Friday, December 31, 1999

Public Transportation

New Jersey's public transportation system, NJ Transit, makes it easy to reach Burlington by bus or light rail, with hundreds of buses and trains every week running to, or through, Burlington. Flat-fare light rail service is available from Camden, Trenton and intermediate towns along the Delaware River, while bus service is available from Mount Holly, Trenton, Camden, Philadelphia, and intermediate towns, with fares based on trip distance. Buses and trains stop in the center of Burlington City, within easy walking distance of all historic sites and the downtown shopping district.
Public Transportation from the Southwest - Camden, Philadelphia
NJ Transit RiverLINE Light Rail - Serves Camden, Pennsauken, Palmyra, Riverton, Cinnaminson, Riverside, Delanco, Edgewater Park. Connections in Camden to PATCO rail service and Greyhound and NJ Transit bus service.
NJ Transit Bus 409 - Serves Philadelphia, Camden, Pennsauken, Cinnaminson, Delran, Willingboro. Connections to Greyhound and PATCO rail service in Camden; Greyhound and SEPTA rail and bus service in Philadelphia.
NJ Transit Bus 419 - Serves Philadelphia, Camden, Pennsauken, Palmyra, Riverton, Cinnaminson, Delran, Riverside, Delanco, Beverly, Edgewater Park. Connections to Greyhound and PATCO rail service in Camden; Greyhound and SEPTA rail and bus service in Philadelphia.

Public Transportation from the South - Mount Holly, Moorestown
NJ Transit Bus 413 - Serves Philadelphia, Camden, Pennsauken, Cherry Hill, Maple Shade, Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Hainesport, Mount Holly, Lumberton, Westampton. Connections to Academy Bus from New York in Westampton; Greyhound and PATCO rail service in Camden; Greyhound and SEPTA rail and bus service in Philadelphia.

Public Transportation from the North - Bordentown, Trenton
NJ Transit RiverLINE Light Rail - Serves Trenton, Bordentown, Roebling, Florence. Connects to NJ Transit, SEPTA and Amtrak rail service and NJ Transit regional bus service in Trenton.
NJ Transit Bus 409 - Serves Trenton, Bordentown, Fieldsboro, Florence. Connections to NJ Transit, SEPTA and Amtrak rail service in Trenton.
For bus fare and schedule information, please call NJ Transit at (800) 582-5946 (within New Jersey) or (215) 569-3752. Fare examples in March, 1999 are $1.00 from Mount Holly, $1.70 from Trenton, and $2.30 from Camden. For light rail fare and schedule information, visit the RiverLINE web site.


NJ Transit provides, by reservation, lift-equipped buses for passengers with disabilities. For reservations, please call NJ transit by 4:00 PM on the day before the scheduled trip.


During the off-peak hours of 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM on weekdays and all day on weekends and holidays, a reduced bus fare program is available for passengers with disabilities and those 62 years of age or older with a valid NJ Transit reduced fare or Medicare card. For more information, call the Reduced Fare program office at (201) 378-6401.

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