DeCamp #17079 turning to enter PABT on Route 33.
|Headquarters||101 Greenwood Avenue|
Montclair, New Jersey 07042
|Locale||Essex County and Passaic County|
|Service area||Kearny, Nutley, Belleville, Bloomfield, Montclair, Clifton, The Oranges, The Caldwells, with some very limited service to Lyndhurst, and the Meadowlands|
|Service type||Line-run, charter|
|Fleet||50 NJT owned commuter buses 30 DeCamp owned buses|
|Daily ridership||7282 (weekday)|
|Chief executive||Gary Pard|
DeCamp Bus Lines is an apportioned bus company serving Essex County, New Jersey and Passaic County, New Jersey, with line-run and charter service to and from Manhattan. Because there are no fixed stops other than terminals, buses can be hailed to board; riders can request a stop to exit.
Local passengers within New Jersey are not carried on any line except for the 32.
|Route||Terminal A||Via||Terminal B|
|Port Authority Bus Terminal||Paterson Plank Road
Kingsland Street and Darling Avenue
|33||Port Authority Bus Terminal (full-time)
Wall Street (rush hour service inbound only)
Broad Street or Grove Street
|W. Caldwell or Montclair|
|44||Port Authority Bus Terminal||Ridge Road
Heller Parkway/Franklin Street
Franklin Street and Montgomery Street
(C, MU, and R weekdays only)
|Port Authority Bus Terminal||Route 3
Montclair State University (some trips)
Eagle Rock Avenue (R trips only)
Prospect Avenue (R trips only)
Mississippi Loop (full-time)
Park Street and Bloomfield Avenue OR Watchung Plaza (some trips)
Crown View Apartments (CV trips only)
Essex Mall (R trips only)
|Port Authority Bus Terminal||Broad Street
Central Avenue and
Evergreen Place OR Scotland Road
(rush hours only)
|Port Authority Bus Terminal||Ridge Road/Kearny Avenue/Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard||Harrison|
Rodgers Boulevard and Harrison Avenue
- "NTD Program 2006 filing for Trans-Bridge Lines" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-14.
- "DeCamp Bus Lines history". Retrieved 2008-01-14.
- DeCamp Bus Lines
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