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Suburban Trails

Coach USA Suburban Transit
(Suburban Trails/Cape Transit/Adventure Trails)
#21059 runs past Bryant Park in Manhattan.
Parent Coach USA
Founded 1941
Headquarters 750 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Locale Central Jersey
Service area Middlesex, Mercer, and Somerset counties
Service type Line run
Contract operations
Charter bus service
Routes 5 directly controlled
3 under contract
Fleet 140[1]
Operator Coach USA
Chief executive Ronald Kohn (GM)
Website Suburban Trails
Cape Transit

Coach USA Suburban Transit (also known as Suburban Trails, Adventure Trails, and Cape Transit), a bus operator in central New Jersey provides line run service from Middlesex County to New York City and local bus service along the Lincoln Highway and Route 130 in Middlesex County. For many years, this entity was just popularly known as Suburban Transit. It advertised prominently on New Brunswick AM radio station WCTC, "Good sense demands it/Suburban Transit." Somewhere along the line, they changed their logo and signage to Coach USA, and it so remains to this very day.


Route Terminal A Main streets of travel Terminal B
Dunellen Local
(rush hours only)
Dunellen Route 529
Lincoln Highway
Kendall Park, or
New Brunswick
Line 100 [1] Port Authority Bus Terminal New Jersey Turnpike (to exit 9)
Route 18
Lincoln Highway
Route 1 (some rush hour trips only)
Nassau Street and Palmer Square (full-time)
Princeton Shopping Center (rush hours only)
Line 300 [2]
(some trips operated by Academy Bus)
Port Authority Bus Terminal New Jersey Turnpike (to exit 8A (most trips) or 8 (limited rush hour trips only)
Route 32 (all trips except Twin Rivers)
Route 130 (all trips except Monroe Township)
Plainsboro Road (Plainsboro trips only)

Forsgate Drive, Half Acre Road
(Monroe trips only)
  • E. Windsor
    Windsor Heights Shopping Center (full-time)
  • Monroe
    Whittingham Road (rush hours only)
  • Plainsboro Town Center (rush hours only)
Line 400 [3] Port Authority Bus Terminal New Jersey Turnpike (to exit 9)
Route 18/Ryders Lane/New Brunswick Avenue (rush hours only)
East Brunswick
Transportation Center (full-time)
Old Stage and Summerhill Roads (rush hours only)
Line 500 [4]
(rush hours only)
New York
United Nations plaza
New Jersey Turnpike (to exit 9)
Somerset Street/Lincoln Highway
Kendall Park
Shopping Center, or
New Brunswick
Garage, or
Milltown, or
East Brunswick
Transportation Center
Line 600 [5]
(rush hours only)
New York
Wall Street area
New Jersey Turnpike (to exit 9)
Lincoln Highway(Princeton trips only)
East Brunswick
Transportation Center, or
Palmer Square


  1. ^ Suburban Transit NTD Program filings

External links

  • Cape Transit official website
  • Suburban Trails official website
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