Transportation Alternatives

Egg Harbor City Train StationNJ TRANSIT Bus Service

The Main Campus is served by NJ TRANSIT bus route #508 with service to Hamilton Mall, AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Galloway, Seaview Resort, and Atlantic City.

For a schedule and additional information, visit:
http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0508.pdf

Atlantic City Rail Line

NJ TRANSIT operates the Atlantic City Rail Line with service between Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station and the Atlantic City Rail Terminal and intermediate stops along the way, including access to Stockton’s Main Campus via connecting service at Egg Harbor City station.

For more information and a schedule for the Atlantic City Rail Line, visit:
http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/R0090.pdf

Connecting Service to Main Campus - Egg Harbor City Shuttle

The South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA) operates the Egg Harbor City Rail Station shuttle with service to the Atlantic City Rail Line’s Egg Harbor Station, Stockton University, the FAA Tech Center, and the Atlantic City Airport. On campus, the shuttle stops at the bus shelter in the Arts and Sciences Circle. For more information, visit:
http://www.sjta.com/sjta/pdfs/Egg_Harbor_AC_Airport_Brochure.pdf

Bicycles on NJ TRANSIT Buses and Trains

NJ TRANSIT allows bicycles on-board all Atlantic City Rail Line trains and all buses in southern New Jersey. For more information on how to ride NJ TRANSIT with your bicycle, visit:
http://www.njtransit.com/rg/rg_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=BikeProgramTo

NJ TRANSIT Quik Tik Student Discount

Stockton has partnered with NJ TRANSIT to offer full-time undergraduate and graduate students 25% off the cost of a bus, rail, or light-rail monthly pass. For more information, visit the Office of Student Developments’ website:
NJ Transit Quik Tik

Commuter Rewards Program

Cross County Connection Transportation Management Association (CCCTMA) runs the Caring Commuter Program, which is a free program for anyone who commutes at least once a week using public transit, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling, or walking. The Caring Commuter Program rewards commuters with discounts to dozens of different businesses and services across southern New Jersey. For more information and to join the Caring Commuter Program, visit:
http://driveless.com/programsandservices_01_1072008.htm

Car Pooling

Are you looking for a more cost effective way of getting to and from work or school? Have you tried carpooling? Cross County Connection (CCCTMA, South Jersey’s Transportation Management Association) provides a free ridematch service to help you find a suitable carpooling partner based on your commute patterns—origin, destination, start and ending times. Depending on the distance traveled and the number of passengers, the savings can add up quickly. For more information and to find a ridematch for free, visit CCC’s carpooling website:
http://www.driveless.com/gettingaround_carpooling_01_1072008.htm

Commuter Tax$ave Program

Stockton participates in the Commuter Tax$ave program, which allows employees to pay for qualified mass transit commuting and parking expenses with your pretax salary, up to certain federal limits. Paying with pretax salary means you use your salary before federal taxes are taken out. When you pay for your commute with pretax salary instead of after tax salary, you save on the taxes you normally pay. For more information and for enrollment forms, please visit Stockton’s Human Resources website.

Bicycle Commuter program for employees

In an effort to support sustainable practices and promote healthier lifestyles, Stockton offers a bicycle commuter reimbursement benefit. The benefit will allow for a monthly reimbursement of up to $20 per month for cycling expenses incurred by an employee. For more detailed information and enrollment forms, please visit Stockton’s Human Resources website:

Bicycle Commuter Reimbursement Program information: https://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/human_resources/content/docs/BicycleCommReimbursePol073014.pdf

Bicycle Commuter Reimbursement form for employees: https://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos//human_resources/content/docs/BicycleCommuterReimburse1.pdf

Bike Share program for Main Campus residential students

The Office of Residential Life owns over 20 bicycles that residential students can borrow for each semester. Due to the overwhelming demand of students requesting bicycles, a lottery takes place to determine who can borrow a bike and who cannot. Learn more information about our bike share program.