The Greater Mercer TMA has the most up-to-date information about transportation options and linkage in Mercer County

Princeton also intends to have GoPrinceton running soon for information on various options and how they link up.


  • 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 New Jersey Transit Access Link certifying agencies.
  • 800.955.2321 for more information and to receive an information packet
  • 800.955.6765 for TTY calls


AAA has offered several programs and brochures for older drivers. Go to your local office or

  • Information and tips, including when to give up the keys.
  • Free brochures include:
    • How to Help an Older Driver
    • The Older and Wiser Driver
    • Drivers 55 Plus: Test Your Own Performance
    • Flexibility Fitness Training for Improving Older Driver Performance
  • CARFIT: A 12-point evaluation program that helps senior drivers determine if their vehicle is the right “fit” for their physical condition and driving style. CARFIT events are offered periodically by the AAA Mid Atlantic Foundation.
  • Roadwise Review: an interactive CD that measures physical and mental abilities shown to be the strongest predictors of crash risk among older adults. Available at local AAA retail offices.
  • DriveSharp: a pair of visual memory computer games that improves vision for driving. Available at


  • Pick up and drop off service
  • 116 Village Blvd., Princeton, NJ 08540
  • 800.488.1219


Crosstown is a door-to-door transportation service for seniors age sixty-five and up, and people with disabilities who live in the municipality of Princeton. The service is provided by a partnership between the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) and RideProvide, a program of the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Authority.

To be a Crosstown rider you must be:

  • A Princeton municipal resident
  • Age sixty-five and up, OR have a physical disability
  • Able to get yourself to the car and in/out of the car without assistance
  • Registered with the Crosstown program through PSRC at 609.751.9699

Rides between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays must be reserved no later than noon on the business day before the scheduled ride. Rides can be scheduled for any purpose between any points of origin and destination within the municipality, but medical appointments at Penn Medicine Princeton Health or at the Princeton Fitness and Wellness Centers (in both Princeton and Plainsboro) will receive priority. Rides to Penn Medicine are free for registered riders.

Each one-way ride costs $3, which is payable by voucher; riders may purchase (with cash, check, or credit card) up to twenty vouchers at a time at the PSRC Office (101 Poor Farm Road) or by calling 609.751.9699.


EZ Pass Senior Discount

Senior discounts are available on New Jersey Turnpike tolls through the EZ Pass system. For information, go to the New Jersey EZ Pass website:


  • Ryde4Life Program — transportation for older adults with Lyft/Uber
  • Age 50+
  • Schedule rides with Lyft/Uber 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday
  • Annual membership fee $15 + $1 per ride (waived for PAAD participants)
  • 866.208.1307, option 4


The freeB is a small free bus that runs a loop around Princeton during the day and to the train station during commuter hours. Information may be found at:  It is funded by the municipality of Princeton, overseen by GMTMA and contracted out to Stout’s Bus Service.


  • Schedule rides with Lyft/Uber; 24/7 operators, text alerts to family if desired.
  • Fee based on length of ride
  • 855.464.6872


Greater Mercer TMA is a nonprofit, public private partnership dedicated to reducing traffic congestion and improving mobility in and around Mercer County. Established in 1984, our association consists of large and small employers, local governments, authorities, and state agencies who share a commitment to providing transportation choices that are good for commuters, good for business and good for the environment.

  • 15 Roszel Rd. South, Suite 101, Princeton, NJ 08540
  • 609.452.1491
  • Schedules for the FreeB, NJ Transit Buses and Trains on their Web site:



MCAT — Middlesex County Area Transit

The Middlesex County Area Transit provides transportation to seniors (60+), disabled and other transportation dependent residents of Middlesex County. Transportation is provided within the County and up to 5 miles outside the County. This area includes University Medical Center at Princeton.

  • 711 Jersey Ave., New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
  • 732.745.7456
  • Reservations — 800.221.3520



  • Seniors (62 and older) and the disabled can ride NJT trains, light rail & buses for 50% or more reduction in fare.
  • You must show your Medicare card or NJ Transit Reduced Fare ID or other accepted ID. NJ Transit Reduced Fare ID’s can be obtained from local banks or:
    • NJ TRANSIT Reduced Fare Program
      180 Boyden Ave.
      Maplewood, NJ 07040
  • To get a reduced fare on an interstate bus not marked NJ Transit, obtain coupons from local banks or savings and loan associations.
  • Make your smartphone your travel pass at

NJ Find A Ride

  • NJ 211 is a valuable resource that enables people to search an electronic database of transportation providers to find a ride.


  • ABBA medical transportation 732.583.1121
  • ABLE 800.323.2253
  • Alert Ambulance 732.364.2856
  • Right Hand 908.331.2719


  • Annual membership fee of $40 ($60 per family) plus per-ride fee
  • Anywhere in Mercer County, Plainsboro, southern portion of Montgomery
  • Per-person, each way fees based on zones traveled $8, $12, $17, or $20 for further travels
  • $5 fee for rides before 8 am
  • 15 Roszel Rd., Princeton, NJ 08540
  • 609.452.5140 for more information, 609.452.5144 to schedule rides

SENIOR CARE SERVICES OF GREATER PRINCETON (formerly Senior Care Ministry & Senior Care Services of NJ)

  • Transportation is provided in private cars for health- and medical-related appointments within a ten-mile radius of the center of Princeton. These include appointments with doctors, dentists, podiatrists, optometrists, and audiologists, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, physical therapy, diagnostic testing, and prescription pick up. Clients must be ambulatory and require minimal assistance since the drivers are not trained to provide assistance.
  • Provides limited transportation for grocery shopping, limited medical transportation, and friendly visiting
  • PO Box 1517, Princeton, NJ 08542
  • 609.921.8888 — leave a message on the answering machine if no answer

T.R.A.D.E. (Transportation Resources to Aid Disadvantaged and Elderly)

  • Mercer County supported program to provide transportation assistance at no cost to elderly, low-income or disabled County residents. However, a voluntary $1 contribution for each ride is requested.
  • Daily door-to-door service from home to nutrition site, medical and other appointments. Schedule two weeks in advance.
  • Wheelchair van available on request. No fee.
  • 609.530.1971

For transportation in other townships, please call your local senior center.

The Princeton Senior Resource Center does not endorse any of the resources listed on these pages. We collect and provide information from many sources as a service to those seeking services in the Princeton area. No listed provider pays to be in our directory.

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