- Getting Around Princeton
- Other Transportation Resources
Other Transportation Resources
New Jersey Rideshare is the state's free ride matching service connects people to rides with New Jersey's largest commuter network. For additional information on carpooling and New Jersey Rideshare, contact email the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association (TMA) or call 609-452-1491.
Registered carpoolers working in Mercer County are eligible for Greater Mercer TMA's emergency ride home program.
Transportation for Seniors & Individuals with Disabilities
Princeton's Crosstown program provides door-to-door car transportation for residents 65 years and older or people with disabilities who do not drive. Rides are provided within the town of Princeton and to the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro. $3 per ride.
Call 609-924-7108 to register; after registration, call RideProvide 609-452-5144 to schedule a ride. Rides provided are from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
RideProvide is a community based non-profit transportation service for seniors 65 and over and visually impaired adults residing in Mercer County, Plainsboro and the southern portion of Montgomery New Jersey. Service is provided Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm To learn more about RideProvide go to the RideProvide website or call 609-452-5140.
Mercer County's TRADE bus service provides non-emergency transportation to residents of Mercer County who are 60 and older and to people with disabilities. Rides are free with a suggested donation of $1. To register and make a reservation call 609-530-1971.
Access Link is a service for individuals with disabilities who are unable to use the local fixed bus route service. All pick-up and drop-off points must be within a 3/4 mile from the fixed route. To use Access Link, you must first apply for eligibility through New Jersey Transit.
Mercer County Mobility Guide
View Greater Mercer TMA's "how to" guide for traveling around Mercer County (PDF).