List of NJ Transit bus routes (550–599)

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#7805 on the 551 line.

New Jersey Transit operates the following routes from Atlantic City, originating from the Atlantic City Bus Terminal, to points elsewhere in southern New Jersey. Most services run on the Atlantic City Expressway for some distance, and is noted below.

These routes run 24 hours a day.

Routes[edit]

Below shown is the full route. Some trips may only serve a portion of the route. All routes, except for 555, originate from the Atlantic City Bus Terminal.

Route Terminal Main routes of travel
(local service)
Garage Notes
551 Philadelphia Greyhound Terminal Atlantic City Expressway
Route 42
Washington Township 4 stops only:
552 Cape May U.S. Route 9
Delsea Drive
Bayshore Road
Seashore Road
Egg Harbor
  • One intermediate stop between Cape May Court House and Atlantic City at Ocean View Park-Ride
  • Additional local service operates between Wildwood and Cape May Court House
  • Formerly Route 102
553 Upper Deerfield Harding Highway
Cedar Avenue,Landis Avenue
Delsea Drive
Millville-Bridgeton Road
Route 77
Egg Harbor
  • Formerly Route 103
554 Lindenwold White Horse Pike Washington Township
  • Formerly Route 104
555[1] Philadelphia 30th Street Station Atlantic City Expressway
Route 42
Market Street
JFK Boulevard
Washington Township
  • Limited Rush Hour Service
  • Serves Market Street, JFK Blvd, Bridge Plaza, and Avandale Only
  • Variant of 551 line, short service Avandale-30th Street Station spun off into 555 as of 1/17/17.
559 Lakewood Bus Terminal U.S. Route 9 Egg Harbor
  • Formerly Route 109

Additional limited and seasonal service to the Wildwoods and Cape May via Ocean City and Avalon-by-the-Sea is available through limited 319 service.

Former routes[edit]

This list includes routes that have been renumbered or are now operated by private companies.

Route Terminals Major streets History
555
Philadelphia Ocean City Atlantic City Expressway Merged into the #551, Service discontinued in 2005.

External links[edit]

  1. ^ "NJ Transit Announces New Peak Hour Bus Service West Of Philadelphia City Hall". New Jersey Transit. Retrieved 15 January 2017.