List of NJ Transit bus routes (450–499)

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NJ Transit Nova RTS bus 1206 operates through Woodbury on route 455 NJ Transit Nova RTS 1206.jpg
NJ Transit Nova RTS bus 1206 operates through Woodbury on route 455

New Jersey Transit operates or contracts out the following routes within Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. All routes are "exact fare" lines.



Directly operated

These routes are operated directly by New Jersey Transit.

RouteTerminalsMain streetsNotesHistoryGarage
450 Camden
Cherry Hill Mall Black Horse Pike, Cuthbert Road, Crystal Lake Avenue
  • Formerly route A
  • Newton Avenue
451 Camden
Voorhees Town Center Haddon Avenue/Haddonfield-Berlin Road, Evesham Road
  • No weekend service
  • Formerly route B
  • Newton Avenue
452 Camden
36th Street
The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers
State Street, Market and Federal Streets, Kaighns Avenue, Baird Boulevard
  • Formerly route C
  • Newton Avenue
453 Camden
Federal St/Delaware Ave
Ferry Avenue PATCO
  • No Sunday service
  • Formerly route E
  • Newton Avenue
455 Paulsboro
Broad St/Billingsport Ave, or
National Park
Grove St/Hessian Ave
Cherry Hill Mall (Monday-Saturday only)
Deptford Mall (full-time)
Crown Point Road (Paulsboro trips only), Red Bank Avenue, Clements Bridge Road, Kings Highway, Church Road
  • Formerly route R
  • Newton Avenue
457 Camden
Federal St/Delaware Ave
Moorestown Mall Broadway, Market Street, Kings Highway, Church Road, Fellowship Road
  • No Sunday service
  • Formerly route V
  • Newton Avenue
459 Sicklerville
Avandale Park/Ride
Voorhees Town Center Sicklerville Road, Laurel Road/White Horse Road
  • Formerly route U
  • Washington Township
463 Sicklerville
Avandale Park/Ride
Broad St/Red Bank Ave
Main Street, Egg Harbor Road, Tanyard Road
  • Weekday Service Only
  • Washington Township

Contract operations

This line is operated for New Jersey Transit by Salem County Transit, and is an exact fare line.

RouteTerminalsMajor streetsNotesHistory
468 Carney's Point
Carney's Point Senior Apartments (limited service)
Penns Grove
Sandy Ridge Apartments (Monday-Saturday)
Memorial Hospital of Salem County (Monday-Saturday)
Acme at route 45 and 40 (weekdays only)
Broadway, Salem Woodstown Road
  • No Sunday service
  • Formerly route 108

Former routes

This list includes routes that have been renumbered or are now operated by private companies.

RouteTerminalsMajor streetsCurrent statusNotes
Walter Rand Transportation Center (WRTC) Adventure Aquarium Federal Street
  • Merged into NJT route 452
Lindenwold (PATCO station) Haddonfield (PATCO station) Warwick Road
  • Merged into NJT route 451; segment later eliminated completely
  • Formerly route K before 454
Camden Cherry Hill Mall Federal Street
  • Route was extended into Philadelphia and renamed 405; was cut back to Camden again January 8, 2011 but retained 405 designation
  • Formerly route 6 before 456
Burlington Lumberton Plaza Burlington County Route 541
  • Merged into NJT route 413
  • Formerly route X before 458
Various: WRTC, State St. at 4th St., Brimm Medical Arts High School, Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy, Bridge Plaza
Various: Woodrow Wilson High School, River Rd. and 36th St., Bridge Plaza, WRTC
Various streets in Camden
  • 460 Designation for schools service discontinued as of September 2, 2017
  • Seasonal school service only
Deptford Mall Paulsboro Crown Point Road
  • Merged into NJT route 455

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