Ride Programs for Seniors, Disabled Individuals, and Other Limiting Services
Several programs are available across New Hampshire. Eligibility requirements apply and vary by program.
- Belknap & Merrimack Counties Volunteer Driver Program
- Tri-County Transit Long Distance Medical
- Community Volunteer Transportation Company
- Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services
- Grafton-Coos Regional Volunteer Driver Program
- Carroll County Regional Volunteer Driver Program
- American Cancer Society Road to Recovery
- Veterans Administration
Park and Ride Locations
Park and ride lots make it easy to park your car and take the bus or share a ride by carpooling. Find a park and ride lot near you:
Park and Ride Lot FAQs!
What are Park and Ride lots?
NH Park & Ride lots are intended for use by commuters, persons engaged in intermodal (including bus) transportation, and persons sharing a motor vehicle by carpooling and vanpooling.
How long can I park in a Park and Ride lot?
The limit for parking in a NH Park & Ride lot is 21 consecutive days, unless signage indicates otherwise. The 21-day limit for parking in a NH Park & Ride lot is established by NH state law, specifically RSA 262:32. That is no provision in the law that enables the limit to be extended beyond 21 days.
There are commuters who use the lots daily so those parking for an extended period should utilize the lot’s long term parking area, if so indicated.
What is the cost to park in a Park and Ride lot?
Parking in a Park and Ride lot is free!
Camping overnight in a NH Park and Ride lot is prohibited by state law, specifically NH RSA 236:58.
The sales of any good, wares, or merchandise within a NH Park and Ride lot is prohibited by NH RSA 320:2.