Yet another reason why free public transit is needed so we can stop wasting money on law enforcement making our lives more difficult especially those of our most vulnerable & impoverished citizens whether they be Americans with disabilities or people of color. https://t.co/VrqKCnWcHv— Jonathan Munitz for Congress (@Munitz4Congress) November 13, 2019
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Thursday, November 7, 2019
I commute 2 hrs to NYC for work every day. It costs me $30 a day just to commute, $600 a month! And that's not fully tax deductible. But a billionaire jet is fully deductible. Insane.— Russ for Congress NJ-6🌹 (@RussForUs2020) November 7, 2019
Public transportation should be very cheap or free, green, fast & reliable #greennewdeal pic.twitter.com/QPLpsGyGbQ
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Federally funded public transportation would let you get to work for free, and downsize to one car and one car insurance bill, or less, and help save the planet.— Russ for NJ-6🌹 (@RussForUs2020) October 9, 2019
Save money and the planet with a progressive Congress.
New Jerseyans spend $400 a month in public transportation. https://t.co/f3WIahclTG
Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Finally, the City will be making Hop bus service free of charge beginning March 4.
• FREE Hop bus service;
• New Hop buses;
• Mobile parking app;
• Streetscape enhancements on Washington Street.
Free Hop bus service will begin Monday, March 4. Other target Year 1 projects will be subject to council approval.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
1. Hoboken City, Hudson Countynj.com
58.8 percent use public transit to commute to work
Hudson County relies heavily on public transportation. Of the top 10 communities that use subways, ferries, buses and trains the most, eight are in Hudson.
Friday, July 13, 2018
snjtoday.com Recently, they started a new program that’s not only creating jobs, but also providing transportation to and from different areas in the county to everyone in the county.
The program was created to help the working class get to and from their jobs.
“The tourism industry brings somewhere in the neighborhood of $6 billion into Cape May County and there’s a huge workforce that supports that tourism effort," said Dan Mulraney, director of Cape May County Fare-Free Transportation.