List of New Jersey Transit bus routes (800–880)

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New Jersey Transit RTS #1188 in operation on the 810 line in New Brunswick.

New Jersey Transit operates or contracts operation of the following routes within Middlesex, Monmouth, and Morris counties. All routes are exact fare lines.

Metropark loops[edit]

These rush hour loops servicing office parks around Metropark are operated from Academy Express LLC's Perth Amboy garage.

Route Serving Terminal Notes
801 Lincoln Highway
Oak Tree Road
Edison
JFK Hospital
Formerly route 1A/1B. Introduced 1980.
802 Green Street
Gill Lane
Woodbridge
Woodbridge Corporate Park
Formerly route 2. Introduced 1980.
803 Gill Lane
Woodbridge Center Drive
Woodbridge
Woodbridge Center OR
Woodbridge Railroad Station
Formerly route 3. Introduced 1985.
804 Wood Avenue Edison
Wood Ave/Inman Ave.
Introduced 1994.
805 Thornall Street
Ford Avenue
Edison
Menlo Park Mall OR
Ford Ave/Main St.
Introduced 1997.

Middlesex County local routes[edit]

These routes, like the Metropark loops above, are operated from Academy Express LLC's Perth Amboy garage. Below is the full route.

Route Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B Notes
810 New Brunswick Station Albany Street
Amboy Avenue
US 1
Woodbridge
Woodbridge Center Mall

Formerly route M10. Operates over former Middlesex Bus Company's routes 8 and 9.

  • Additional Lincoln Highway service available on the 814
811 New Brunswick
St. Peter's Hospital
George Street
Georges Road
Rues Lane
South River Formerly route M11. Acquired by PSCT as route 58.
  • Weekday service only
813 Middlesex County College New Brunswick Avenue Perth Amboy Formerly route M13. Acquired by PSCT as route 4.
  • No Sunday service
814 Middlesex County College Lincoln Highway (Edison trips only)
Livingston Avenue
North Brunswick
Devry University or Fashion Plaza
Formerly route M14. Acquired by Middlesex Bus as route 14.
  • No Sunday service
  • Additional Lincoln Highway service available on the 810
815 New Brunswick Station Route 18
Washington Road
Amboy Avenue
Woodbridge Center Mall Formerly route M15. Acquired by PSCT as route 2.
817 Perth Amboy New Brunswick Avenue
Florence Avenue
Route 36
Campbell's Junction Formerly route M17. Originally Monmouth Bus Lines route 7.
  • No Sunday service
818 New Brunswick Station Routes 18 and 516 Old Bridge Formerly route M18. Introduced by Middlesex Bus in 1976.
819 Metuchen Station or
S. Plainfield
Plainfield Avenue (Metuchen trips only)
South Clinton Avenue (South Plainfield trips only)
Watchung Avenue
Piscataway Formerly Plainfield Transit route M19. Originally operated as separate routes 16 and 20.
  • No Sunday service
  • In addition, no Saturday service to Metuchen

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Plainfield local service[edit]

Like the Middlesex County locals above, this route is operated from Academy Express LLC's Perth Amboy garage.

Route Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B Notes
822 Plainfield
Terrill Rd/South Avenue
Woodland Avenue
Greenbrook Road
N. Plainfield
K-Mart Shopping Center
Formerly Plainfield Transit route 18/22. Acquired as separate routes 18 and 22.
  • No Sunday Service

Monmouth County local service[edit]

These lines are operated by Veolia Transportation from its garage in Neptune, New Jersey. Route numbers were alphanumeric until 2001.[2] Below is the full route except for branching.

Route Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B Notes
830 Asbury Park Main Street
F Street
Route 71
Point Pleasant Beach Formerly route M20.
  • No Sunday service
  • Additional service along Route 71 on the 317
831 Red Bank Station Route 35 (Red Bank to Eatontown)
Route 36 (Eatontown to Long Branch)
Long Branch Station Formerly route M21.
  • Early AM service does not serve the Long Branch Station
  • Sunday service operates only between Monmouth Mall and Long Branch
  • Additional service between Red Bank and Monmouth Mall available on the 832
832 Red Bank Station Route 35 Asbury Park Formerly route M22.
  • Additional service between Red Bank and Monmouth Mall available on the 831
833 Red Bank Station Colts Neck Road Freehold Raceway Mall Formerly route M23.
  • Weekday service only
834 Red Bank Station Leonardville Road
Route 36
Highlands Formerly route M24.
  • No Sunday service
835 Red Bank Front Street
River Road
Sea Bright Formerly route M25.
  • No Sunday service
836 Asbury Park Station Route 33 Freehold
Centra State Hospital
Formerly route M26.
837 Long Branch Station Route 71
Kingsley Street
Seaview Square Formerly route M27.
  • No Sunday service

Morris local service[edit]

NJ Transit operated[edit]

Most of these routes were renumbered from MCM- routes (with some modifications) in October 2010. Service is subsided by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders and operates under the NJ Transit Morris, Inc. subsidiary. Service operates Monday through Saturday unless noted.

Route Terminals Major streets traveled Notes
871 Morristown
Headquarters Plaza
Willowbrook Mall Parsippany Road
Route 202
Route 23
  • Some trips only operate between Morristown and Boonton.
  • Formerly MCM1.
872 Morristown station Livingston Mall Route 10
  • Weekday service only.
873 Livingston Mall Parsippany – Troy Hills
Central Avenue & Medical Drive
John F Kennedy Parkway
Route 124
West Hanover Avenue
  • Formerly MCM3.
874 Morristown
Headquarters Plaza
Willowbrook Mall North Jefferson Road
Route 46
875 Ledgewood Mall Morristown station Route 10
Route 53
Route 202
  • Weekday service only.
  • Formerly parts of MCM2.
880 Rockaway Townsquare Mall Morristown station West Main Street
Route 46
Route 53
Route 202
  • Formerly MCM10.
  • No Sunday Service

Contract operations[edit]

These routes, split from the 966, are operated by First Transit, under contract to NJ Transit as part of the Wheels program. They operate between Convent Station and the points listed below, weekday rush hours only:

Route Destination Major streets traveled
878 Morris Office Parks Kahn Road
Park Avenue
Punch Bowl Road
879 Florham Park
FDU Campus
Madison Avenue
Danforth Road
Florham Road

Former routes[edit]

This list includes routes that have been discontinued. They pre-date the changeover to 800-series routes, so they are shown with their old denomination in the M-series.

Route Terminals Major streets Current status
M16
Edison Edison Rail Station Discontinued, ran as a loop similar to current Metropark loops 801-805.
M28
Asbury Park Monmouth University New Jersey Route 71 Most of line discontinued, some covered by current 837.
M31
PNC Bank Arts Center Aberdeen-Matawan Rail Station Garden State Parkway Now run by private operator.

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