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Study calls for more frequent buses

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NJ Transit could increase ridership, get more people out of cars and reduce air pollution if the agency ran buses every 15 minutes on 14 routes identified in two studies commissioned by the New Jersey Sierra Club Chapter.

The studies, revealed Wednesday, also called for improvements to NJ Transit’s app, website and alerts to provide better information to riders on a more timely basis, including schedule information for private commuter bus companies.

 

https://www.nj.com/traffic/2020/02/we-and-the-environment-need-more-frequent-buses-study-tells-nj-transit.html

Study: https://www.sierraclub.org/sites/www.sierraclub.org/files/sce/new-jersey-chapter/Documents/Clean Transportation Bus Network Feb2020.pdf

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Drivers hardly come to work and new drivers are quitting because of the extra board. Until that stops 15min service outside of the peak won’t happen. Bus service ar night is the way it is in those areas especially Bergen County because the towns like Fort Lee, Leonia, Oradell, and do on don’t want the buses on the streets waking ppl up past 10pm.

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