Trans-Bridge Lines

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Trans-Bridge Lines
Trans-Bridge Lines logo.svg
Trans-Bridge Lines MCI D4500 8560.jpg
Trans-Bridge #8560 lays over in Manhattan.
Slogan Take the Bridge
Parent Trans-Bridge Lines
Founded 1941
Headquarters 2012 Industrial Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Locale Lehigh Valley
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)[1]
72 (total)[2]
Daily ridership 3,688[1] (weekday)
Operator Trans-Bridge Lines
Chief executive Thomas JeBran[1]
Website transbridgelines.com

Trans-Bridge Lines offers daily service to New York City, Newark and JFK Airports from the Lehigh Valley area, Doylestown, New Hope, Pennsylvania and Clinton, Phillipsburg, Frenchtown, Lambertville, Flemington and Branchburg, New Jersey. Weekday service is available to Lower Manhattan, Wall Street and Jersey City from the Lehigh Valley and Clinton.

Trans-Bridge Lines also offers daily service to Manhattan Cruise Terminal & Cape Liberty Pier in Bayonne. Charter Service is available throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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.

Routes[edit]

Directly controlled[edit]

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)
Allentown
(full route)
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[edit]

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "NTD Program 2009 filing for Trans-Bridge Lines" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-01-18. 
  2. ^ "Trans-Bridge Fleet". Retrieved 2010-01-18. 

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