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Morris County Metro

PABCO Transit, Inc.
image
NJ Transit/PABCO Transit #2559 at Rockaway Mall.
Parent New Jersey Transit Corporation/
Morris County DOT
Headquarters 34 Richboynton Road
Dover, New Jersey
Locale Morris County
Service area Morris County
Service type Local bus service, shuttle service
Routes 7
Fleet 13
Fuel type Diesel
Operator PABCO Transit, Inc.
Website Official Website

PABCO Transit, Inc., doing business under the Morris County Metro brand, is a public transport company based in Dover, New Jersey operating local bus service in Morris County for New Jersey Transit. The company was originally called Passaic - Athena Bus Lines which operated service in Passaic and Clifton, New Jersey.

Passaic-Athenia Bus Co.

The Passaic-Athenia Bus Co. operated the following routes prior to NJ Transit's takeover and contracting of the routes. The 702 was co-operated with Garfield & Passaic Transit as their #6 route and Community as its #1 route.

Current NJT Route Number Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B
702 Paterson
St. Joseph's Hospital
(Main St/Mary St.)
Van Houten Avenue
Palisade Avenue or Dayton Avenue
Boulevard
Elmwood Park
Boulevard/Broadway
705 Passaic
Main Avenue Terminal
Clifton Avenue
Main Street
Willowbrook Mall

Morris County Metro

Renumbered routes

In October 2010, New Jersey Transit decided to take over these routes and split them into routes 871–875 and 880. Morris County still subsidizes their operation. These routes are part of the Central Division.

Route Terminal A Major Streets Terminal B History New
number
MCM1
Morristown Hyatt Allentown Road
Longwood Avenue
Vail Road
Longwood Avenue
Vreeland Avenue
Route 202
Willowbrook Mall, or
Boonton RR station
Route started by Watchung Mountain Transit/Morris County in 1972 874
MCM2
Morristown Hyatt or
Morristown Station
East Hanover Road
Littleton Road
Route 10
Penn Avenue
County College of Morris Route started by Watchung Mountain Transit/Morris County in 1972 872
MCM3
Morris Plains
Morris County Offices, or
Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital
Speedwell Avenue
Route 124
Livingston Mall Route spun off from Transport of New Jersey Route 70 in 1976 873
MCM10
Morristown Hyatt Speedwell Avenue or Ridgedale Avenue
Mount Tabor Road
Main Street
Blackwell Street
Mount Pleasant Avenue
Rockaway Townsquare Route replaced Morris County Traction Company streetcars in 1928. Route was briefly discontinued in February 1970 until Morris County intervention[1] 880

Previously discontinued routes

On June 1, 2010 New Jersey Transit has decided to stop subsidizing the following routes leading to their discontinuation at the end of June.[2]

Route Terminal A Major Streets Terminal B History
MCM4
Morristown, OR
Morris Township
Honeywell (to AM, from PM)
Routes 510 and 513, via Chester Chester
Routes 513 and 206, OR
Dover, New Jersey
Townpath Square (from AM, to PM)
Service started in 1980 by Morris County DOT
MCM5
(Monday/Wednesday only)
Morristown Routes 510, 513, 182, and 46, via Hackettstown Rockaway Townsquare Service started in 1980s by Morris County DOT
MCM7
(Tuesday/Friday only)
Randolph
K-Mart Plaza
Mount Hope Avenue
Berkshire Valley Road
Lake Swannanoa
Berkshire Valley Rd/Dover-Milton Rd.
Service started in 1980s by Morris County DOT

References

External links

  • Morris County DOT
  • NJ Transit
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