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Morristown Celebrates Earth Day with NJ TRANSIT Initiatives and Sustainable Transportation

In honor of Earth Day, NJ TRANSIT is continuing to support sustainable transportation and environmental responsibility with new and ongoing initiatives. This year, the organization is offering new customers a chance to try transit for free and is launching its first-ever Bicycle, Scooter, and Pedestrian Access Survey to gather data and help improve safety and access for cyclists, scooter riders, and pedestrians to public transit.

"NJ TRANSIT takes pride in establishing sustainability initiatives that will guide us in providing easier access to our services while promoting environmentally friendly transportation," said New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner and NJ TRANSIT Board Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti.

The Bicycle, Scooter, and Pedestrian Access Survey runs from April 17th to the end of National Bike to Work Week (May 15th - May 21st) and can be found at Participants who complete the survey and provide their contact information will be entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card.

As part of the Try TRANSIT promotion, from April 17th - April 23rd, the first 5,000 new customers can receive one free round-trip ticket through the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App using the promo code "EARTH23." Please note that certain restrictions apply. Visit for complete details.

NJ TRANSIT continues to advance sustainability initiatives, such as developing its first-ever Sustainability Plan and working toward a 100% zero-emission bus fleet by 2040, aligned with Governor Murphy's Energy Master Plan.

In addition to the Earth Day promotion, NJ TRANSIT is offering a "Take a Spring Break & Bring a Friend on Us" deal, which allows customers to receive a free round-trip for a traveling companion with the purchase of a round-trip. Use the promo code "SPRING23" in the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App to receive the "Buy One, Get One Free" round-trip offer. This promotion runs from April 3rd to April 23rd. See for complete details.

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