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Our bus provides door-to-door, demand response transportation to anyone age 60 and over, and the suggested fare donation is $2 per roundtrip. We give rides to grocery stores, shopping malls and discount shops.

The following is a sample of our Senior Transportation routes  (Notice: routes are subject to change):

  • Tuesday morning: Dover and Somersworth to Dover stores
  • Tuesday afternoon: Dover to Dover stores
  • Wednesday morning: Gonic/Rochester/East Rochester to Rochester store
  • Wednesday afternoon: Dover to Dover store
  • Thursday morning: Barrington/Durham to Lee Plaza.
  • Thursday: Rochester/East Rochester to Rochester stores.
  • Friday morning: Farmington to Rochester stores.
  • Friday afternoon: Dover and Rochester alternate bi-weekly. Rochester to Dover or Newington area stores, and Dover to Newington area stores.

Qualification Guidelines:

All riders must be at least 60 years old to ride the bus. Call 603-817-8207 for information and learn how to schedule a ride.


Emergency Contact Form

Web Links:

New Hampshire 211: The state’s information and referral information line.

COAST: The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County is a member of the Alliance for Community Transportation

Contatct Senior Transportation

To schedule a ride, call our driver at 603-817-8207. Each rider is asked to fill out an emergency contact form, which the agency keeps on file and is not shared with anyone.

Senior Transportation Testimonial

CAP has been operating transportation services for seniors for more than 30 years. It's a vital service that helps empowers people age 60 and over to stay in their homes and remain self-sufficient. We provide regular routes to various town with a door-to-door, demand response service, which means our driver picks riders up at their door and helps them on and off the bus. We take them to grocery stores, pharmacies and other stores.

One of our regular riders, Cecelia, is 90 years old and the bus provides her with safe, accesssible transportation every week from her residence in Dover. 

"Now I am 90 years old, use a walker and cane, and it's back to the bus for me," she wrote to CAP. "Some (of us) are totally dependent upon the bus for their weekly groceries, but all are grateful for this transportation provided by CAP. It is necessary and a great convenience."