Become an Information Outreach Partner

Would your residents, employees, customers, patients, visitors, or students benefit from having access to transportation information?  Why not become an Information Outreach Partner with goHunterdon?

goHunterdon maintains approximately 250 information racks located at local libraries, community centers, municipal buildings, doctor’s offices, retail establishments, hotels, bed and breakfasts, and tourist destinations.

Each rack offers easy access to printed bus and train schedules and copies of the Hunterdon County Transportation and Mobility Guide, which includes information on NJ TRANSIT train stations, park and ride facilities, taxi services, ride-hailing services, medical transportation, and other private providers.  Racks can be customized to also include information on bicycling, carpooling, vanpooling, and community and senior mobility programs, and safety information.

There is no cost to host a rack. goHunterdon staff will maintain the rack and ensure that the most up to date information is displayed.

Contact Heather Carman, Information Outreach Associate, or call 908.788.5553 to discuss becoming an Information Outreach Partner.