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Earlier this month, state, county, local officials and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Warwick Transit Center, which Sweeton explained will anchor not only the Warwick system but also provide the building blocks for the future of transportation in Orange County:
This building will allow us to continue to provide a means for the hundreds of riders that depend on us to reach essential services like medical providers, food stores and other shopping needs. I thank the county and the Town Board for their support, but most of all I thank the staff, drivers and dispatchers of the Warwick Transit System.”
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus said,
This facility was designed and constructed by Orange County firms using Orange County trades labor under a project labor agreement which saved over $250,000 on construction while ensuring that money spent was returned to our county. This is the way projects should be done, and I congratulate the Town of Warwick.”
The $2.7 million dollar project to house a growing fleet of 12 buses was 90 percent funded by federal transportation capital funds. The Town of Warwick has one of the most robust Dial A Bus programs in Orange County, and the new Transit Center is expected to provide more capabilities to improve and expand its transit service as well as assist neighboring communities. Storing buses inside will also improve their lifespan.
The current system operates seven days a week and offers local service throughout the entire Town of Warwick, including all its villages, along with a fixed run service in the Village of Warwick. There is also Dial A Bus service to Goshen, Middletown and Monroe/Harriman, as well as connecting to the Wallkill service to go to other areas in Middletown. The service fare is $2. Seniors over 60 and the disabled pay $1. For schedules and additional information, call (845) 986-2877.
From the Town of Warwick Website:
Town of Warwick including Villages of Warwick, Florida, Greenwood Lake, Pine Island
- Dial-A-Bus Service available. Monday– Friday 8:00am– 5:30pm. Call for reservations. 24 hours up to one week notice is required.
- Local Shuttle Bus Route runs Tuesday through Sunday. Call for details.
Monday through Friday Schedule
- Service to Wallkill available Tuesday through Saturday. Reservations required.
- Service to Monroe available every Friday. Reservations required.
- Goshen/ Hatfield Lane available Monday through Saturday. Call for information and times.
- See our brochure for more information.
Warwick Transit Brochure
Fares (for all Bus Services)
Regular Fare $2.00 Seniors/Disable Riders $1.00 Children 4 and Under Free
Each time you get on the bus, you are required to pay your fare. Exact change required. Pay as you board bus.
Dial-A-Bus is a “Curb To Curb” Service. Drivers cannot assist once you are off of the bus.
Calling Hours for Reservations: 9:00am– 1:00pm Monday– Friday
All Services require reservations. You can make reservations 24 hours ahead up to one week prior to the day of ride. We recommend 3-5 days notice, whenever possible.
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. “
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