New Jersey Transit

Taking you in new directions!

Pennsauken Transit Center is your connection to many popular destinations in South Jersey. Conveniently located at Derousse and Zimmerman avenues in Pennsauken, NJ, this beautiful new transit center offers easy access to NJ TRANSIT's Atlantic City Rail Line and River LINE light rail system. If you are traveling to or from the surrounding community, Bus Route No. 419 expands your travel options.

Pennsauken Transit Center offers:

  • Rail service to Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and intermediate points
  • Light rail service to Camden, Trenton, and intermediate points
  • Connections with Northeast Corridor, Amtrak and SEPTA rail service at Trenton, as well as multiple bus routes for local Trenton service
  • Bus Route No. 419 for local bus service
  • Accessibility features including rail station elevators and level platform boardings for rail and light rail service
  • 270 free parking spaces
  • Automatic heating and lighting features for your comfort
  • Savings with economical fares compared to driving and related costs

Schedules & Fares

Check Atlantic City Rail Line, River LINE or Bus Route No. 419 schedules for specific details on service and fares. To start, use our Trip Planner feature on our website and learn how easy it is to travel to your destination and connecting service options. Plan your trip carefully to ensure ample boarding and travel time.

Travel Flexibility & Ticket Use

With an Atlantic City Rail Line or Northeast Corridor monthly pass with a one-zone bus designation, you can travel on the River LINE free. Monthly passes can be purchased from ticket vending machines at stations.

When using River LINE one-way tickets, be sure to time stamp your ticket before boarding a River LINE train.

Other ticket types are available such as continuing trip tickets, as well as discounts for senior citizens, customers with disabilities, children, and others. Go to the Ticket Options menu for more information.

Transit Arts

Pennsauken Transit Center celebrates the history of the region with artwork located throughout the stations. Decorative metal Egrets and tiles created by artists Katherine Hackl, Hiroshi Murata and Marilyn Keating (River LINE) reflect the past and present of the township. Artwork by glass artist J. Kenneth Leap (Atlantic City Rail Line) celebrates the Jersey Girl, the women of Pennsauken, and iconic stories told through poetry, imagery and geography.