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|Slogan||Take the Bridge|
|Headquarters||2012 Industrial Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18017
|Service area||Lehigh Valley, PA
Skylands Region, NJ
|Service type||Line-run, contract, charter|
|Alliance||International Motor Coach Group|
|Routes||3 directly controlled
2 under contract
|Fleet||58 (route service)
|Daily ridership||3,688 (weekday)|
|Chief executive||Thomas JeBran|
Trans-Bridge Lines is a line-run operator serving the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania and the southwestern Skylands Region of New Jersey with line-run service between New York City and the Lehigh Valley, via the I-78 corridor daily, and charter and casino service in the same region. Casino routes run to both Atlantic City and the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem.
An affiliate company, Trans-Bridge Tours, Inc., conducts retail tours through the United States and Canada. The tours include One-Day motorcoach excursions to Atlantic City and Pennsylvania casinos, sporting events, Broadway shows, festivals and more as well as Multi-Day overnight trips to many destinations. Vacation airline and cruise packages are also offered. Trans-Bridge Tours operates branch offices in Allentown and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and Phillipsburg, New Jersey and is also an agent for Trans-Bridge Lines, selling tickets for the regular route service.
|Route||Terminal A||Terminal B|
|Via I-78, US 22, PA 33, and PA 412||Port Authority Bus Terminal (full-time)
Lower Manhattan-Wall St. or Jersey City-Newport Centre (rush hours only)
|Via I-78, US 202, NJ 12, NJ 29, PA 313, PA 309, and PA 378||Port Authority Bus Terminal||Bethlehem via
Doylestown train station
|Via I-78 express||Port Authority Bus Terminal||Sands Bethlehem|
Connections are also available on certain Trans-Bridge schedules to John F. Kennedy International Airport, with service running to and from Terminal 4 at the Q10 bus stop, twice daily as well as Newark Airport.
Under contract to New Jersey Transit, Trans-Bridge Lines operates the 890 and 891 lines running between Pohatcong Township, New Jersey and Easton, Pennsylvania, with connections available to LANTA routes in downtown Easton at Center Square, as well as Trans-Bridge's line run via Route 22.
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