the ticket vending machine
is operating. Purchase your NJ TRANSIT monthly Bus
or Rail Pass through the mail. To enroll, complete
and mail in an application, found at major stations,
or call (973) 491-8491 for MAIL-TIK information.
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Northeast Corridor Line
NJ TRANSIT provides commuter rail service between
Trenton and New York, with connections to the
SEPTA R7 Regional Rail Line at Trenton (see page 12).
New York
PENN STATION
NEW YORK
SECAUCUS JUNCTION
NEWARK
PENN STATION
NEWARK LIBERTY
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
NORTH ELIZABETH
ELIZABETH
LINDEN
RAHWAY
METROPARK
METUCHEN
EDISON
NEW BRUNSWICK
JERSEY AVENUE
PRINCETON JUNCTION/
PRINCETON (SHUTTLE)
HAMILTON /I-295
TRENTON
New Jersey
Fares between Trenton and
New York are $11.50 one-way
and $19.50 for the off-peak
round-trip ticket. Tickets can
be purchased at vending
machines on the platforms
(which accept credit cards)
or at station ticket offices.
Tickets may be purchased
on the train, but a $5.00
surcharge may apply if the
ticket window is open or
the ticket vending machine
is operating. Multiple-ride
commutation tickets are
also available, which
offer the daily commuter
substantial discounts over
the regular one-way fare.
Weekly tickets save you
15% and monthly tickets
save you 30%!
Purchase your NJ TRANSIT
monthly Bus or Rail Pass
through the mail. To enroll,
complete and mail in an
application, found at major
stations, or call (973) 4918491 for MAIL-TIK information.
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SEPTA Regional Rail Lines
New Jersey
TRENTON
LEVITTOWN
BRISTOL
CROYDON
EDDINGTON
CORNWELLS HEIGHTS
TORRESDALE
HOLMESBURG JUNCTION
TACONY
BRIDESBURG
R7 Trenton
The R7 provides service between
Center City Philadelphia and
Trenton, with connections to the
NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor
Line at Trenton (see page 11).
For information regarding
SEPTA rail fares, call SEPTA at
(215) 580-7800. Discounted
fares are available by using
weekly or monthly passes.
Depending upon frequency
of travel, significant discounts
can be realized.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
30TH STREET STATION
SUBURBAN STATION
MARKET EAST
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
1,600 free spaces at Park/Ride off I-95
Pennsylvania To Chestnut Hill East
AIRPORT Terminal E
R1 Airport Line
AIRPORT Terminal C & D
The R1 provides service between
Center City Philadelphia and the
five terminals at Philadelphia
International Airport.
AIRPORT Terminal B
AIRPORT Terminal A
EASTWICK
UNIVERSITY CITY
For information regarding SEPTA
rail fares, call SEPTA at (215)
30TH STREET STATION
580-7800. Discounted fares
SUBURBAN STATION
are available by using weekly or
monthly passes. Depending upon
MARKET EAST
frequency of travel, significant
discounts can be realized.
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
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To Glenside
New Jersey
WEST TRENTON
YARDLEY
WOODBOURNE
LANGHORNE
NESHAMINY FALLS
TREVOSE
SOMERTON
FOREST HILLS
PHILMONT
BETHAYRES
MEADOWBROOK
RYDAL
NOBLE
JENKINTOWN-WYNCOTE
R3 West Trenton
The R3 provides service
between Center City
Philadelphia and West
Trenton.
At the West Trenton Station,
connections can be made
to the NJ TRANSIT 608 bus
route to Trenton, Hamilton
Township and Lambertville.
For information regarding
SEPTA rail fares, call
SEPTA at (215) 580-7800.
Discounted fares are
available by using weekly
or monthly passes.
Depending upon frequency
of travel, significant
discounts can be realized.
ELKINS PARK
FERN ROCK TRANSP. CTR.
WAYNE JUNCTION
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
MARKET EAST
SUBURBAN STATION
30TH STREET STATION
UNIVERSITY CITY
Pennsylvania
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SEPTA Subway, Elevated and Trolley
FRANKFORD TERMINAL
MARGARET-ORTHODOX
SEPTA operates the following
subway/elevated services
through Center City:
CHURCH
ERIE-TORRESDALE
TIOGA
ALLEGHENY
SOMERSET
HUNTINGDON
YORK-DAUPHIN
The Market-Frankford
Subway/Elevated Line
provides east-west service
along Market Street, with
connections to PATCO and
NJ TRANSIT buses at the
8th & Market Streets Station.
BERKS
GIRARD
The Subway/Surface Line
SPRING GARDEN
2nd
5th
8TH & MARKET
11th
provides local service under
Market Street from 13th StreetConvention Center to University
City, where it splits into five
streetcar lines. Connections can
be made from NJ TRANSIT buses
at 13th Street-Convention Center.
13th
15th
13th
CONVENTION CTR.
15th
30th
19th
40th
22nd
46th
30th
52nd
56th
60th
63rd
33rd
DREXEL UNIV.
36th
36th
37th
40th
MILLBOURNE
20
69th St.
TERMINAL
FERN ROCK
OLNEY
LOGAN
WYOMING
HUNTING PARK
ERIE
ALLEGHENY
The Broad St. Subway
operates north-south through
Center City. Connections can be
made from PATCO’s 12th-13th
Streets Station, or the 15th-16th
Streets Station to the WalnutLocust/Broad Street Subway
stop. NJ TRANSIT bus connections can be made at City Hall
or Race-Vine Streets Stations.
N. PHILADELPHIA
SUSQUEHANADAUPHIN
CECIL B. MOORE
GIRARD
FAIRMOUNT
The Broad St./Ridge Ave.
Subway Spur
operates from 8th & Market
Streets where connections
can be made from PATCO
and NJ TRANSIT buses.
SPRING GARDEN
RACE-VINE
CITY HALL
CHINATOWN
8th & MARKET
WALNUT-LOCUST
LOMBARD-SOUTH
ELLSWORTH-FEDERAL
TASKER-MORRIS
SNYDER
OREGON
For information regarding
SEPTA subway/elevated and
trolley line fares, call SEPTA
at (215) 580-7800. Savings
are available by using a SEPTA
Transpass, TrailPass, Day Pass
or Cross County Pass.
PATTISON
Sports Complex
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County and South Jersey
Transportation Authority
Public Transit Services
County/SJTA operated public transit programs
provide transportation that supplements the regular
mass transit services. Please consult your county
Transportation office or SJTA at the numbers listed
below, or call Cross County Connection for further
information.
Atlantic County
Atlantic County provides demand-responsive
shuttle services throughout the county. Services
provide connections many to locations, including
NJ TRANSIT bus and rail stations. Call Atlantic
County at 609-645-5910 for more information.
Burlington County
Burlington County provides transit services
throughout the County. Major destinations include
Pemberton, Mt. Holly, Willingboro, as well as
County social service offices and Burlington County
College. Burlington County also provides transit
services to several River LINE stations, connecting
passengers with suburban office parks and
shopping destinations. Call Burlington County at
609-265-5109 for schedules and more information.
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Camden County
The South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA)
provides employment-based shuttle services to
destinations throughout southern New Jersey. SJTA
also provides shuttle services to support several
stations along the River LINE. These shuttles serve
sites in Camden City as well as suburban office
parks. Call SJTA at 856-616-0815 for schedules
and more information.
Cumberland County
Cumberland County provides shuttle services to
destinations throughout the county, including
employment sites in Vineland and Bridgeton.
These services connect with NJ Transit bus routes.
Call Cumberland County Improvement Authority at
856-825-3700 for schedules and more information.
Gloucester County
Gloucester County provides demand responsive
shuttle transportation to locations throughout the
County. Call Gloucester County at 856-307-4845
for schedules and more information.
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Amtrak
TO ALBANY
TO BOSTON
Amtrak provides interPENN STATION
city rail service to points
NEW YORK
throughout the United
NEWARK
PENN STATION
States, including services
METROPARK
in the Northeast between
Philadelphia and Washington, NEW BRUNSWICK
Baltimore, Wilmington,
PRINCETON JCT.
Harrisburg, New York,
Albany, Springfield and
TRENTON
Boston. Commuter tickets
CORNWELLS HTS.
are available to several
cities such as New York.
NORTH PHILA.
LONG ISLAND RR
30th ST. STATION
1,600 free spaces at
Park/Ride off I-95
TUCKAHOE
Future Service
WOODBINE
DENNISVILLE
4-H FAIRGROUNDS
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE
Future Service
RIO GRANDE
COLD SPRING
CAPE MAY
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TO HARRISBURG
TO BALTIMORE
& WASHINGTON
Cape May
Seashore Lines
The Cape May Seashore
Lines operate regularly
scheduled excursion
service, spring through fall,
and limited special event
service in late fall. Contact
the CMSL for schedule
and fare
information.
Commuter Bus Service to NY City
The following bus companies operate service from
southern New Jersey to the Port Authority Bus
Terminal in Midtown Manhattan and Wall Street
in Downtown Manhattan:
Academy Bus Lines–from the Westampton
Bus Terminal on Route 541 near Exit 5 of the NJ
Turnpike and the Willingboro Park/Ride on US 130.
Greyhound –from the Mt. Laurel Park/Ride at
Fellowship Road and Route 73 and the Walter Rand
Transportation Center in Camden
at Broadway and Mickle Blvd.
Accessible Services
NJ TRANSIT, PATCO, SEPTA and Amtrak all provide
accessible services for people with disabilities.
These include buses with lifts and “kneeling”
features, and elevators or ramps at
certain train stations. Please consult
the carrier for details on these services.
Reduced Fares
for Senior Citizens & People with Disabilities
On NJ TRANSIT, people with disabilities, and those
62 years and older, can travel on-board NJ TRANSIT
trains, buses and light rail vehicles at a reduced fare
of one-half the regular one-way fare or less at all times
with valid ID. Please call (973) 378-6401
for more information on the Reduced
Fare Program and ID requirements.
On PATCO, all persons 65 years and older and people
with disabilities may ride during the off-peak hours
for one half the lowest regular interstate fare.
On all SEPTA services, free and reduced fares are
offered during off-peak hours.
Proper identification is required for all reduced fares.
Please call the appropriate carrier for details.
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Need a timetable or map for
a service listed in this guide?
Mail or fax us this handy form!
Your Name
Address
Email
Phone (
)
❏ NJ TRANSIT ❏ PATCO
❏ SEPTA
❏ River LINE
❏ Cape May Seashore Line
❏ Atlantic City Rail Line
❏ Other
Route Name
Route Number
❏ Timetable
❏ Bus Route Map
❏ Other
Would you like information on car/van pooling and
other commuting alternatives?
❏ Yes!
Where did you obtain this brochure?
Mail to:
Cross County Connection
2002D Lincoln Drive West
Marlton, NJ 08053-1530
Fax to: (856) 983-0388
Or fill out this form on our website:
www.transportationchoices.com
CROSS COUNTY CONNECTION
(856) 596-8228
www.transportationchoices.com
NJ TRANSIT
Bus, Rail and Light Rail information
1-800-772-2222
TT - hearing impaired
(800) 772-2287
www.njtransit.com
www.riverline.com
PATCO
(856) 772-6900
www.ridepatco.org
SEPTA
Information
(215) 580-7800
Schedules
(215) 580-7777
www.septa.org
AMTRAK
(800) USA-RAIL (872-7245)
www.amtrak.com
CAPE MAY SEASHORE LINES
(609) 884-CMSL (2675)
www.capemayseashorelines.org
ACADEMY BUS LINES
(609) 265-2400
www.academybus.com
GREYHOUND
(800) 231-2222
www.greyhound.com
TransitChek®
(800) 355-5000
www.dvrpc.org/transportation/transitchek
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