Riding the Bus

NJ Transit Bus 

Visit the NJ Transit Bus page NJ Transit operates a statewide bus system, that includes service from Morris County to New York City Port Authority, local service within Morris County, and local service between Morris, Essex, and Passaic Counties.

www.njtransit.com | 973-275-5555 | (TTY) 800-772-2287

Local Bus Service:

  • 871 – Boonton, Hanover, Lincoln Park, Montville, Morris Twp, Morristown, Parsippany, Wayne
  • 872 – Hanover, Morris Plains, Morris Twp, Morristown, Parsippany
  • 873 – Chatham Boro, Livingston, Madison, Milburn, Morris Twp, Morristown, Parsippany
  • 874 – Fairfield, Hanover, Morristown, Montville, Parsippany, Wayne
  • 875 – Denville, Dover, Morris Plains, Morris Twp, Morristown, Parsippany, Randolph, Roxbury, Victory Gardens
  • 878 – Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp
  • 880 – Denville, Dover, Morris Plains, Morris Twp, Morristown, Parsippany, Rockaway Boro, Rockaway Twp, Wharton

Regional Bus Service:

  • 29 – Bloomfield, Caldwell, Fairfield, Montclair, Montville, Newark, Parsippany, Verona, West Caldwell
  • 70 – Florham Park, Irvington, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Newark, Springfield, Summit
  • 73 – East Hanover, East Orange, Florham Park, Hanover, Livingston, Newark, Orange, West Orange
  • 79 – Parsippany, East Orange, Orange, West Orange, Newark
  • 194 – Bloomingdale, Bulter, Cedar Grove, Hardyston, Kinnelon, Little Falls, Manhattan, Pequannock, Pompton Lakes, Riverdale, Wayne, West Milford

Lakeland Bus Lines, Inc.

Visit the Lakeland Bus website Lakeland Bus Lines, Inc. provides service between Morris and Sussex Counties and New York City, including service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Midtown Manhattan, and Lower Manhattan (Financial District). Lakeland also provides local service within Morris County and between Morris and Sussex Counties. The 46, 78, and 80 buses connect Morris County to New York City.

www.lakelandbus.com | 973-366-0600

Parsippany Free Transit System

The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills operates two free bus routes within its borders, serving Parsippany-Troy Hills residents. Both routes begin at the Morris Hills Shopping Center.

www.parsippany.net | 973-263-7352

Colonial Coach

Visit the Colonial Coach page The Colonial Coach is provided by the Town of Morristown. The free service consists of one route operating in and around Morristown, serving Morristown residents, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

www.townofmorristown.org | 973-292-6670


Visit the MTA website The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) operates the network of New York City subway and bus lines. The system can be accessed by New Jersey passengers at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Penn Station-New York, and most Manhattan PATH stations.


NJ Transit Park & Ride Guide

Visit the NJ Transit Park and Ride guide Use NJ Transit’s Park & Ride Guide to find statewide information on parking at train stations, light rail stations, and bus stops.

Avenues in Motion Park & Ride Locator 

Avenues in Motion Park and Ride locator map Use Avenues in Motion’s Park & Ride Locator Map to find transit information in Morris, Essex,  Sussex, Union, Warren, and Passaic Counties.