LBI Offering Two Shuttle Buses

Dated: 09/04/2013

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Looking for an easy AND eco-friendly way to get around on LBI? Why not take the FREE LBI SHUTTLE BUS? Sponsored by Long Beach Township, flag down this bright yellow mini-bus anytime from 10am-10pm. The bus travels from the border of Ship Bottom where the first stop is The Haymarket and then makes numerous stops along the blvd until the turn around stop located at the 7-11 in Beach Haven.

And for you city goers there is now a NYC-LBI Shuttle departing several days a week from 9 towns on LBI and arriving at either Newark Airport, Secaucus Rail Station, or NYC 9th Ave and 42nd St. Cash only $40 one way, $30 for kids under 18 and adults 65+. For more info check their website www.lbibus.com or call 347-927-0750
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Kim Pileggi

Greetings from Long Beach Island! I am a full time real estate agent specializing in LBI sales and summer rentals, servicing all of LBI and the surrounding mainland communities. I have earned several ....

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