“I hated to give up my car, but the Crosstown drivers are so friendly and helpful.  I can get where I need to go on time!”

“Crosstown has been so helpful when both my husband and I had many medical appointments. Great Program. Thank you.”

Crosstown Transportation

Crosstown is a door-to-door transportation service for seniors age 65 and older, and people with disabilities who cannot drive, who live in the municipality of Princeton.

Rides may be scheduled between any points of origin and destination within the municipality, to Penn Medicine Princeton Health, and to Princeton Fitness and Wellness Center. Rides and return trips may be scheduled for any purpose, but medical appointments will receive priority. Rides are available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.

Each one-way ride costs $3.00, payable by voucher. Vouchers must be presented at the time of the ride.

Who Can Ride?

To be a Crosstown rider you must be:

  • A Princeton municipal resident
  • Age 65+ or have a physical disability
  • Unable to drive
  • Able to get yourself to the car and in/out of the car without assistance
  • Registered with the Crosstown program

The following rides are free:

  • Penn Medicine Princeton Health
  • Medically prescribed rehabilitation at:
    • Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center (Plainsboro)
    • Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center (Princeton)

To learn about the approved medical office ride destinations outside of Princeton, call Ride Provide at 609.452.5144.

How do I start?

  • Register by calling 609.751.9699
  • Riders may order up to 20 vouchers at a time
  • Purchase vouchers at these locations:
    • Nancy S. Klath Center for Lifelong Learning (credit card, cash, or check)
    • Suzanne Patterson Building (credit card, cash, or check)
    • Spruce Circle, Elm Court, or Redding Circle (cash or check)
    • Our website—CLICK HERE
    • By mail: PSRC, 101 Poor Farm Road, Building B, Princeton, NJ 08540
    • By phone: 609.751.9699

Reservations must be made no later than noon on the business day before the scheduled ride.

To schedule a ride, call Ride Provide at 609.452.5144.

Who Manages Crosstown?

The Crosstown program is managed by PSRC and is subsidized by the Municipality of Princeton. Please contact PSRC to register as a new rider, or if you have questions about the program.

PSRC also provides a wide array of programs and support services for older adults. Rides are provided by RideProvide, a program of the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Authority.

To register or to learn more: Call 609.751.9699.


To schedule a ride, call Ride Provide at 609.452.5144.


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