Division of Transportation Services
The Division of Transportation Services (DTS), under the Department of Health & Human Services, provides non-emergency curb-to-curb transportation services to: senior citizens (60 years and older), people with disabilities, Veterans, and low-income residents of Gloucester County. Advance reservations are required and ongoing subscription service is also available.
Service is provided to all areas of Gloucester County, with limited service to Camden County, Cumberland County, Salem County and portions of Philadelphia.
NJ Transit SCDRTAP 2017 Section 5311 Application
NJ Transit SCDRTAP 5311 Attachment I
NJ Transit SCDRTAP 5311 Attachment II
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Gloucester County Division of Transportation Services (DTS) has been in existence since 1985. Since its inception, DTS has been committed to improving accessibility for senior citizens, people with disabilities and other residents with mobility challenges. From 1985 to 2010, DTS has provided over 2.5 million rides to eligible residents.
DTS budget and operational activities are based upon various federal and state funding sources as well as county funds made available to DTS. Advisory responsibility is provided by the Gloucester County Local Citizen’s Transportation Advisory Committee (LCTAC). The LCTAC meets on the second Thursday of the month (except May to August) at 6:00pm at the County’s Budd Blvd. Complex, 115 Budd Blvd., West Deptford, NJ. The LCTAC consists of at least 51% consumers (people with disabilities and/or senior citizens) who are appointed annually by the Board of Chosen Freeholders.
General Policies & Procedures:
For general information and eligibility please review: Gloucester County Policies & Procedures Revised 2017