- Village of Warwick
- Village of Florida
- Village of Greenwood Lake
- Hamlet of Pine Island
- Town of Wallkill (Middletown)
- Town of Goshen
- Town of Monroe
- Local Dial-A-Bus Service
- Local Shuttle Bus
- Service to Wallkill
- Service to Monroe
- Service to Goshen– Hatfield Lane
Calling Hours for Reservations: 8:00am–2:00pm Monday– Friday
Mailing Address: 132 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY 10990
Office Location: 63 Public Works Drive, Warwick, NY 10990
Hours of Operation
Dial-A-Bus Service available Monday- Friday 8:30am- 5:30pm (Mon/ Fri 4:00pm) and Saturday’s 8:30a- 2:00p Call for reservations. 24 hours up to one week notice is required. The Dial-A-Bus is a reservation service (see below for reservation information) that will pick you up at your curb at a desired time you set up, when you call.
Local Village Service buses run 7 days a week. Saturday/ Sunday schedules are different than weekday schedules. The Local Village Bus is a shuttle route bus that runs on a set schedule in the Village of Warwick and Shoprite. Reservations are NOT required. Just be in a safe place along the route and flag down the driver. For a copy of the schedules, please see below, ask a driver, or call the office.
Monroe/ Harriman Service: Warwick Transit provides transportation to Monroe/ Harriman every Friday. Please call for information. Bus stops at Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy/ Home Goods, Kohls/ Michael’s and the Woodbury Commons. Additionally, there are stops at Shoprite, Stop and Shop, 505 Rt. 208 Medical Complex, 745 Rt. 17M (M+T Bank building) and many other doctors and stores.
Goshen Service: The bus goes to Valley View, Hatfield Lane,Matthews St, and the Government Center in Goshen. Please see driver or call for details on specific schedules. Availability is Monday – Friday.
Wallkill (Middletown) Service: Available Tuesday – Saturday. The bus goes to Middletown in the morning, stays up in Middletown to move you around to the different shopping cen- ters, and then will leave Middletown around 2:00pm. The bus goes to the following: ORANGE PLAZA (Top and Bottom levels)connect to Mid-City Transit, DUNNING FARMS, GALLERIA (main entrance between Macy’s and JC Penney’s upper level), CRYSTAL RUN MEDICAL COMPLEX (#75, 95, 110 – #155 upon request), ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (Upon Request), WALLKILL PLAZA- Big Lot.
Calling Hours for Reservations: 8:00am to 2:00pm – Monday through Friday
Please make reservations a minimum of 24 hours in advance up to one week prior to the day of ride. We recommend 3-5 days notice, whenever possible. When making your reservation, keep in mind that we will pick up other people along the way and to leave yourself enough travel time for appointments. You must be ready at least 5 minutes prior to your scheduled pick up time
Please kindly give 24 hours notice for cancellations so we can help someone else if you will not need your ride. Do not “HOLD” rides.
Emergency cancels must be received in our office by 7:30 am. You may be charged the fare if less than 24 hours notice is given. Please ask about our policy on No-Shows and Late cancellations.
Ridership & Operating Rules
You must be 13 years or older to ride without a guardian but Transit Supervisor has discretion.
We are a “Curb to Curb” service. This means our buses are not permitted in driveways and we will pick up and drop off at the closest curb possible. We are not permitted on private roads or roads that are unsafe to travel. Drivers are NOT permitted to assist once off of the bus. The rider must be able to get to/ from the bus without assistance or you may have an assistant go with you.
Fares (for all Bus Services)
|Regular Fare (Ages 5 – 59)
|Seniors(Age 60 and over) & Disabled Riders
|Children 4 and Under||Free|
* half fare verification required
Each time you get on the bus, you are required to pay your fare. Exact change required. Pay as you board bus.
Other Transit Options
New Jersey Transit
New Jersey Transit Buses #196 and #197 provide service from Warwick to New York City and the surrounding areas.
Several bus stops are located in the Town, as well as the Villages of Warwick and Greenwood Lake. The Park and Ride on Route 17A has free parking.
You can find fares and schedules on the NJ Transit website.
Also, New Jersey Transit has special winter contingency schedules for inclimate weather. Visit the NJ Transit website for any travel alerts.
Orange County launches Transit Orange Trip Planner website
The Orange County Department of Planning has launched its pilot Transit Orange Trip Planner website: www.RideTransitOrange.com. This pilot program will help residents plan public transportation trips, including those using multiple service providers such as Newburgh Area Transit, Middletown Area Transit, Kiryas Joel Area Transit, municipal Dial-A-Bus services, County Paratransit, and bus and rail commuter services.
Users can select their origin and destination, including grocery stores, retail shops, and doctors’ offices, then select their date and desired time of day to travel. A list of available travel options will then be presented with step-by-step instructions. If reservations are required, contact information to make those arrangements will be provided. Users can simply follow the instructions for their desired travel options and get ready to ride.
“With this new trip planner, anyone traveling within or to Orange County can now make much better use of the wide variety of public transportation services available,” Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus said. “I encourage everyone to try this innovative online tool, and let us know what they think.”
Orange County’s pilot Transit Orange Trip Planner is an important step in realizing a fully connected countywide public transit system. Orange County offers several high-quality public transportation services throughout the County. The pilot Trip Planner provides easy step-by-step instructions to help streamline planning trips in Orange County. Try this pilot program today and send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 845-615-3850.