Welcome to the web home of the Division of
Transportation of Morris County, New Jersey!
Morris County is located in the center of northern New Jersey, approximately 30 miles outside of New York City. We are home to numerous businesses and about 490,000 people.
Whether you live in Morris County or come to the county to work or shop, our site is here to provide you with pertinent transportation information and to help you with your transportation needs. Various transportation alternatives are available within the county, including rail, bus, paratransit, park-and-rides, bicycle and pedestrian travel, and ridesharing. Numerous links to other valuable transportation resources are available on this site.
The county is served by bus and rail public transportation. Three NJ Transit commuter rails lines run through the county making stops at the county's 19 train stations. NJ Transit and private carrier bus lines provide service between municipalities in the county and to major destinations such as Newark and New York City. The NJ Transit / Morris County Local Bus routes, subsidized in part by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholder, serve communities within the county and provide connections with other NJ Transit buses and NJ Transit rail lines.
MCDOT is responsible for transportation planning, implementation, and coordination of various modes of transportation throughout the county. MCDOT monitors traffic and development and directs efforts toward the best use of transportation resources to benefit the region. We secure federal and state funds for road, bridge, railroad, and other transportation projects.