Transportation Programs for the Elderly, Disabled, and People with Low Income!

Transportation Programs for the Elderly, Disabled, and People with Low Income!

Lake Links is actively developing programs and partnerships with other transportation providers to help elderly and disabled people overcome the mobility challenges that reduce and restrict access to non-emergency medical care. Programs and services that are now available include:

Are you elderly, or disabled? Then you probably know all-too-well that many folks like you have a hard time  getting to their doctors, clinics, dialysis, and other NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL appointments.  For a variety of reasons, you may be unable to use public transportation.  You need transportation assistance that is better tailored to meet your individual needs. The Pay-Your-Pal program  is designed to help! Learn more…

Maybe you are an ADA-Eligible elderly or disabled person who could use regular transit bus service, but find that the distance from your home to a bus stop is a barrier. For you, FLEX STOP may be a good solution!

If you request service at least one day in advance, Lake Transit will make a flex stop up to one mile off the regular route. All you have to do is get from your front door to the bus. And no worries… all vehicles are equipped with wheelchair lifts, in case you need one.  Learn more…

ADA-Eligible elderly and disabled people in Lake County who live in Clearlake, Lower Lake and Lakeport may make a reservation for curb-to-curb service via Dial-A-Ride. Priority is given to reservations made at least one day in advance. Pickups occur within a plus-or-minus 15-minute window to the extent possible. Reservation times may be negotiated within a maximum of one hour before or after the requested time. Learn more…

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