New Brunswick has a well-developed transit system, offering local shuttles, buses and train service. Take advantage of these services to get around without a car
Dial-A-Ride is a free curb-to-curb transportation service provided for elderly (60+), disabled and low income residents of the City of New Brunswick. We provide transportation to non-emergency medical, mental health, physical therapy appointments and social service agencies. Anyone interested in using Dial-A-Ride must qualify for our service and call a minimum of 2 business days in advance for transportation. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Please contact our office for more information.
Telephone – (732) 745-5161
Fax – (732) 296-9757
5th/6th Ward Shuttle (operated by Rutgers)
MCAT shuttles (operated by Middlesex County)
Rutgers operates the 2nd largest bus system in NJ and the largest campus bus system in the country. The buses are free and connect all the campuses plus downtown New Brunswick.
Additionally, NextBus can be used on your computer or mobile device to find the up-to-date arrival information about the bus you want.
NJ Transit Bus
NT Transit operates 5 bus routes through New Brunswick: 810, 811, 814, 815, 818
Find route and fare information here.
NJ Transit Train
Over 90 NJ Transit trains per day stop in New Brunswick. The city is served by two stations: New Brunswick Station in the heart of downtown New Brunswick and Jersey Avenue in the southern portion of the city.
Find schedule and fare information here
CoachUSA/Suburban Transit operates 3 commuter bus routes in New Brunswick with service into NYC and points in between
New Brunswick Parking Authority
The NBPA operates parking decks in the downtown area and metered parking on-street. Find out more about parking locations, parking permits and other services here