Community Resource Center
Welcome to NJ TRANSIT’s Community Resource Center.
Working With You
NJ TRANSIT’s Community Resource Center (CRC) is a centralized source of information for your connection to the Government and Community Relations Team. The CRC provides information and resources to resolve common community-related NJ TRANSIT issues, as well as direct access to NJ TRANSIT Government & Community Relations representatives, who can provide personal assistance and prompt answers to your questions and concerns.
The Community Resource Center’s mission is to assist local public and community stakeholders in advancing and enhancing NJ TRANSIT’s relationships with our host communities. The Government & Community Relations team seeks to collaborate with federal, state, county, municipal and community representatives to enhance our customers' ridership experience and positively engage our neighbors and key stakeholders. This commitment strives to create a reliable, resilient, and robust public transportation system where we work, live, and play to improve the quality of life for New Jersey’s residents and the traveling public.
Our team of experts is ready to help with any questions you may have. You can reach us in the following ways:
Phone (973) 491-7104
Progress by the Numbers
The Future of Transit
We're proud to share our 10-year strategic plan and 5-year capital plan.
Your Ride To Recovery
We’ve developed guidelines detailing the critical steps being taken as we welcome you back to our transit system. Read how NJ TRANSIT, our customers and employers can work together to help our region’s recovery!
About NJ TRANSIT
The NJ TRANSIT Adopt-A-Station Program is a way for members of a community–individuals, businesses, students, and local groups–to make an importance difference. Volunteers can participate in the following ways:
- Removing litter at least four times a year
- Providing light landscaping and maintenance
- Planting/caring for flowers, small trees, and shrubs
- Arranging a concert series or entertainment by local community groups
What NJ TRANSIT can do:
- Provide you with safety vests
- Provide you with trash bags and dispose of all trash collected
- Provide you with directional support as needed
- Encourage you to suggest any additional ideas for improvement
If you are interested in adopting a station, please email us.
Buses – Private Carriers
As the nation’s largest state-wide public transportation agency, NJ TRANSIT partners with private motor coach carriers to reach commuters outside of our service area. Information regarding this service my found by visiting the private carriers individual websites..
Buses – Shelters & Stops
For information on bus shelters, bus stops, and other helpful resources regarding our bus service, please click HERE.
Additionally, to learn about route and schedule changes, please click HERE.
If your constituents are interested in job opportunities at NJ TRANSIT, please refer them to our Careers page.
Unauthorized activities on or near NJ TRANSIT rail, light rail and bus facilities and bus stops present a serious safety threat to workers and the public. These actions could result in property damage, personal injury or the interruption of vital transportation services.
Notify NJ TRANSIT if a public, private or non-profit entity plans work or detours on or near any NJ TRANSIT property, tracks, facility, bus stop or along bus routes. Working with NJ TRANSIT in advance will help avoid costly repairs and project delays and insure a safe work zone. Email NJ TRANSIT if you are planning any projects such as:
- Station, terminal and facility improvements (including parking areas)
- Construction (including buildings, roadways, fencing, walls, utilities, pipelines, trenching, crane lifts)
- Beautification, landscaping and litter/debris collection
- Vegetation control
- Roadway repairs
- Road closures
- Staging and/or storage areas
Customer experience is of the utmost experience. To better serve our riders when issues arise, is it essential they contact Customer Service with as much information as possible such as location, date, time, bus or train number, and employee identification if possible.
Federal Noise Regulations
NJ TRANSIT supports Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) throughout the State of New Jersey. TOD projects foster smart growth at transit facilities and realize economic benefits from NJ TRANSIT’s real estate assets. TOD also benefits local communities by reducing carbon emissions by helping move people away from personal commuter vehicles and onto public transportation.
Are you ready to ride NJ TRANSIT and need schedule or fare information? Please click HERE for information.
How to Ride
For information on how to ride Rail, Bus, Light Rail, and Access Link, please click HERE.
Your Government and Community Relations Representatives
As key stakeholders in the State of New Jersey, you have a personal Government and Community Relations representative at NJ TRANSIT.
For further assistance or to contact please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A representative will respond as quickly as possible.