NJTransit riders may see some updated routes across Gloucester, Camden and Burlington Counties.
Focused on 27 bus routes in the three-county region, NewBus BCG will evaluate how well the existing network serves customers by assessing where people live and work, how they travel, and how they use today’s system. The BCG project team is working to analyze these current conditions of the system.
“This new design will better serve our community’s needs and create a positive end-to-end experience. NJTransit is working to identify where transit can be an effective, efficient and attractive mobility option,” said Director Frank J. DiMarco.
While the region emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the transportation system needs to be strengthened to remain resilient as travel patterns continue to evolve.
“This program will ensure inclusive and equitable mobility, connecting individuals and communities to key destinations,” said Commissioner Jim Jefferson, liaison to the Division of Transportation.
Right now, the program is at its “Goal Setting and Service Strategy” stage and expects to implement final service recommendations in Fall/Winter 2022.
Your feedback will help ensure that the final plan responds to your community’s needs. There will be many opportunities to share input throughout the project. In the coming months, NJTransit will be holding meetings where you will be able to contribute your ideas and opinions on the future of mobility across the region.
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View the project website: https://www.njtransit.com/newbus-bcg