Full Service Restored Advances Governor Murphy’s “The Road Back” Initiative
Beginning Monday, July 6th, NJ TRANSIT will operate full weekday service for rail and light rail providing added capacity to improve distancing on board vehicles, which aligns with “The Road Back”, New Jersey’s roadmap for restoring economic health through public health. Bus service has been operating on a regular weekday schedule since Monday, June 8. For more information please see below or by clicking here.
Our highest priority is the health and safety of customers and employees. To do that, NJ TRANSIT is taking any and all measures to continue to make the system as safe as possible, the agency is reinforcing a “shared responsibility” approach that relies on customers and employers doing their part as well.
The NJ TRANSIT “YOUR RIDE TO RECOVERY” GUIDE focuses on our commitment to six areas: Service, Cleanliness, Distancing, Communication, Protective Equipment & Public Safety and Screening & Testing that you can read or download here.
NJ TRANSIT REQUIRES ALL RIDERS TO WEAR A FACE COVERING.
For more information on Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 125 please click here.
The CDC’s preventative steps for COVID-19 are as follows:
- Stay home if you are sick
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with those who are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, throw the tissue in the trash, then wash hands
NJ TRANSIT WORKERS AUTHORIZED TO LIMIT PASSENGER OCCUPANCY TO 50% OF THE VEHICLE’S MAXIMUM CAPACITY ON ALL TRAINS, BUSES AND LIGHT RAIL LINES.
For updates regarding NJ TRANSIT’s COVID-19 response please visit the following sites:
NJ TRANSIT will continue to respond to the latest on COVID-19 with customer and employee safety as a top priority and keep you informed of our response.