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Rockland Coaches

Coach USA Rockland Coaches
(The Red & Tan Lines)
A Rockland Coaches bus at Nanuet Mall.
Parent Coach USA
Founded 1917
Headquarters 180 Old Hook Road
Westwood, New Jersey
Service area Bergen County, New Jersey and Rockland County, New York
Service type Commuter bus service
Routes 12 directly controlled
10 under contract
Fleet 115[1] for commuter service
41 for contract operations
Operator Coach USA
Chief executive George Grieve
Website Rockland Coaches

Rockland Coaches Inc. (also known as The Red and Tan Lines) is a commuter coach company owned by Coach USA based in Westwood, New Jersey, United States, that operates commuter bus service between New York City and points in Bergen County, New Jersey and Rockland County, New York, and provides local bus service in both locales north of Route 46.

Contents

  • Routes 1
    • Interstate service 1.1
    • Alternate service 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Routes

Interstate service

Between Bergen and Rockland Counties, and New York City, Rockland Coaches/The Red & Tan Lines provides service along 12 routes.

Route ends are given for each route except for branching. Some trips may only serve a portion of the route.

For purposes of service hours, the following terms are used:

  • Peak: Service operates in the peak direction (to Manhattan AM, from Manhattan PM) between 4:30 AM and 9 AM and 3 PM and 7:30 PM, weekdays.
  • Reverse peak: Service operates against the peak direction during peak hours.
  • Shoulder: Service operates in the peak direction (to Manhattan AM, from Manhattan PM) 1–2 hours before or after the peak period.
  • Midday: Bi-directional service to and from Manhattan off-peak, including the shoulder period.
  • Evening: Service operates after the PM rush (bidirectional unless noted).
  • Saturday: Route operates on Saturday.
  • Sunday: Route operates on Sunday.
Route Service Terminals Local service via
9
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
  • Midday
  • Evening
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Port Authority Bus Terminal (9W)
George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal (9A and 9W)
New City (9A and 9W)
(full-time)
Central Nyack (9W) or Stony Point (9)
(peak service only)
Sylvan Avenue, Oak Tree Road, Piermont Avenue/River Road, Broadway, Nyack Turnpike (Central Nyack trips only) Lake Road, Main Street, Route 9W (Stony Point trips only)
11A
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
  • Midday
  • Evening
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Port Authority Bus Terminal (11A/T) Stony Point, or Spring Valley Grand Avenue, Kinderkamack Road, Middletown Road, Route 59 (to Spring Valley), Routes 303, Main Street, and 9W (to Stony Point)
14
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
Port Authority Bus Terminal (14ET)
George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal (14K)
Harrington Park, Westwood, or Montvale Grand Avenue (some trips), Engle Street/Dean Street, Knickerbocker Road, Blanch Avenue, Rivervale Road (to Montvale), Piermont Avenue (to Westwood)
20
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
  • Midday
  • Evening
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
Port Authority Bus Terminal (20T) Palisades Center CR 501, Tappan Road, Western Highway, Convent Road, Gilbert Avenue, Middletown Road, Route 59
21T
  • Peak
Port Authority Bus Terminal New Milford Grand Avenue, River Road
25
  • Peak
George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal New Milford Route 4, Teaneck Road, NeW Bridge Road, Prospect Avenue, Madison Avenue, Boulevard, River Road
45
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
  • Midday
Port Authority Bus Terminal Mt. Ivy Upper Montvale Park-Ride (most trips), Chestnut Ridge Road, Route 45, Eckerson Road (some trips)
46

47

  • Peak
  • Shoulder
Port Authority Bus Terminal Nanuet or Stony Point Washington Avenue, Kinderkamack Road, Route 304, Main Street, Route 9W
48
  • AM reverse peak
  • Midday
Port Authority Bus Terminal Stony Point Garden State Parkway, Upper Montvale Park-Ride, Route 304, Main Street, Route 9W
49
  • Peak
Port Authority Bus Terminal New City or Stony Point Garden State Parkway, Route 304, Main Street, Route 9W
84
  • Peak
  • Reverse peak
  • Midday
  • Evening
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal Northvale or Westwood County Route 501, Livingston Street (to Northvale), Rivervale Road, Piermont Avenue (to Westwood)

Alternate service

Alternate service is available via a number of New Jersey Transit bus routes as noted below:

  • Rockland Coaches 25: 186 in Bergenfield
  • Rockland Coaches 14: 167 in Dumont, 166 in Tenafly

See also

References

  1. ^ Rockland Coaches NTD Program filings

External links

  • Rockland Coaches


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