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- What is the Morris Area Paratransit System (MAPS)?
- Who is eligible to use MAPS?
- Get a Ride
- Non-Discrimination Policy
- MAPS Funding Applications
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What is the Morris Area Paratransit System (MAPS)?
The Morris Area Paratransit System (MAPS) is a curb-to-curb shared ride transportation service available to Morris County residents. The MAPS curb-to-curb shared ride service is limited to senior citizens (60 years of age or older), people with disabilities, veterans, and the general public who reside in rural areas of the county.
MAPS also provides a shuttle service between various county offices. This is available to all Morris County residents.
MAPS provides feeder service to NJ TRANSIT Bus and Rail. MAPS may also provide travel five miles into contiguous counties.
Who is eligible to use MAPS?
You are eligible for MAPS curb-to-curb shared ride service if you are:
- A senior citizen (age 60 or over)
- A veteran
- Live in a rural area and need access to transportation
The MAPS shuttle service is available to all Morris County residents (see schedule below).
Get a Ride
MAPS Curb-to-Curb Shared Ride Service
The MAPS curb-to curb service is a shared ride service with one or more passengers dropped off or picked up during each trip.
To sign up for a MAPS curb-to-curb shared ride, call (973) 829-8103 or (888) 282 6277, or email [email protected].
You must be a registered rider before riding a MAPS vehicle. You will need to fill out a registration form and verify eligibility to use the service.
New: There will be a 20-minute pickup window when a MAPS ride is scheduled.
New: A four-minute wait time for residents who are not ready for pick up at their appointment time. A MAPS staff person will attempt a call the resident prior to departure if the resident is not ready at the scheduled pick up window.
Morris County Shuttle Service
Morris County offers free shuttle service to Morris County residents to our offices Monday-Friday (excluding holidays) between 30 Schuyler Place, Office of Temporary Assistance (OTA), and Employment & Training Services (ETS) offices. Arrive at the below locations on schedule to pick up the shuttle. No pre-registration is necessary.
|Time||Pick-Up||Stop #1||Stop #2|
|10:30am||30 Schuyler Place, Morristown||340 W. Hanover Ave (OTA)||1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains|
|1:15pm||340 W. Hanover Ave (OTA)||1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains||30 Schuyler Place, Morristown|
|1:35pm||30 Schuyler Place, Morristown||340 W. Hanover Ave (OTA)||1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains|
|4:30pm||340 W. Hanover Ave (OTA)||1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains||30 Schuyler Place, Morristown|
- General Ridership
- $1.00 per round trip
- For transportation to employment:
- $1.00 per round trip or $20.00 per month (for community employment)
- $0.50 per round trip or $10.00 per month (Employment Horizons or other shelter workshops)
The County of Morris is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from, or denied, the benefits of our services on the basis of race, color, or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
Any person who believes that they have, individually, or as a member of any specific class of persons, been subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin, may file a complaint in writing to the County of Morris, Personnel Office PO Box 900, Morristown NJ 07963.
Complaints may also be filed with the Federal Transit Administration in writing and may be addressed to: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor – TCR, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Office of Civil Rights, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20590
The County of Morris is ADA compliant. To make an ADA complaint or reasonable modification request, please call 973-829-8103. A complaint may also be filed in writing to the County of Morris, ADA Compliance Officer, Allison Stapleton, PO Box 900, Morristown NJ 07963.
- ADA Policy
- ADA Complaint Form
- Reasonable Modification Policy
- Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy
MAPS Funding Applications
The Morris Area Paratransit System (MAPS) is funded primarily through grants administered by New Jersey Transit. The Senior Citizens and Disabled Resident Transportation Assistance Program (SCDRTAP), New Jersey’s Casino Revenue fund is the largest funding source for MAPS. The MAPS program also receives “5311” funding. 5311 is a program that provides funding to states for the purpose of supporting public transportation in rural areas.
If you have a question regarding MAPS, call (973) 829-8103 or (888) 282 6277. You can also email us at [email protected].