- ajedrezLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
You can take the NJT Northeast Corridor Line to Trenton. From there, you can take the SEPTA Trenton Line (R7) to 30th Street and take the Atlantic City Rail Line (Note that it doesn't run that frequently)
You can also take the RiverLine from Trenton to the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden, and then take the #405, #406, or #407, depending on what part of Cherry Hill you want.
You could also get off in Burlington and take the NJT #413 bus to Cherry Hill.
I hope this information was very helpful.
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- 8 years ago
My friend, if you're referring to Cherry Hill, NJ then BoltBus does not go there. Here's how to get to Cherry Hill from NYC.
Option 1 - Via Philly
From Penn Station, take Amtrak's Northeast Corridor Line to Philadelphia-30th Street Station, where a connection can be made to NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line.
Take the ACL from Philly-30th Street to Cherry Hill.
The one way fare on Amtrak from NYC to Philly will cost you around $30, while the one way fare on the NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line will cost you $10.
Option 2 via Trenton and Burlington
From Penn Station, take NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor Line to Trenton, where a connection can be made to the RiverLine Light Rail to Burlington, stopping at the Burlington Towne Center.
Once Burlington Towne Center, transfer to NJ Transit bus 413, which will take you from the BTC to Cherry Hill.
The one way fare on the NEC Line will cost you $15.50, while the fare on the RiverLine will cost you $1.90 one way. The fare on the bus varies by the zone.
I hope this information is very helpful.
Native New Yorker
- shoredude2Lv 78 years ago
I think Bolt Bus does that route.
- Anonymous3 years ago
Maybe, but I am not 100% on it