Atlantic City Rail Line: NJ TRANSIT provides direct commuter rail service between Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station and Atlantic City. Local stops include Cherry Hill, Lindenwold, Atco, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City, and Absecon. There is free parking at all stations. Service is provided daily.

Northeast CorridorNJ TRANSIT's Northeast Corridor travels between Trenton and New York Penn Station. There is a branch line connecting Princeton with Princeton Junction. Some trains provide connections with trains to Hoboken. Service is provided seven days per week.

River LINE: NJ TRANSIT’s River LINE runs from Camden’s waterfront to downtown Trenton, providing connections to buses, NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak trains to New York, and PATCO to Philadelphia. Fourteen of the twenty stations offer parking. Parking is free with the exception of the Trenton Station. Service is provided daily.

Quik-Tik® is the fast, easy way to buy your monthly NJ TRANSIT pass. Quik-Tik® is a great alternative to purchasing your monthly pass from ticket vending machines or ticket agents. And, with Quik-Tik® you get the same cost savings of up to 33% off regular peak one-way fares.

View NJ TRANSIT ticket vendors by county.


PATCO operates a 14.2 mile rail line from Lindenwold, NJ to Center City Philadelphia, PA. The Speedline has nine stations in New Jersey, and four in Pennsylvania. and provides service 24 hours a day. NJ TRANSIT provides connecting bus service to all PATCO stations in New Jersey except Ashland, Collingswood and Woodcrest.

Fares (one-way)
Lindenwold, Ashland, Woodcrest

One-Way: $3.00
Round-Trip: $6.00

Haddonfield, Westmont, Collingswood One-Way: $2.60
Round-Trip: $5.20
Ferry Avenue, Camden One-Way: $2.25
Round-Trip: $4.50
Broadway, City Hall, Camden One-Way: $1.60
Round-Trip: $3.20
Between PATCO stations in Philadelphia One-Way: $1.40
Round-Trip: $2.80
Between all New Jersey stations (excluding City Hall & Broadway) One-Way: $1.60
Round-Trip: $3.20

SEPTA Transfers: Reduced price transfers can be purchased at all New Jersey PATCO stations or by obtaining return transfers within SEPTA stations at 8th & Market and Broad-Locust.

SEPTA Transfers
Broad Street Line at PATCO’s 13th or 15th & Locust Street Stations Broad Street Line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From midnight to 5 am a bus is substituted on Broad Street
Market Frankford Line at PATCO’s 8th and Market Street Station Market Frankfort Line operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
SEPTA’s Airport Line (to the Philadelphia International Airport) can be accessed from PATCO’s 8th and Market Street Station From this station walk to SEPTA’s Market East Station between 10th and 11th on Filbert Street. Airport trains depart every 30 minutes from 5:25 AM to 11:25 PM seven days a week


TransitChek is a commuter benefit program that employers can offer to their employees to help pay for commuting on transit. It saves employers and commuters money because the program takes advantage of federal legislation that allows tax-free dollars to pay for transit fares.

TransitCheks are vouchers that can be redeemed to purchase passes, tickets and tokens for every transit agency in the region—SEPTA, PATCO, NJ TRANSIT, DART First State, Capital Area Transit and Amtrak (monthly commuter tickets only). Even some vanpool services accept TransitChek.


Contact Information
Bus Information
6AM-10PM daily
Customer Service
(973) 275-5555
TTY-hearing impaired (800) 772-2287
Quik-Tik® Customer Service
(800) 648-0215
Atlantic City Rail Line (800) 772-2222
Northeast Corridor Line (800) 772-2222


(215) 580-7800

(215) 580-7777
(800) USA-RAIL (872-7245)


(800) 355-5000
PATCO (856) 772-6900
River LINE (800) 772-2222


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