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Irvington Bus Terminal

Irvington Bus Terminal

Irvington Bus Terminal is a regional bus terminus in Irvington, New Jersey. It is owned and operated by New Jersey Transit (NJT) and is served by buses traveling to Newark and other points in Essex County, to Union and Passaic counties, and to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. The terminal was originally built in 1947 and underwent significant renovation and expansion in the early 2000s.[1] It is one of the NJT's busiest facilities, daily serving over 12,500 passengers with more than 450 bus trips.[2][3] and is origination/termination point for one of Greater Newark's bus rapid transit (BRT) lines.[4] In July 2015, the central business district around the terminal was designated a transit village, qualifying it for incentives for revitalization.[5][6]


Route Terminals Via
13 Irvington Bus Terminal Clifton
Clifton Commons, or
Clifton Industrial Park
Downtown Newark
Bloomfield Avenue (Clifton trips only)
Washington Avenue (Clifton Commons trips)
Broadway, Clinton Avenue
25/go25 Irvington Bus Terminal Newark Penn Station Springfield Avenue
Essex County Courthouse
Four Corners
(No Sunday service)
Irvington Bus Terminal Elizabeth Union Avenue, Liberty Avenue, Morris Avenue
27 Irvington Bus Terminal Forest Hill or
Bloomfield Center
Delawanna (NJT station)
(rush hours only)
Downtown Newark
Hawthorne Avenue, Broad Street, Mount Prospect Avenue
Franklin Street (Bloomfield trips only)
Verona Avenue (Forest Hill trips only) Union Avenue, Kingsland Avenue (Clifton trips only)
37 Newark-Ivy Hill Newark Liberty International Airport Maplewood
Irvington Bus Terminal
Springfield Avenue
Lyons Avenue
(rush hours only)
Irvington Washington Park 18th Avenue
Downtown Newark
70 Newark Penn Station Livingston Mall Irvington Bus Terminal
90 Irvington Bus Terminal Branch Brook Park (NCS station) East Orange
107 Port Authority Bus Terminal South Orange (NJT station) or
Newark-Ivy Hill
some trips via Newark Airport and/or Union City
Lyons Avenue
Irvington Bus Terminal
Irvington Avenue
375 Maplewood Newark Penn Station or Ironbound Irvington Bus Terminal
Springfield Avenue
Essex County Courthouse
Four Corners
Newark Penn Station


  1. ^ "New Jersey: Irvington: Bus Terminal Expansion", The New York Times, September 18, 2002, retrieved May 30, 2012
  2. ^ "New Jersey Transit". October 16, 2003. Retrieved May 5, 2012.
  3. ^ "Railroad Construction Companies". Retrieved May 5, 2012.
  4. ^ "go25" (PDF). Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  5. ^ "N.J. names 30th transit village, town calls designation 'tremendous'". July 2015. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  6. ^ "Two New Transit Villages Designated - New Jersey Future". Retrieved October 19, 2017.

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