Senior Citizen Transportation Schedule


Reservations are Required. To Reserve please call Lauren Battaglino at 908-879-3660 ext 2128 or email 48 Business Hours prior to need.

Requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis

  • Service to Chester, Mendham, and the surrounding area: Pick Up 10:00 am and Return by 2:00 pm
  • Shop Rite and Local Destinations Scheduled every Wednesday unless otherwise indicated
  • Transportation to the Midday Friendship Nutrition Site at the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday and Thursday, Pick Up 10:30 am and Return 12:30 pm
  • Service to Lunch’n Learn at the Chester Library the 1st Monday of each month
  • Medical Appointments may be set on the 3rd Monday of the month within our service area, other than Morristown
  • Schedule is Subject to Change

Limited to Chester Borough and Chester Township residents, 60 years of age and older. Driving time is always approximated. No van transport on school holidays or when the public schools are closed due to inclement weather. Special events may alter the schedule. Transportation is NOT handicapped accessible.

You must remain at the scheduled location for pick-up. If you do not need a ride home, please let the driver know. If the bus driver is sick or having van problems, the trips will be canceled and you will be notified. If you must miss the final trip, you are responsible for your own transportation.

Please have the following information available when calling for a ride: Name, Address, Telephone Number, Date and Time for Pick Up, and Destination. If you are going to a Doctor’s appointment, please supply the Doctor’s name & Telephone Number.


New Jersey Register Ready

This registration web site allows residents with special needs and their families, friends and associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies, so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency. The information collected here is confidential and will not be available to the public.

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Project Lifesaver offered by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office

The Chester Police Department would like to make residents aware of a program offered by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office called Project Lifesaver. The Project Lifesaver program is a free service offered by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office and is aimed at providing enhanced support and assistance to Morris County residents who are primary caregivers for an individual suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia disorder as well as families of children afflicted with Down syndrome, autism, traumatic brain injuries or cognitive impairments. These individuals might be prone to wander away from home and become confused or lost. Project Lifesaver allows for a proactive response by law enforcement if this happens. This not only saves time and manpower but also, gives caregivers and families peace of mind and reassurance that all possible resources will be utilized in the effort to locate and return their loved one home safely.

Questions? For more information, contact Operational Services at 973-285-6681.

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Senior Resource Center (SRC)

Serving Chester, Mendham, Long Valley and surrounding communities. The SRC provides assistance to people who are overwhelmed by the complexity of the issues and challenges of aging. Help is available in the following areas – information & referral, advocacy, support services, education & training and healthy senior programs. Our services are open to all people regardless of economic, social or religious backgrounds. We are a clearing house for support and services available to seniors and caregivers in western Morris County. We provide compassionate listening and enable a supportive environment for seniors and caregivers. We advocate for seniors and their caregivers who are experiencing difficulty obtaining services and support. Please visit or email us at or call us 908-879-2202.

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