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Bus Service

There are several expanded or new public transit options that have been put in place in connection with this project. NJ TRANSIT is adding capacity to accommodate nearly 3,000 additional rail or bus customers each morning peak period. New or enhanced private bus and ferry service adds another 950 seats for those who choose to park and ride.

Route 1&9 - Haynes Avenue Park and Ride
NJDOT has arranged for new bus service to be provided by Suburban Transit, a private carrier, from a park and ride lot located off of
Route 1&9 South near Newark Liberty International Airport with service (pdf 249k) to Grove Street and Exchange Place in Jersey City. The 650-space park and ride lot is located just west of Route 1&9 and south of I-78 in Newark off Haynes Avenue. Free parking is available for 650 cars, and the bus fare, subsidized by NJDOT, is just $2.

From Route 1&9 northbound:

  • Use Route 1&9 local lanes
  • Take the Haynes Avenue exit
  • Proceed on Haynes Avenue over Routes 1&9 to Frelinghuysen Avenue
  • Turn right onto Frelinghuysen Avenue
  • At the third traffic signal turn left onto Route 22 ramp
  • Stay right and immediately exit onto Route 1&9 south
  • Make first right onto International Way

From Route 1&9 southbound:

  • Take Route 1&9 south local lanes and exit at International Way

From Route 22 eastbound:

  • Stay right after Frelinghuysen Avenue exit and take exit onto Route 1&9 south
  • Make first right onto International Way

From I-78 eastbound:

  • Exit 58A, Route 1&9 south
  • Continue on Route 1&9 south towards Newark Liberty International Airport
  • Make right onto International Way

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Route 1&9 - Haynes Avenue Park and Ride (pdf 730k)

New express bus service on the Route 22 corridor
NJ TRANSIT launched an express bus service on March 3, 2014 which offers regular, peak-hour service along the Route 22 corridor between Watchung and Newark Penn Station serving several intermediate communities via Mountain and Morris avenues. The new bus line (Number 95) operates exclusively during peak hours, providing an additional 330 seats for customers during each peak period.

In addition, on Monday, April 21, NJ TRANSIT will begin midday service on Bus #119 from Bayonne to Jersey City, where customers can access PATH, or continue on to Hoboken and Manhattan.

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  Last Updated:  April 21, 2014