Parsippany Transportation Guide


Lakeland Bus

Lakeland Bus connects Parsippany to NYC. Tickets can be purchased at: Baldwin Pharmacy, Convenience Liquors (Pathmark Shopping Center), Quick Shop on New Road, and Card & Gift Box in Green Hills Shopping Center, and at Port Authority Bus Terminal windows 1-10.

Operates the Route 46 Bus eastbound to NYC and westbound from NYC, Monday through Friday, from early morning through very late evening (midnight or later). Service runs from Dover, to Port Authority Bus Terminal in NYC. Stops in Parsippany include Waterview Park and Ride, Route 202 and 46, Route 46 at Beverwyck Road, and Arlington Plaza Park and Ride.

The Route 46/80 Local Bus operates between Sparta and the Willowbrook Mall in Wayne, Monday through Friday. It makes two stops in Parsippany, at Route 202 and Route 46 and at Beverwyck Road and Route 46. Service available weekdays, also from early morning until late evening.

The Route 80 Bus links Parsippany with NYC with direct service in one hour. Service is available Monday through Friday. The stop in Parsippany is at the intersection of Route 46 and Route 202. The Route 80 bus service communities further west, including Denville, Rockaway, and Sparta.

Morris County Metro

Provides two routes that serve Parsippany: the MCM 1 and MCM 2. Service is provided by Pabco Transit, Inc. All buses are lift-equipped.

MCM 1 route operates between Morristown and Willowbrook Mall and serves Parsippany, Lake Hiawatha along Knolls Road, North Beverwyck, Vail, Littleton, Parsippany, and North Jefferson Roads. Service operates Monday through Saturday.

MCM 2 route operates between Morristown and Morris County College in Randolph. In Parsippany, the route serves the 1719 Route 10 Office Complex, the Mack-Cali Campus at Dryden Way, and Route 10 at Powder Mill Road. Service is available on weekdays only.

New Jersey Transit

Operates Routes: 29 and 79 in Parsippany. All buses are lift equipped.

Route 29 “Bloomfield Avenue” terminates in Newark at Penn Station and travels through Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Montclair, Verona, Caldwell, West Caldwell, Fairfield, Montville, and Parsippany-Troy Hills. In Parsippany, it travels along Route 46 through Lake Hiawatha and up to Knoll Road. It operates local service weekdays in Parsippany.

Route 79 “Newark-Parsippany Express” serves Newark, East Orange, Orange, West Orange, and Parsippany. It operates express service on weekdays, Sundays, and Holidays.

New Jersey Transit provides paratransit service for people with disabilities who meet eligibility requirements. Contact NJ Transit Access Link for application and requirements. Contact Access Link at 1-800-955-2321.

Parsippany Transit Schedule

Branch Locations
Main Library 449 Halsey Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054
(973) 887-5150
Lake Hiawatha 68 Nokomis Avenue
Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034
(973) 335-0952
Mount Tabor 31 Trinity Park
Mount Tabor, NJ 07878
(973) 627-9508
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