Bergen County, New Jersey, is a great place to explore public transportation options. NJ Transit provides elevator buses on both local and suburban routes, although not all local trips are accessible. To find out which trips are available for those who need elevators, check the NJ Transit schedule for bus trips marked with a “W”. Additionally, the Bergen County Department of Human Services offers a free service in case of emergency only to anyone traveling through or within Bergen County in a modified wheelchair vehicle, although transportation is limited to within the county limits.
Bergen Community College has three locations in Paramus (main campus), Hackensack (Ciarco Learning Center) and Lyndhurst (Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands). The college serves more than 32,000 students in undergraduate, continuing education and adult education programs. The Division of Community Transportation is available to provide a scheduled, safe and seamless transportation system for disabled, elderly and frail residents of Bergen County. The Bergen County line extends outside the main line between Meadowlands and Glen Rock and rejoins it in Ridgewood.
This shuttle service operates from the Bergen Community College campus in Paramus to the Bergen Community College campus in Lyndhurst. For those looking to travel to New York City during rush hour, these Bergen County cities top the list of the shortest NJ Transit trips to Penn Station. The Pascack Valley Line runs from the Hoboken terminal to Spring Valley, New York, and includes cities in northern Bergen County such as River Edge and Montvale. The Community Transportation Division is here to provide a seamless, shared transportation system for people with disabilities, seniors, veterans, and social assistance to residents who work in Bergen County. In case of an accident or breakdown on the road, county police will call Community Transportation to send a driver to transport the driver of the damaged vehicle to its intended destination or home.