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New Jersey Transit


Last edited by van2006ko on Saturday, February 27th, 2016

General Information

New Jersey Transit (NJT), operates throughout the state of New Jersey. It consists of about 240 bus routes. The transportation agency offers various different sizes of buses, anywhere from 27 feet on their low ridership routes; to 60 feet long for the heavy ridership routes.  The main focus of this page is to cover the South division of New transit.


Major Southern New Jersey Transit Connection Points:

Camden/Philadelphia Area

Trenton Area

Atlantic City Area


 

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BUS DEPARTMENT

Year   Manufacturer  Model Fleet
2000 MCI 102-DW3SS 7501-7503
2001-2004 MCI D4000 7401-7418,
7484-7493,
7504-7683,
7686-7801,
7810-8112,
8269-8291,
8401-8435,
8451-8523,
8554-8559,
8563-8626,
8632-8686,
8703-8746,
8755-8759,
8775-8787,
8836-8889,
8916-8920,
8971-8990
2002 MCI D4000N 7802-7805
2001-2004 MCI D4500 7419-7483,
8200-8268,
8292-8322,
8436-8450,
8524-8553,
8560-8562,
8627-8631,
8760-8774,
8788-8835,
8890-8915,
8921-8950,
8961-896
2003-2004 MCI D4000H 4004-4007
2003-2004 Neoplan AN459 (transit) 9501-9549
2003-2004 Neoplan AN459 (suburban) 9601-9636
2006 MCI D4500CL 9001-9053
2007 MCI D4500CL 7121-7187
2008-2012 NABI 416.15
5501-6550 (City)/
5201-5495 (Suburban)
2012-2013 NABI 31-LFW 1601-1639

 

 


 

Light Rail Department

 

Year   Manufacturer  Model Fleet
1999 Kinki-Sharyo LRV 117-118, 2002-2018, 2020-2029
2000-2001 Kinki-Sharyo LRV 101-116
2000-2001 Kinki-Sharyo LRV 119-121, 2030-2043
2002 Stadler GTW 2/6 DMU 3501-3520

 

 



Rail Department

Coming Soon....

Credits/Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jersey_Transit_Rail_Operations
http://metro.wikia.com/wiki/New_Jersey_Transit_Bus_Operations
 

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