The company had suspended service on all routes durning the height of the pandemic. When it resumed service on the #33 in June, it was just three morning and evening runs. Before COVID-19, DeCamp had had up to six buses an hour stopping in Verona on the morning and evening rushes.
The June schedule had buses inbound buses at 6:35, 7:35 and 8:35 a.m. and outbound routes at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. Those continue, and on November 1, DeCamp will be adding mid-day and weekend service.
DeCamp said today that it is also adding weekday #32 service, mid-day and weekend #66 times, #66R service to West Caldwell and Roseland, and mid-day #44 service. Updated schedules with an effective date of November 1 will be posted to www.decamp.com.
“I’m happy to be adding additional routes and expanding service levels,” said Jonathan DeCamp, vice president of DeCamp Bus Lines, in a statement. “We want to provide the residents and commuters with additional options for getting back and forth to the city.”
Bus tickets can be purchased at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, at local ticket agents (Henry’s Fine Foods in Verona), or purchased on New York City-bound buses using cash. In addition to the commuter services, DeCamp is booking charters for all group travel needs and operating weekly casino service to Wind Creek, Bethlehem.