All Aboard the Wilder Express!

There’s something special about a young boy and trains. Wilder McGraw takes it to another level when it comes to NJ TRANSIT trains.

Following a recent move to Ridgewood, NJ, Wilder became fascinated with NJ TRANSIT. So much so, his mom, Jordi, and dad, Ross, take Wilder regularly to the train station so he can watch the trains pull in and out of the station, and wave to the locomotive engineers, train crew members and customers.

Let “Map My Ride” Boost Your Travel Experience

We’ve released another new feature for you on the NJ TRANSIT mobile app and it’s getting rave reviews. Map My Ride allows you to locate your approaching train or bus on a virtual map, as well as see its estimated arrival time! 

For bus customers, “My Bus” is the best way to start your journey in the app. When you choose your bus route, direction of travel and bus stop, a real-time map will open, revealing your bus route and the next bus approaching your stop.

Take NJ TRANSIT to Your 4th of July Celebrations

The nation will celebrate the 4th of July this year in a variety of ways, including traditional fireworks displays and festivals. After many events were canceled last year due to the pandemic, festivities are making a strong comeback.

If you’re looking to attend a July 4th event in New Jersey and need a ride, NJ TRANSIT may have your ticket to get there. See our information below to help you plan your trip. Among the displays around New Jersey with NJ TRANSIT service nearby:

National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, established in 1996 by the National Safety Council. The goal of Safety Month is to increase public awareness of safety and health risks, and to reduce the number of injuries and deaths at home or in the workplace.

For NJ TRANSIT, this includes implementing and promoting safety measures on and around our system for customers, employees, pedestrians and motorists.

Seating Areas Begin to Reopen

As New Jersey continues to reopen, so does NJ TRANSIT. The latest news for customers is the reopening of seating areas Wednesday, May 19th, at eight NJ TRANSIT waiting rooms – Secaucus Junction, Hoboken Terminal, Newark Penn Station, Trenton Transit Center, Metropark Station, Walter Rand Transportation Center and the Atlantic City Bus and Rail Terminals. We will continue to broaden access to seating areas at more stations as soon as it’s safe to do so, keeping in line with guidance from state health officials.