Offers people with disabilities paratransit service which is comparable to the local bus service. Mini-buses and wheelchair-accessible vans are used. Each person must be certified at one of the NJ Transit Access Link certifying agencies.
Phone: (800) 955-2321 or (800) 955-6765 for TTY calls.
Provides mid-day transportation around Princeton on a fixed route. This service is provided to the community free of charge and is open to people of all ages and abilities. Click here for the bus schedule.
Phone: (609) 452-1491
Mercer County TRADE
Supports eligible county residents who require transportation to maintain their health, improve their financial status, utilize various public and private programs and services (medical, therapeutic, recreational) and access other needed community resources. TRADE also provides non-emergency transportation to residents of Mercer County who are elderly and to people with disabilities.
Transportation Resources to Aid the Disadvantaged and Elderly
300 Scotch Road, Trenton, NJ 08628
Phone: (609) 530-1971
The “mybus” service indicates the times that the next 3-6 buses are scheduled to arrive at a particular bus stop. NJ Transit has assigned each NJ transit bus stop a unique 5 digit number. The bus stop number is printed on a metal sign on the bus stop pole. MyBus can be used either by texting or calling NJ Transit.
Transit Bus System
There are several buses including No. 655 (to Plainsboro and to Princeton), 606 (to Hamilton Marketplace and to Princeton), and 605 (to Princeton/Montgomery and to Quaker Bridge Mall).
655 Schedule: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0655.pdf
606 Schedule: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0606.pdf
605 Schedule: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0605.pdf
New Jersey Transit: Web: www.njtransit.com
Phone: (973) 275-5555
Is a free shuttle operated by Princeton University. The buses are available to anyone and offer transportation around the campus and throughout downtown Princeton. Please see the website below for a detailed map of each route.