EZ riders–Nonprofit offers seminars and more on public transportation options

August 24, 2015

The name says it all: the New Jersey Transportation Independence Program, or NJTIP. The nonprofit organization provides educational assistance to Jersey residents on how to travel around the region on mass transportation. Recently, representatives of NJTIP visited the Edward A. Lawler Towers senior building in North Bergen to offer a seminar on how to use public transit.

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