Brittany Pointe provides, on a scheduled basis, bus transportation within the area to enable residents keep medical appointments, do shopping, and purchase groceries. Transportation, as described below, is available to the Philadelphia airport for a fee.
Please note: All pick-ups and drop-offs are at the front entrance and there is no transportation on holidays.
Transportation Schedule 4-2021 for Medical, Grocery and Shopping buses.
This service is provided by Brittany Pointe on a regularly scheduled basis to enable residents to keep medical appointments. Reservations for transportation to medical sites must be made st least 48 hours in advance with the receptionist in the main lobby.
Appointments with doctors should be made no earlier than 9:30 a.m. The bus driver provides a card with his/her phone number to call when the rider is ready to be picked up for the return trip to BPE.
Buses are provided to transport residents to local grocery stores and markets. Residents desiring to utilize this service should make their intentions known by signing-up at the front desk.
Buses are provided to transport residents to area Malls and shopping locations. Residents desiring to utilize this service should make their intentions known by signing-up at the front desk or calling 215-855-4109 the day before the trip.
Transportation to and from the Philadelphia Airport is available all day and night by ACTS Transportation Services. The fee is $70 each way. To make reservations Email Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or call 215-699-8721, ask for Extension 355.
Brittany Pointe residents use Homestead Taxi which is located at 150 South Broad Street in Lansdale. Phone numbers are 215-855-9006 or 215-721-4480. The hours of operation are:
- Monday – Thursday – 6 a.m. till 12 midnight
- Friday – 6 a.m. till 2 a.m.
- Saturday – 7 a.m. till 2 a.m.
- Sunday – 7 a.m. till 12 midnight
TransNet is a transit option designed to provide convenient, low-cost transportation. Initially it focused on meeting the needs of senior citizens and disabled persons, doing so through exclusive relationships with existing Montgomery County taxicab companies. Today the organization is complex and comprehensive, the direct result of decisions made in the late 1980s. TransNet serves groups of seniors and disabled persons, and contracts with school districts, colleges, and private companies to offer specialized transit services and commuter shuttles.