Express Bus Service To New York City Returns To Hillsborough

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ — An express bus service taking Hillsborough commuters into New York City will return to the township, announced Deputy Mayor Robert Britting, Jr. at the Tuesday meeting.

The Coach USA Hillsborough Service for Hillsborough commuters was previously in the township but had stopped running and is finally returning, “which is great,” said Britting.

“Hillsborough commuters will once again enjoy the benefit and convenience of riding the bus,” said Britting. “Hillsborough residents have spoken and we are pleased to once again bring a commuter bus service to town to help ease their travel to work.”

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The bus service will launch on Monday, Sept. 11, with two buses leaving per day; one at 6:30 a.m. and a second at 7:30 a.m. The returning service will leave from New York City at 4:45 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.

The bus service will run on a weekday-only schedule, leaving from the Hillsborough Promenade at 315 US-206, in the back of Kohl’s parking lot.

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“Whether commuting to work or just spending a day in the city, express bus service is an affordable, comfortable option for our local travelers,” said Britting.

For a full listing of times and ticket information, visit the Suburban Transit website at coachusa.com or call 732-249-1100.

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