The following services are provided by the County of Rockland and outside agencies:

T.R.I.P.S. Bus  845-364-8747
Rockland County Dept. of Transportation.

T.R.I.P.S. is a curbside-to-curbside paratransit bus service for Rockland County residents who are physically or mentally disabled or senior citizens 60 and over who find it difficult or impossible to use fixed-route bus service.  T.R.I.P.S. is a shared-ride transportation system.

NJ Transit Reduced Fare Program 845-364-2110
Senior citizens 62 and older and people with disabilities may take advantage of the reduced fare at any time on trains, buses and light rail vehicles by showing a valid ID (any ID or document printed with your date of birth and issued by a government, social service, or mass transportation agency, including a NJ Transit Reduced Fare ID).  Reduced fare coupons may be obtained at the Office for the Aging or the Department of Public Transportation. Call for more information.

Senior Discount Fare - Transport of Rockland   845-364-3333
Available to riders at least 60 years of age with valid proof of residency and age.  Identification card can be obtained from the Rockland County Department of Public Transportation.

Transportation Program  845-364-2116
Expanded services for Rockland residents 60 and over who need transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, pharmacy (within Rockland County only). Call for more information.

Local Transportation  845-364-3333
For information on local transportation, call the Rockland County Department of Transportation or your Town Hall.

NOTICE:

Contributions are voluntary and confidential and are used to expand the services for which they are received. No one will be denied services because of an inability or unwillingness to contribute. 

Services are funded in part by the Administration on Community Living, New York State Office for the Aging and the Rockland County Office for the Aging.