Montclair, NJ – After more than 10 months of suspended operations due to the coronavirus pandemic, DeCamp Bus Lines is set to resume limited weekday commuter services beginning June 14th.
“It’s been a long, difficult road to get to this point; the pandemic has devastated the private motorcoach industry. However, thanks to a second round of PPP funding, we’re able to resume limited weekday service with the goal of adding additional schedules as New Jersey and New York continue to open up and ridership levels increase,” said Jonathan DeCamp, Vice President of DeCamp Bus Lines.
Limited service is being offered on route #33 serving W. Caldwell, Caldwell, Verona, Montclair, Bloomfield, Nutley; Route #66 serving W. Orange, Montclair, Upper Montclair, Clifton, and route #44 serving Bloomfield, North Newark, Belleville, North Arlington, Lyndhurst, and Rutherford.
Tickets can be purchased at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, at local ticket agents, or purchased on NYC-bound buses using cash. Outstanding, expired tickets will be honored until August 31st, 2021. All passengers boarding, riding, and alighting the bus must wear a face mask, per the TSA federal law. DeCamp is adhering to all CDC and regulatory guidelines and will continue disinfecting motorcoaches using the CURIS Decontamination system, which uses a Hydrogen Peroxide solution to eliminate harmful pathogens.
In addition to the NYC commuter services, DeCamp is now booking charters for all your group travel needs and operating weekly casino service to Wind Creek, Bethlehem. For up-to-date schedules and information, visit www.decamp.com or follow @DeCampBusLines on Twitter.