New Jersey Commuting: What you need to know

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) sponsors rideshare matching assistance, transit service promotion, employer-sponsored shuttles, bicycling and walking promotion, preferential parking, and guaranteed rides home.
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NJ Commuter. NJDOT's website, NJcommuter.com, provides comprehensive information for drivers, bus and train riders, bicyclists, and pedestrians commuting to work in New Jersey. For details, go tohttp://www.state.nj.us.
Park and ride. Comprehensive information on park and ride facilities for carpools, vanpools, and public transit is available at http://www.state.nj.us.
511NJ. 511NJ is a free service from the state that provides real-time traffic information at http://www.511nj.org. The service also provides personalized traffic updates to commuters' cell phones or e-mail accounts. Click on About 511NJ Alerts.
Public transit information. Commuters using New Jersey Transit buses and trains can view travel condition updates at http://www.njtransit.com.
Rideshare matching. Commuters who wish to be matched for rideshare opportunities can sign up at http://www.state.nj.us or by calling 800-245-POOL.
New Jersey Transit offers a BusinessPass program for private employers and works with other providers to give employees commuter benefits they can pay with pretax money. For information, go to http://www.njtransit.com or call 973-795-7288.
Workers may also purchase Quik-Tik from New Jersey Transit online. Monthly pass costs will be automatically deducted from credit cards, and passes are mailed monthly to commuters. Go to http://www.njtransit.com and click on Ticket Options.
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