Holiday Travel Driving Safety Tips and Transit Schedules

18 Dec

According the AAA Year-End Travel Forecast, a record 100.5 million people will be traveling for the holidays this year.  With gas prices much lower than previous years, many people choose to drive to their destination, although travel by other modes of transportation will increase as well.

If you are driving, please check our winter driving safety tips before you hit the road  and check out these AAA  winter driving tips .

If you are taking public transit:

NJ Transit – Bus Service Christmas Day and New Year’s Day – Weekend Schedule, no service on  603, 610, 611, 612

Bicycles permitted at all times

Rail Service – Weekend Service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Bicycles are not permitted on trains on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Riverline – Sunday Schedule for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Bicycles permitted at all times

Amtrak –Schedules available here 

AirTranhttp://www.panynj.gov/airports/ewr-to-from.html

SEPTA – Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Schedule

PATH – Christmas Day on Saturday Schedule, New Year’s Day on modified weekday schedule

FreeB – No Service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Route 130 Connection – No service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Tiger Transit – December 24, 25, 31, and January 1st no service

Suburban – Christmas Day and New Year’s Day on a Sunday Schedule

Ocean Ride – No Service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Ride Provide – No service on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Whether you will be travelling or spending the Holidays at home, all of us at GMTMA would like to wish you Happy and Safe Holidays!

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One Response to “Holiday Travel Driving Safety Tips and Transit Schedules”

  1. Gipson December 29, 2015 at 1:30 am #

    nice article and good presentation

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