Transportation

ACC - Jersey Assistance for Community Caregiving

Middlesex County Department on Aging
Middlesex County Administration Building

Address: 
John F. Kennedy Square - 5th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
United States

American Cancer Society

Provides free transportation for Middlesex county residents who are in need of a ride to their treatments. Drivers will only transport patients to facilities within Middlesex County. Call 5 days in advance for eligibility. All patients must have a cancer diagnosis and be able to get in and out of vehicle on own. Nursing home patients must use services provided by their nursing home unless unavailable, and Medicaid patients must use Medicaid-sponsored transportation by calling 1-800-356-1561.

Address: 
2600 U.S. Highway #1
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
United States

American Red Cross of Central New Jersey

Serves families through blood banks, disaster assistance, safety training, food vouchers, transportation, and counseling.

Address: 
707 Alexander Road
Princenton, NJ 08540
United States

Drivers with Disabilities in New Jersey

The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) issues parking permits to qualifying persons with disabilities.

If you have a permanent or temporary disability, you can apply for a permit that will allow you to park in accessible parking spaces.

Middlesex County Area Transit (MCAT)

MCAT provides essential transportation services to older adults (60+) and people with disabilities through a reservation-based service. MCAT also provides community-based transportation through fixed route shuttles.

Address: 
711 Jersey Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
United States

New Jersey Division of Aging Services

The Division of Aging Services administers federal and State-funded services and supports and makes it easier for seniors and caregivers to live in the community as long as possible with independence, dignity and choice. The agency receives federal funds under the Older Americans Act whereby it serves over 500,000 individuals and is the focal point for planning services for the aging, developing comprehensive information about New Jersey’s older adult population and its needs, and maintaining information about services available to older adults throughout the state.

Address: 
Division of Aging Services
P.O. Box 715
Trenton, NJ 08625
United States

New Jersey Transit Access Link

Offers people with disabilities transits service which is comparable to the local bus service. Mini-buses and wheelchair access vans are used.
Each person must be certified at one of the NJ Transit Access Link certifying agencies.
Call (800) 955-2321 for more information.

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