Paterson – Clifton – Passaic – Secaucus – Union City – New York
Minibuses with “Express Service” markings and “New York Paterson” destination signs run between Main and Broadway in Downtown Paterson, NJ and the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan, via Main Avenue and Route 3.
Buses operate on Main St. in Paterson, Main Ave. in Clifton and Passaic, after which they enter Route 21
Buses then travel on service roads along Route 3, making local stops.
Buses also exit the highway in Union City to make local stops.
In New York, buses board on 8th Avenue between 40th and 41st across the street from the Port Authority, and at gates 51 and 56 inside the terminal.
Fares are between $1.25 and $6. Buses operated by Spanish Transportation charge slightly lower fares to passengers boarding inside
Frequency is every 4 minutes during rush hours and less frequently at other times. Buses run 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
These buses run on a similar route to NJ Transit route 190.
This route mainly operated by a company called Spanish Transportation, along with a few other operators.