Milford Township Transportation

Milford Township is a hub of activity due to its high accessibility to major roadways. With an exit at the PA Turnpike and a Park-and-Ride immediately nearby, getting to where you need to go, preferably by carpooling, has never been easier.

Whether you take Route 663 to Limerick / Pottstown to the Philadelphia Premium Outlets or to Doylestown many destinations are within reach of our well-connected community. Route 309 is also nearby connecting you to Allentown heading north and south into Montgomeryville and Philadelphia.


Bucks County Transport
Bucks County Transport, Inc. (BCT) is a private, non-profit corporation organized to provide shared ride transportation services to all Bucks County residents. Their services are provided either directly or through contract with private carriers on a pre-arranged basis.

Bucks County Transport also provides transportation for the Senior Citizen Shared Ride ProgramMedical Assistance Transportation ProgramPersons with Disabilities Program, Bucks County Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation, Welfare-to-Work Program, and various shuttle transportation services.

Bucks County Transport also operates the Doylestown Dart, a bus servicing the Doylestown area.

Trans-Bridge Lines
Trans-Bridge Lines is a daily commuter bus line with pickup/dropoff in Wescoesville, Hellertown to New York City.


Doylestown Airport
3879 Old Easton Road, Doylestown
Phone: 215-340-0707

Quakertown Airport
2425 Milford Square Pike, Quakertown 215-538-3055

Pennridge Airport
1100 N. Ridge Rd, Perkasie 215-257-0166

Park And Ride

Park and Ride lots are locations where people can leave their vehicles in order to use public transportation or participate in carpools or vanpools. The lots are typically located in convenient locations throughout most of the state. These lots help facilitate the reduction of parking and traffic congestion. Lot users make their own arrangements for transportation to and from the lots.

The Quakertown Park and Ride is located directly across from the PA Turnpike, Quakertown access point.