RANDOLPH, NJ- As part of Community Wellness Day, Randolph Township unveiled its’ brand new Community Services bus. Mayor Joanne Veech cut the ribbon to introduce the bus into service. Members of the town council joined in the ribbon cutting as well with Russ Newman and Jeanne Montemarano from Parks and Recreation.

The Randolph Township Community Service Department provides transportation for senior citizens and disabled individuals to and from doctor’s appointments four days a week and shopping two days a week.  

This program is offered to permanent residents ages 60 and above (a permanent resident must reside in Randolph at least 60% of the year). It is also for disabled adults 18 and above who receive Social Security disability benefits (you must show proof you are receiving Social Security benefits if you are under 60 years of age).

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Medical Bus: Curb to Curb transportation to and from doctor’s offices and physical therapy sessions.  The bus runs Monday thru Thursday.  

Appointments are available 9:00 a.m. –3:00 p.m.  

Morristown and Parsippany appointments are from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  It is best to call and schedule a ride as soon as you have made a medical appointment.

Suggested donation $1.00.

Shopping Bus: Curb to Curb transportation is provided two days a week.  Shopping days are Monday and Wednesday.  

Arrangements for transportation must be made by phone at least 24 hours in advance. 

Suggested donation $0.50.

The town only provides transportation for Medical and Shopping.  The seniors have a wide variety of special events that they are transported to and from.

This includes lunch at area restaurants, mall shopping trips, Springfest Garden Show, Delaware Trolley Ride, movies at the community Center, special holiday themed events, and various musical concerts and productions at Randolph Middle and High School.  We also provide transportation to selective Township special events.  Call 973-989-7084 for any questions or additional information.