Mercer County Bus Service
NJ TransitNJ TRANSIT operates an extensive bus network of intra and interstate routes throughout New Jersey and into New York and Philadelphia. There are 12 local routes within Mercer County. Find the route that’s right for you and get on board.
To view NJ TRANSIT’s Mercer County Bus Routes on our interactive map, click here.
To plan your bus trip on NJ TRANSIT, click here.
Access LinkNJ TRANSIT’s Access Link service is available for persons whose disability does not allow them to use the regular bus service. For information, click here.
County and Community Bus Service
East Windsor ShuttleService between East Windsor/Hightstown and Princeton Junction Rail Station.
For schedule, click here. Then click “Transportation” on the side menu.
Mercer TRADETRADE provides non-emergency transportation to residents of Mercer County who are 60 years of age and older and to people with disabilities. For information, click here.
Middlesex County Transportation (MCAT)Middlesex County operates two fixed bus routes (M1 & M6) that provide service in the Greater Mercer TMA area. For schedule information, click here.
Princeton's freeB bus service (managed by GMTMA)freeB is Princeton's free bus service that travels to the Temporary Rail Station during the AM & PM rush hours and then throughout the Neighborhoods in Princeton during the mid-day.
Click here for the freeB commuter bus schedule and map.
Click here for the freeB bus schedule and map for the Neighborhood service.
Rt. 130 Connection(administered by GMTMA)Service between the Trenton Rail Station and South Brunswick Warehouse Area, with stops in Hamilton and along the Route 130 Corridor. Major stops along the route include Hamilton Rail Station, Hamilton Marketplace, downtown Hightstown and East Windsor Town Center Plaza. Fare is $1 each way and free for WFNJ clients. For schedule and map:
NEW schedule and routing, click here for the schedule.
NEW, Rt. 130 Connection bus service to MCCC – West Windsor Campus to and from East Windsor/Hightstown, click here.
Tiger TransitPrinceton University’s TigerTransit transportation system operates on a fixed route schedule throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community. The service is open to the community. To view the TigerTransit routes and schedules, click here.
ZLine (managed by GMTMA)Free bus service between Hamilton Marketplace and Matrix Business Park at 7A, including Amazon. For schedule information, click here.
Employer Sponsored Transportation Service
(managed by GMTMA)
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch & Co. – Hamilton Rail station to the Hopewell campusTo learn about it, click here.
For current schedule and map, click here.
Route 127Operates between the Neshaminy Mall in Bucks County, PA and the Trenton Transit Center. For information, click here.
Surburban TransitSuburban Transit provides service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City from Mercer County.
Line 100Daily express and local bus service operating throughout the day between Princeton, Kendall Park, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, East Brunswick and the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Line 300Daily express and local bus service operating throughout the day between Princeton, Twin Rivers, Monroe, So Brunswick (8-A), Hightstown, the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central - 59th St and Madison Ave.
Line 600Weekday express and local rush hour bus service operating between Princeton, Kingston, Kendall Park, Franklin Park, North Brunswick, New Brunswick, Old Bridge, East Brunswick and Downtown Manhattan (Wall Street).
To download schedules, click here.