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Mobile Ticketing Now Available

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Kids Ride Free to Logan Airport

For each ticketed adult on a C&J bus to Boston’s Logan Airport, one child can ride absolutely free.

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See Service Updates

Read about C&J’s temporary service changes caused by the coronavirus.

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C&J Airport Pick-up Locations

See where to catch the bus at Boston’s Logan Airport.

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Support Local Charities with Every C&J Purchase

At C&J, we are focused on giving back to the community that has made us who we are today. We take great pride in the importance of supporting our community and working together to improve it.

In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, we will donate $1 of every round-trip ticket purchase for the next two weeks to local charities. Help support local non-profits by riding with C&J.

How To Donate

Two charities have been selected in each of C&J terminal locations to support. For each round-trip purchase at any of our Dover, Portsmouth or Newburyport terminals you will be given a C&J coin to select which charity your donation goes to. All online ticket purchases will be divided evenly among the charities.

Dover Charities:

Zebra Crossings:
Zebra Crossings’ is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to enrich the lives of youth with chronic medical conditions by fostering greater self-confidence, a sense of independence and a desire to realize their full potential. They foster this through fun and engaging enrichment programs that build a strong and caring community support network for families.

Triangle Club:
The Dover Triangle Club is a peer-driven meeting center for recovery from substance abuse. They offer over forty 12-Step Recovery meetings weekly and are open 7 days a week, 365 days per year. The Triangle Club was the first in New Hampshire to hold Heroin Anonymous meetings, which are now held 7 days a week. A 501(c)(3) organization with an all-volunteer staff and no paid salaries.

Portsmouth Charities:

End 68 Hours of Hunger:
End 68 Hours of Hunger is a private, not-for-profit, effort to confront the approximately 68 hours of hunger that some school children experience between the free lunch they receive at school on Friday afternoon and the free breakfast they receive at school on Monday morning.

Haven:
Haven is a non-profit located in Portsmouth, whose mission is to prevent sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking and to support and empower women, men, youth and families to heal from abuse and rebuild their lives.

Newburyport Charities:

Pennies for Poverty! 2 Cents 4 Change:
Pennies for Poverty’s is a non-profit whose mission is to reduce poverty and alleviate its devastating impact on individuals and families in the Greater Newburyport Area.

Firehouse Center for the Arts:
The mission of the Firehouse (Society for the Development of Arts and Humanities) is to advance the arts and humanities in the Greater Newburyport region.

Find The Lucky Coin and Enter to Win!

We thought we would have some fun with the luck of the Irish!

Each day, there will be a gold coin placed on a page on our website. Find the coin, click it, and fill in your information to enter to win 2 round-trip tickets to New York City. Winner will be announced, Monday April 3rd.

Donations valid for all C&J round-trip purchases made between 3/17/17-3/31/17. Up to a $6,000 total contribution.