Madison Metro Transit - Paratransit The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 requires public transit agencies to provide paratransit service to persons with disabilities who cannot access the public transit system due to their disability. Paratransit service complements the same area and hours of the city bus system.
Madison Metro Transit - Fixed Route Training Dane County Department of Human Services offers free mobility training and assistance using Metro's fixed-route service. Metro+Plus riders who complete training program receive a Metro pass!
Wisconsin RIDESHARE Brings commuters together for carpooling and bicycle commuting. Serves individual commuters who drive, ride, or bike, as well as employers to help improve air quality, reduce congestion, and provide ‘green’ alternative commuting options and programs.
Rideshare, Etc. Rideshare Etc. Online is a matching service that allows commuters to quickly find transportation options for carpooling, bike buddies, vanpooling, mass transit, and park and ride lots based on your specific circumstances.
Rural Area Programs
Rural Access Program The Rural Access Program for Persons with Disabilities provides rides on the Rural Senior Group Transportation buses. These are scheduled group trips which include destinations such as community/senior centers, and grocery and general shopping. The service is a door-to-door, and is provided in accessible vehicles.Medical trips are not provided.
RideLine Service The RideLine Service provides rural persons with disabilities with rides to work or volunteer opportunities, education or training, or selected medical trips. The service is door-to-door. Vehicles are accessible. This is an individualized service.
YWCA JobRide JobRide provides transportation to areas that are inaccessible during non-peak public transportation hours which include nights, weekends, and holidays.
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