List Of New Jersey Transit Bus Routes (450–499)
New Jersey Transit operates or contracts out the following routes within Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties.
Effective Monday, September 19, 2011, bus routes 459 and 463 are now operating as "Exact Fare", which makes all bus routes in the 450 series exact fare.
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... This listincludes routesthat have been renumbered or are now operated by private companies ... RouteTerminals Major streets Current status History AquaLink Walter Rand Transportation Center Adventure Aquarium Federal Street Routemerged into NJT #452 line. 454 Lindenwold (PATCO station) Haddonfield (PATCO station) Warwick Road Routemerged into NJT #451 line segment later eliminated completely ...
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