FRANKLIN Suburban 100 Bus GENERAL INFORMATION Open to the public
This bus provides service to the NYC Port Authority and local service between Princeton, Kendall Park, Franklin Park, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, and East Brunswick. Individuals with mobility devices should call ahead 72 hours in advance to ensure the vehicle has a lift.
7 days per week
Must call ahead.
A valid ID (Medicaid/Medicare/Drivers License) is required to purchase half fare tickets. Individuals with disabilities must complete a NJ TRANSIT reduced fare application, which needs to be certified by a physician, and then show the card when needed.
CO NTAC T Suburban Transit (732) 213-8666 ext. 272 web.coachusa.com/ suburban/
The fare is based on the distanced traveled. This is a full service line. The driver will make change. Exact change is appreciated. Customers departing from the Port Authority Bus Terminal must have a ticket or pass to board the bus. Drivers will not accept cash for these trips.
Age 62 and older
WHERE TO BOARD The Suburban 100 bus mainly travels along Route 27 from Princeton through Franklin Park, Somerset and on to New Brunswick. Riders should board at an official bus stop sign. Riders can also park for free at two park and ride lots located along Route 27 between Franklin Park and New Brunswick. The park and ride lot in Kendall Park is located on the eastbound side of Route 27 in South Brunswick Township between Allston Road and New Road. The park and ride lot in New Brunswick is also located on the eastbound side of Route 27, just past VanDyke Road at 750 Somerset Street.
A guide to public transportation options in Somerset County, NJ compiled by RideWise.