Governor Phil Murphy, on July 13, signed Executive Order No. 165, which lifted 50 percent capacity limits on NJ TRANSIT and private-carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and Access Link vehicles, and now allows NJ TRANSIT and private-carriers limit vehicles to the maximum seated capacity.
READ FULL EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 165 

    • TRANS-BRIDGE LINES COVID-19 DISCLAIMER
    • TRANS-BRIDGE LINES COMMITMENT TO CLEAN
    • VIEW HOW AIR  IS CIRCULATED ON TRANS-BRIDGE LINES’ MOTORCOACHES
      Trans-Bridge Lines utilizes the MERV 8 air filter. The MERV 8 filter provides protection in capturing respiratory droplets and fine particles in the air. There is an emphasis on optimal air quality, as cabin air in the motorcoach is completely exchanged with fresh, outside air approximately every ten minutes. There are two air systems – one for the passenger seating area and another in the driver’s cockpit. Trans-Bridge follows a cleaning checklist, which concentrates on the visible touchpoint areas of the coach, including handrails, door latches, driver’s area, and restroom surfaces, including door handles. This cleaning is conducted by our wash bay crew. This cleaning procedure, in addition to our protocols on face coverings, provides best practices for both our passengers and employees. Remember, face coverings are to be worn when boarding, while the bus is en route, and while deboarding per federal law.