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List of New Jersey Transit bus routes (400–449)

#3085 on the #407 line in Camden.

New Jersey Transit operates the following bus routes across Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties, with most running to Philadelphia via the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. At the time that the routes were numbered as such all of these routes crossed the Delaware River via the Benjamin Franklin Bridge; the 403, 405, 407, 413, and 419 have since been cut back to Camden. (The 418 was created as a separate designation of the 409.) All routes into Philadelphia operate via 6th, Market, Broad, and Vine Streets in Center City Philadelphia.

Effective Monday, September 19, 2011, bus routes 400 and 403 are now operating as "Exact Fare".

Routes

All service shown is for the full route except for branching. WRTC stands for Walter Rand Transportation Center in the table below.

Route Western terminus Service in Camden? Main routes of travel New Jersey terminus Garage Fare collection Notes
400 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Black Horse Pike Sicklerville Washington Township Exact fare
  • Formerly Route F
401 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Broadway/Kings Highway
Route 45
Salem Washington Township Full service
  • Formerly Route G
  • Some Saturday and most Sunday service ends in Woodbury
402 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Broadway
Crown Point Road
Pennsville Washington Township Full service
  • No weekday midday service
  • Limited service on weekends
  • Formerly Route J
403 Camden WRTC and local service White Horse Pike
Sicklerville Road
Turnersville Washington Township Exact fare
  • Formerly Route L/M/O
404 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Federal Street
Westfield Avenue
Park Avenue
Cherry Hill Mall Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Formerly Route D
405 Camden WRTC and local service Federal Street/Kings Highway Cherry Hill Mall Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Some rush hour service extended to Kingston Estates
  • Formerly Route 6, then later 456
406 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Route 70 Berlin Washington Township Full service
  • Formerly Route P
407 Camden WRTC and local service Maple Avenue/Main Street Moorestown Mall Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Limited rush hour service via Mount Laurel
  • Formerly Route 7
408 Philadelphia WRTC only Delsea Drive Millville Washington Township Full service
  • Formerly Route T
409 Philadelphia WRTC only Route 130 Trenton Transit Center Newton Avenue Full service
  • Formerly Route 9A
  • Additional service between White Horse and Downtown Trenton available on 603/613
410 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Broadway
Route 45
Route 77
Bridgeton Washington Township Full service
  • Formerly Route S
412 Philadelphia WRTC and local service Broadway
Main Street
Glassboro Washington Township Full service
  • No Sunday service
  • Formerly Route W
413 Camden WRTC and local service Route 38
Kings Highway/Marne Highway/Washington Street
High Street
Burlington Towne Center Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Only route serving Burlington Centre Mall
  • Formerly Route 71
414
(rush hours only)
Philadelphia Bridge Plaza only Admiral Wilson Blvd. Moorestown Mall Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Limited rush hour service
  • Express variant of 407, created 1/8/11
417
(rush hours only)
Philadelphia Bridge Plaza only Route 130
Limited stops
Willingboro & Mt. Holly Newton Avenue Full service
  • Local service Willingboro-Mt. Holly
  • Express variant of the 409 for Philadelphia-oriented service.
  • Formerly Route 9B
418
(rush hours only)
Camden or Mt. Holly WRTC and Route 38 Interstate 295
(Camden: No stops between Moorestown Mall and downtown Trenton)
(Mt. Holly: Last pickup northbound/first dropoff southbound in Willingboro)
Trenton Transit Center Newton Avenue Full service
  • Express variant of the 409 for Trenton-oriented service.
  • Formerly Route 9C
419 Camden WRTC and local service River Road
Broad Street
Riverside Newton Avenue Exact fare
  • Formerly Route 9
  • Route cut back from Burlington Towne Center to Riverside as of 9/5/15

Former routes

This list includes routes that have been renumbered or are now operated by private companies.
Route Terminals Major streets Current status
411
Philadelphia Paulsboro Crown Point Road Route became #461, then was later merged into #455 line.
414
(first use)
Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Marlton New Jersey Route 73 Discontinued due to low ridership.
416
Walter Rand Transportation Center, Camden UPS Air Hub, Tinicum, Delaware County, Pa. Interstate 95 Limited shift change service, discontinued due to low ridership.
423
Rodney Square, Wilmington Penns Grove Shell Road Discontinued in 2010 because of insufficient ridership.

External links

  • New Jersey Transit - Bus
  • Chicago Transit & Railfan Web Site: New Jersey Transit
  • Unofficial New Jersey Transit bus map
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