NJ Transit Reduced Fare Program
If you're a senior citizen or a person with a disability, you can enjoy greater traveling freedom and lower fares. When you ride with NJ TRANSIT, you can save one-half or more of the regular one-way fare.
Where is Reduced Fare in Effect?
You can ride on NJ TRANSIT buses, trains, and light rail vehicles at the reduced rate. Many private bus companies operating in the state also participate in the program.
When is Reduced Fare in Effect?
Senior citizens 62 and older and people with disabilities may take advantage of the reduced fare at any time on trains, buses, and light rail vehicles.
How To Ride For Less
Passengers with disabilities simply show your valid NJ TRANSIT Reduced Fare ID or Medicare Card to the bus operator, light rail vehicle operator, or train conductor and present the appropriate fare. Senior citizens may be asked to present a valid ID to get the reduced fare.
REMEMBER DISABLED RIDERS MAY NOT USE A MEDICAID CARD as proof foe reduced fare.
ALSO if you are DISABLED and have a MEDICARE CARD you may start using that card now and you will NOT need to fill out the application below.
Below you will find links to the application for reduced fare. The first for the disabled and the second for Seniors. After filling out the correct form send it to the following address:
Reduced Fare Program
180 Boyden Avenue
Maplewood, NJ 07040
For more information please click on the link below: