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Tracing a long-defunct streetcar line, the 82 connects a corner of The Heights to Downtown Jersey City at Exchange Place.
The 83 links Journal Square and downtown Hackensack via The Heights along an over-extended, infrequent route.
Palisade Avenue local connecting Journal Square, The Heights and Union City and North Bergen every 15-20 minutes throughout the day.
The 85 provides an infrequent but vital link to shopping and jobs in the Secaucus Meadowlands.
This service links The Heights with downtown Jersey City's vibrant Grove Street area and the Newport Center Mall.
The Heights' main bus backbone, providing its most frequent links to rail transit at Journal Square and Hoboken Terminal.
Links the Western Heights with North Bergen, Union City and Journal Square along JFK Boulevard.
The primary Manhattan commuter service in The Heights, despite recent service increases the 119 is often overcrowded.
Alternate Palisade Ave local service to Union City and Manhattan.
Manhattan commuter line serving the West Side of The Heights along JFK Boulevard.
Map displays routes currently in service with live vehicle locations (positions may be 1-2 minutes behind ground truth).