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Hunterdon County Announces Changes to LINK Bus Routes Including Lambertville

The Hunterdon County Department of Human Services last week announced service and schedule changes to the Hunterdon County LINK Transportation System “Flemington Shuffle” and “Cross County Shuffle” routes effective immediately.

Here’s a wrap-up of the changes:

Route 14: Lambertville-Flemington 
– New stop at York and Main streets in Lambertville
– Bridge Bridge and Main street stop relocated to bus shelter on Bridge Street (near Exxon Station)
– Stockton – published stop removed
– New stop at Hunterdon County Route 31 Complex, Gauntt Place, Raritan Twp.

Route 15: Hampton-Clinton-Flemington
– VFW, Glen Gardner- published stop removed
– Rosewood Drive, Glen Gardner- published stop removed

Route 17: Milford- Flemington-Whitehouse-Clinton &
Route 18: Clinton-Whitehouse- Flemington-Milford
– Dutch Mill Market, Holland Township – published stop removed
– Baptistown Corner Store, Kingwood Township – published stop removed
– Salem Industrial Park, Whitehouse – published stop removed
– New stop at Fountain Motel, Lebanon
Route 19: Flemington/Raritan Township &
Route 16: Raritan Township/Flemington
– New stop at Madison Arms Apartments, Flemington

 Route 21: Flemington/Raritan Township (Saturday only)
– New stop at Costco, Raritan Township
– Herman Kapp Senior Housing- published stop removed

Route 23: Flemington/RVCC/ Bridgewater/Somerville
– Whitehouse Train Station- published stop removed
– Shoprite in Branchburg – published stop removed
– Hunterdon County Route 31 Complex, Gauntt Place, Raritan Twp. – published stop removed
– New stop at Walmart, Whitehouse
– New stop at Somerville Train StationFares on all services remain the same.

“Service changes have been made to address new demand and rider requests,” said Christine Hammerstone, Hunterdon County Human Services Administrator.

New printed schedules will be available in information racks maintained by HART TMA, Hunterdon’s non-profit transportation management association, at more than 300 locations throughout Hunterdon County.  Copies of the schedules will also be available on all LINK buses, according to the Hunterdon DHS.

Riders impacted by these schedule changes may call Central Dispatch at 800-842-0531 to discuss travel needs.

The Hunterdon County LINK Transportation System is a service of Hunterdon County government. LINK operates two types of bus service within Hunterdon County — “demand response,” which requires riders to call by 12 noon on the day before a ride is needed, and “deviated fixed route,” which operates along designated routes, with pick-up/drops off at published bus stops and timepoints. These fixed routes may “deviate” up to ¼ mile off of the designated route to accommodate riders, says Hunterdon DHS. LINK service is available to all Hunterdon County residents.


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