We are fortunate to be located near key public transportation routes, making it quick and easy to get wherever you need to go in New York and New Jersey. It also eliminates or lessens the need to have a car while living here to save you money and traffic hassles! This route services NJ Transit bus numbers 23, , and One is next to the crew quarters in the parking lot, two are next to the walkway in the parking lot, and one is on the northbound side of Tonnelle Avenue.
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Travel should be limited to essential purposes only. Customers may view bus schedules on njtransit. Executive Order became effective earlier this week and requires NJ TRANSIT to limit occupancy by passengers at 50 percent of the stated maximum vehicle capacity on all buses, trains and light rail vehicles, in addition to the requirement for customers and personnel onboard vehicles to wear a face covering.
The COVID response efforts by NJTRANSIT are constantly evolving and being enhanced to remain consistent with federal and state health recommendations to ensure the health and safety of our employees and customers still using the system for essential travel. Detailed information and virtual timetables will also be available next week. Customers are encouraged to visit njtransit. Due to the rapidly changing nature of the COVID response, customers are strongly encouraged to sign up for My Transit alerts and to check the njtransit.
Seats near the bus operator have been taken out of service to allow for proper social distancing for the operator. Travel should be limited to essential personnel only. Hard surface cleaning and disinfecting typically includes handholds, arm rests, seating areas and restrooms. Our enhanced cleaning regimen in stations includes additional disinfecting of frequent customer touchpoints such as ticket vending machines, handrails, door handles. In major stations and terminals, this occurs once every shift.
Areas regularly cleaned include doors, door knobs, windows, benches, partitions, trash cans, elevators, escalators, handrails, ledges, all restrooms and floor surfaces and all floor mats. The web page, njtransit. In addition to outlining the steps the agency has taken, the website also includes a Frequently Asked Questions FAQ section. NJ TRANSIT is closely engaged with the New Jersey Department of Health and other state and federal resources to carefully monitor, and if need be, respond to emergent health concerns that have the ability to impact customers and employees.
Travel Advice: Before starting your trip, visit njtransit. Visit the You Tube video for easy instructions on setting up custom push notifications.
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NJ Transit officials have said they are working to identify what routes show a pattern of higher volumes so more buses can be added. The executive order also requires that all riders wear face coverings while on NJ Transit or other private carriers and that transit workers be provided gloves and masks for their shifts. NJ Transit CEO and President Kevin Corbett noted at a board meeting this month that it would not be feasible to put a police officer on every vehicle or expect bus drivers to police buses. More than NJ Transit employees have tested positive for the coronavirus since March 19, and of those, are front-line employees who clean vehicles, operate trains or buses, or collect tickets on trains. Corbett tested positive for the virus last week.
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