Shuttles

Harmon Meadows Shuttle

Shuttles make it easy for commuters and businesses

Commuters rely on shuttles because they make it an EZ Ride to connect from public transportation hubs to businesses, commercial areas and residential complexes. EZ Ride shuttles simplify transportation for riders and help improve the environment by reducing the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the road.

Businesses rely on shuttles because they reduce commuting time for their employees, making it easier to retain them.

Commercial areas appreciate shuttles because they make it easier for shoppers to visit, especially in densely populated areas where parking is always a problem.

Residential complexes value shuttle service because it makes their properties more marketable by offering a valued convenience to residents. Studies have shown that shuttles increase real estate values because they provide easy access to visitors.

Commuter walking away from EZ Ride shuttle

Employers show corporate responsibility

Today, many companies embrace their corporate responsibility to the environment. Encouraging the use of public transit by offering shuttle service demonstrates your commitment to a cleaner environment by reducing the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the roads and the amount of carbon emissions in the air. Shuttle programs can help qualify for LEED certification. LEED is a third-party certification program and the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings. The program may also offer savings from parking costs.

To arrange a shuttle program for your employees, click here.

Hartz Mountain Logo

"Hartz Mountain tenants wanted their workers, patrons and guests to be able to access public transit at Secaucus Junction. EZ Ride initiated the Harmon Meadow Shuttle and from day one, ridership increased steadily. This shuttle offers a real alternative to those who otherwise would have to drive."

Alan J. Magrini, Esq. Senior Vice President Hartz Mountain Industries

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