About Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc
Founder A.J. Ferraro started in the bus industry in 1917 when he converted a truck into a bus and transported troops to Fort Dix, New Jersey. In 1941, Ferraro founded Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc. and based the company in the Warren County, New Jersey community of Washington, located in Franklin Township. The company emerged when Ferraro, along with his son, John and daughter Camille, took over the New Jersey Interurban Coach Company. The company operated local transit service along the Port Colden, Washington, Broadway, and Phillipsburg, New Jersey corridor to Easton, Pennsylvania, and eventually grew to include Allentown, Pennsylvania. The company also ran a few charters and tour excursions.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I bring my pet with me on the bus?
- Do you have a Lost & Found policy?
- Does Trans-Bridge have Holiday schedules?
- Does Trans-Bridge Lines offer gift certificates?
- How much baggage can I bring with me?
- Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE)
- Package Express Service information
- Trans-Bridge parking information
- What is Trans-Bridge Lines refund policy?
- Who do I contact for connection information?
When Trans-Bridge Lines transports service animals, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, they must remain on the floor, and cannot block the aisle. The passenger must keep his or her service animal under control at all times. The service animal must be on a leash, harness, or other tethers.
Holiday Schedules will be changed to meet the demands of passengers for each holiday and will be listed on our website or call for schedule information.
Gift certificates are available in any denomination.
Trans-Bridge gift certificates can be purchased and redeemed at the following location:
2012 Industrial Drive | Bethlehem, PA 18017
Trans-Bridge Lines and Trans-Bridge Tours is not responsible for any lost or stolen cards.
Gift certificates are non-refundable.
Any baggage stored in the baggage compartment must be tagged with a legible name tag.
Passengers must identify themselves when picking up their baggage at destination.
All bags are subject to search and inspection.
Only hand baggage will be carried on board by passengers.
Bags not able to fit in the overhead compartments must be placed under the passenger’s seat or in the lower baggage bays.
Because of space limitations, we must limit each passenger to two (2) suitcases and one (1) carry-on.
The maximum weight limit is 50 pounds per bag.
A folding bicycle in a standard sized carrying bag is permitted and will be transported in the lower baggage bay.
Excess baggage or large items, such as full-sized bicycles, will be transported for additional costs. Please refer to our
Package Express Service regarding transporting a full-sized bicycle or larger items.
Excess baggage costs must be paid prior to boarding and shipped as Package Express.
Trans-Bridge Lines is not responsible for lost, damaged or misplaced baggage.
Bicycles not boxed will be accepted for a $7.00 flat fee.
The carrier is not responsible for any damage that may occur during transport.
Any package in excess of 100 lbs. will not be carried.
Passengers must meet the bus at the Port Authority Bus Terminal to get their packages.
Glass mirrors, frames, televisions, VCRs, computer equipment, and auto glass must be in protective cartons.
Shipper assumes full risk of loss or damage. The carrier shall not be liable.
to vehicles parked in our authorized parking lots/areas.
-William Penn Highway / Rt. 33 Park & Ride
-Allentown Bus Terminal – Permit only. Contact the Allentown Bus Terminal for more information. 610-434-6188
-Hunterdon Hills Playhouse – Permit only. To obtain a permit, follow instructions and complete the permit application.
-Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) Terminal – Permit only / Non-Refundable
To obtain a Trans-Bridge Passenger Parking Lot Permit, a valid Trans-Bridge Lines Round-Trip, JFK Airport, or Newark Airport bus ticket or Commuter Book for New York must be presented at the time of the request, otherwise, the permit will not be issued.
Rate: Parking is free for the first three days (a permit is still required for the first 3 days), $5 per day for 4 to 30 days (rates subject to change). The permit must be obtained/purchased prior to departure by visiting our main office at 2012 Industrial Drive or at the Lehigh Valley International Airport. All violators will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. Trans-Bridge Lines and Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority (LNAA) are not liable for theft or damage to vehicles while parked at ABE. Please allow extra time to purchase a bus ticket(s), obtain a permit, and park car, as buses leave at scheduled departure times. Parking terms are subject to change, at any time, with or without notice. Parking is by permit only and is non-refundable.
-Annandale Square – Parking restricted to Wall Street customers only.
-Clinton, NJ Park & Ride
-Branchburg Park & Ride – Permit only. Contact Branchburg Township Clerks Office. Should Township Office be closed, emergency one-day permits are
available at the Bagel Garden in Branchburg. 908-526-1300
-Doylestown SEPTA Train Station – On-street parking only; do not park in SEPTA lot.
-Flemington Liberty Village Lower Commuter Lot – Overnight parking permitted.
-Frenchtown Municipal Parking Lot – Located on Bridge Street, next to the Bridge Cafe.
-New Hope – See authorized agent (at the UPS Store) for designated parking area in Logan Square Shopping Center.
Unused Commuter / Multi-Ride tickets must be submitted for a refund prior to expiration.
Unused Commuter / Multi-Ride tickets submitted for refund will lose their discount, provided by the Commuter Program. Valid partially used commuter tickets will be refunded by first subtracting the full one-way adult fare value multiplied by the number of used tickets from the actual sales price of the original discounted sales amount. At times, this will result in no refund. Should a refund exist after the loss of discount, there will be a 5% administrative fee applied to the total remaining value of unused tickets.
To request a refund on Commuter Book tickets only, please mail refund requests and unused tickets to:
Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc.
2012 Industrial Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Refunds are issued once a week by check and mailed via the USPS. Tickets purchased with a credit card will be refunded to that credit card.
All other tickets, including One-Way, Round-Trip, Reduced Fare, Cash Fares, and Pier Transportation are non-refundable.
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