NJ DeCamp bus lines to resume ‘limited service’ in June

MONTCLAIR, NJ – After shutting down for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, DeCamp Bus Lines plans to resume limited service in June.

In August 2020, the Montclair-based company announced that it would be suspending service due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has caused a sharp loss in ridership.

The news was hit hard by many Essex County commuters, who relied on DeCamp buses to get in and out of New York City. According to its website, the company was making 200 trips a day between points in northern New Jersey and the Manhattan Port Authority bus terminal before the shutdown.

However, there is literally a light at the end of the tunnel – the Hudson River Tunnel, in fact.

Last week, the Montclair-based company announced on its website that although shuttle operations are still currently suspended, there are plans to resume “limited service” in mid-June.

“After too many months to count the buses are back on,” DeCamp said, adding that he now booked charters for group trips, and that the casino’s weekly service to Wind Creek Bethlehem was running on schedule. regular.

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