For full details on the Move Sullivan service, please click on the logo below...
The Sullivan County Transportation Department provides Open Public Transportation. Move Sullivan is our newest service, provided by Rolling V five days a week. Click the logo above or HERE to find out more.
There are two (2) other round-trip routes, one of which runs on Thursdays and covers the Highland Township Area with transportation to Monticello. The second route runs on Fridays and covers the Delaware Township area to Monticello.
The below information relates ONLY to the Highland and Delaware runs (for MOVE SULLIVAN info, click on the icon above):
- General public passengers: $1.50 boarding fee, exact fare required
- To schedule a pickup all passengers MUST CALL 807-0180, between 8:00am -3:00pm at least 24 hours BEFORE YOUR TRIP.
- Please arrive five minutes before schedule time.
- All times are approximate.
Highland Township Area Route SCHEDULE (NOT A MOVE SULLIVAN ROUTE)
Delaware Township Area Route SCHEDULE (NOT A MOVE SULLIVAN ROUTE)
Find the route closest to you through our online assistant!
Shortline/CoachUSA also offers public transportation in the region. More info on their services is available at www.coachusa.com or by calling 845-794-5500.
FTA Formula Grants for Rural Area Program (Section 5311) Public Notice
Public notice is hereby made that the County of Sullivan – Department of Transportation is applying for federal financial assistance to provide public transportation service as follows:
Fixed Route Deviation, the project duration will be 2019 -2020, and 2020 – 2021, and the general service area covered will continue with Town of Callicoon, Town of Lumberland, Town of Bethel and Town of Thompson, with anticipated expansion being considered for Town of Liberty and Town of Mamakating.
Fixed Routes with complementary Para-Transit, the project duration will be 2019 – 2020, and 2020 – 2021, and the general service areas covered in the Town of Liberty, Town of Fallsburg and the Town of Thompson, with anticipated expansion area to be determined.
The transportation services will be available to the general public during all hours of operation. The project is expected to be financed by FTA Section 5311 Rural Program public transportation funds, with additional funds to be provided from State Transportation Operating Assistance (STOA) NYS public transportation funds, with additional funds to be provided from local funds of the County of Sullivan.
The total federal share for operating projects is expected to be $ 52,145.
Comments on the proposed project are invited from the general public, private bus and taxi companies, other public transportation providers and human service agencies. Interested parties may comment on the project or obtain more details about the project by writing to:
Ruthann Hayden, Director of Transportation
100 North Street Monticello, NY 12701
(845) 807-0182 or Email: Ruthann.firstname.lastname@example.org
Human service agencies that receive assistance from other Federal agencies for nonemergency transportation services are encouraged to participate and coordinate with the provider in the planning, design and delivery of transportation services. Agencies may obtain copies of the service description and submit proposals for service coordination. Private bus and taxi operators may request copies of the project service description from the above named person and may submit comments on the service as described.
If you wish to comment on any aspect of the proposed project, submit a proposal or a request for service coordination or request a public hearing on this project, you must make your interest known in writing within fifteen calendar days of the date of this publication and provide your comments within fifteen calendar days of your receipt of the project service description. Your requests and/or comments must be forwarded to the above person.