Express Service to Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater


Website_Headway3132_2018-(1).jpgNICE Bus and Live Nation are excited to announce the launch of express bus service to Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater for the 2019 Summer Concert Season. 

Sponsored by Live Nation, riders can now use NICE Bus' n88 service out of the Freeport LIRR station, with concert service starting 90 minutes prior to show time, operating up to 90 minutes past the end of each concert. Pickups and drop-off are located at the East Bathhouse, a short walk across from the amphitheater. 

Bus fare is $2.75 one-way for all Jones Beach and Concert service. Riders can purchase tickets through the NICE GoMobile payment app (available as a free download in the app store), using an MTA MetroCard, or with exact change in coins (no dollar bills) for payment.    

“Nothing says ‘summer on Long Island’ like enjoying a concert at Jones Beach with family or friends,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. “I’m excited to partner with Live Nation to provide this bus service to help more of our residents enjoy these memorable events.”

Bus service will begin May 30th with the Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band show and run on all show nights through September, ending with the final concert of the season on Thursday, September 19th. 

"NICE Bus is proud to partner with Live Nation to expand service to Nassau County's beachside entertainment destination," said Jack Khzouz, NICE Bus CEO. "We'd like to thank Executive Curran and Live Nation for making this partnership happen and expanding transportation options for eventgoers in the county and beyond. We encourage all Jones Beach concertgoers to join us for a ride to the beach this summer." 

The Long Island Railroad also offers a discounted travel package to Jones Beach from Penn Station / Atlantic Station (Brooklyn) and Jamaica, Queens during the summer months, including NICE's n88 Jones Beach service. Riders can visit the MTA website for schedules and fare info for LIRR service to Freeport.

For additional information about n88 Jones Beach and Concert Service please click here. For Jones Beach concert ticket sales please visit the Live Nation website


NICE recognized with LIBN Corporate Citizenship Award


 LIBN Award.jpgNassau Inter-County Express/NICE Bus has been named the recipient of a Corporate Citizen of the Year award for large business by Long Island Business News, Long Island's business publication of record. 

Presented annually, the Corporate Citizenship Awards recognize "companies and individuals who believe that by being a good corporate citizen we contribute to the economic and social well-being of our employees, businesses and the community, and that true community stewardship evolves through building strong partnerships with the nonprofit organizations that strive to meet the critical needs of our community."

The award includes a company profile in its June 5th print edition, recognizing NICE's commitment to "Everybody Rides NICE," Transdev's not-for-profit foundation established to support access to transportation services. 

CEO Jack Khzouz accepted the award on behalf of NICE by Transdev, during an awards ceremony June 6th at the Crest Hollow Country Club. 

"We are proud to be recognized as an asset to Long Island and its residents. Our goal is to make an impact one rider at a time, and by collaborating with other community organizations, we can effect change in the places we work and serve," said Khzouz. "We'd like to thank Long Island Business News for shining a light on Long Island's not-for-profits and the many businesses who contribute to life here on Long Island." 

United Way of Long Island and Island Harvest helped to recommend NICE for  the award, referencing NICE's collaborative spirit in supporting community outreach projects including Everybody Rides NICE, Project Warmth and annual food drives, among other initiatives. 

 NICE was in good company among the 2019 awards class, with PSEG Long Island,, and AT&T among others recognized for their commitment to social responsibility. #NICEteam

Read more in the Long Island Business News special feature here.