NJ Transit

New Jersey Transit Corporation, branded as NJ Transit or NJTransit and often shortened to NJT, is a state-owned public transportation system that serves the U.S. state of New Jersey... Wikipedia

  • Locale:  New Jersey (statewide), New York, Rockland and Orange counties in New York State, and Philadelphia and Northampton counties in Pennsylvania
  • Transit type:  Commuter rail, Light rail, Bus
  • Number of lines:  12 (commuter rail), 3 (light rail), 253 (bus)
  • Number of stations:  165 (rail), 86 (light rail), 26 (bus terminals), 15991 (bus stops), (2022 figures, all modes)
  • Chief executive:  Kevin Corbett
  • Headquarters:  1 Penn Plaza East, Newark, New Jersey
  • Website:  njtransit.com
  • Began operation:  July 17, 1979
  • Operator(s):  Commuter rail: See rail article, Light Rail: See light rail article, Bus: See bus article
  • Number of vehicles:  1,231 (commuter rail), 93 (light rail), 2,221 (bus), (2023 figures, all modes)
  • System length:  1,000.8 mi (1,610.63 km) (rail), 116.2 mi (187.01 km) (light rail), (2018 figures)
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo
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