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NJ TRANSIT ADJUSTS MORRIS COUNTY BUS SERVICE

Local bus service changes take effect September 5

August 18, 2011
NJT-11-047

NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT today announced schedule and route changes to Morris County local bus service to better match service with ridership demand and in response to customer requests.  The new schedules go into effect on Monday, September 5, 2011.  Some lines have been rerouted, while others will have minor schedule modifications. 

NJ TRANSIT is advising customers of the following route and schedule change highlights for customers of bus route nos. 871, 872, 873, 874, 875 and 880: 

NJ TRANSIT is reminding customers to review new timetables available onboard buses or at njtransit.com.   

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