Go Green with TOR!

Rockland County government is working every day to practice green living. Click the links below to learn about using TOR buses and other "green" methods of transportation such as carpooling and biking.

  • Go GREEN on our green & white TOR buses whenever the kids are heading out to the mall or if you are going to work or play. Produce fewer carbon emissions and spend less money while enjoying a comfortable ride that costs less than half a gallon of gas.
  • Ride the bus to parks and farmers markets. Our brochure has information on Rockland County parks and farmers markets accessible by bus; bus routes served; hours; locations; healthy tips, and more.
  • Learn about carpools and vanpools, ride-sharing programs where two or more people in a car, or 7-15 people in a van, travel to and from work together..
  • Go to www.rocklandbike.org and get into biking. Use natural energy instead of carbon.

bike_on_board.jpgBike-on-Bus Program

The Rockland County Department of Public Transportation is proud to join the growing number of transit systems across the country that have implemented bike-on-bus programs to help increase regional mobility while reducing air pollution.

Transport of Rockland (TOR) local service within Rockland County:

Rockland County Bike-on-Bus Rules for TOR:

  • No special permit or extra charge is required for this service.
  • The program operates on a "first-come, first served" basis.
  • Be ready to load your bike by removing all detachable accessories from your bike before the bus arrives.
  • Not all buses are equipped with bike racks.
  • Bikes are not allowed to be brought onboard into the passenger compartment (except for folding bicycles).
  • Bicycles are transported at the owner's risk. Neither Rockland County nor its bus operator are responsible for damage, theft, or loss of bicycles.
  • Remember to take your bicycle with you when you get off the bus!
  • View schedules, routes and fares or call the Rockland Transit Center at (845) 364-3333 for more information.

Other bike-on-board services in Rockland

  • Bicycles can be brought on most off-peak NJ Transit trains serving Nanuet, Pearl River, Sloatsburg, Spring Valley and Suffern train stations.
  • The Hudson Link bus service between Rockland and Westchester Counties provides bike racks on the front of each of its buses.
  • Bicycles can also be brought on the NY Waterway Haverstraw-Ossining ferry.

Regional bike-on-board transit services

Information on using bicycles and transit together. Search their database of places where you can take a bicycle on a bus, train or airplane.
Express bus service from White Plains to Stamford.
Bikes are allowed on most off peak trains. Note that an MTA bike permit is required.
For east of Hudson rail service, including Ossining, Tarrytown and White Plains. Bikes are allowed on most off peak trains. Note that an MTA bike permit is required.
Bicycle safety in the subway, including safety tips and rules.
Rapid Transit between New Jersey and Manhattan. Bikes are allowed on most off-peak trains.
Transit in Suffolk County, Long Island.
Has "Bikes Aboard" information for local and regional transit (bus/train/ferry) companies.

Local Bicycle Clubs

Unites cyclists and pedestrians to work together to make walking and cycling safer and easier in Westchester and Putnam Counties.

Regional Bicycling Links

From the NYSDOT, search their database for bicycle maps, trails, and information in New York.
Local advocate for bicycling, walking, and public transit.
green bus icon   green globe icon   green bicycle icon