|Transit Provider||COVID Service Changes||Date Updated|
|A Little Help||A Little Help is providing transportation, including to vaccine appointments, as well as providing grocery, prescription, and essentials delivery. Please contact the office at 720-242-9032 for more information.||6/10/2021|
|A1 Medical Transport||Business as usual. For more information, call 303-870-8630 or send an email to: A1medicaltransport123@gmail.com.
Safety: Drivers and passengers are required to wear masks. Transportation is provided one person at a time. Vehicles are disinfected between trips.
|Access-a-Ride (AAR)||RTD and Uber Transit debuted an on-demand service for Access-a-Ride customers. It’s a pilot program, available in four ZIP codes (80013, 80014, 80015 and 80016) through November, which includes the option to choose a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. Email email@example.com or call 303-299-2847 to let RTD know of a desire to enroll in the program. Through the Access-a-Ride Portal, customers can book trips, manage their scheduled trips and see the status of their service. Trips can be scheduled 1-5 days in advance, depending on eligibility. No “day of” trips. Standing orders (subscription trips) will remain canceled at this time.
Safety: Customers are asked to pay with a ticket or cash. Customers are required to wear a mask or face covering while traveling on Access-a-Ride for the safety of themselves and others. Grocery delivery available to Access-a-Ride customers – learn more here or call 303-299-2960.
|Aging Resources Douglas County (ARDC)||ARDC is giving priority to medical and nutrition trips at this time. All other requests will be on a case-by-case basis.
Safety: ARDC requires all riders to wear a mask at all times, no group trips, temperature reading prior to ride, PPE packs available in vehicles (masks, sanitizers, gloves), sanitizing wipe down after each ride, daily vehicle machine sanitized.
|A-Lift||A-Lift is currently providing FREE medical rides to Adams County residents 55+. The A-Lift reservation Line is: 303.235.6972; https://www.adcogov.org/community-transit-program-lift. We have just switched to a new provider and space may be limited. Please call several days before your transportation need. If you have any further questions please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at: 720.523.6991. ||6/1/2021|
|American Cancer Society (ACS)||The Road To Recovery program is paused for the time being. For updates about the program click here.||6/10/2021|
|Angel Flight West||Arranges free, non-emergency transportation for people needing medical treatment, all at no cost to the passenger. A few points about their service: They are not an emergency service (they require 5 business days notice to schedule a flight, they provide transportation in western U.S. only, Patients must be medically stable and ambulatory. If you have a patient who needs to travel to medical treatment but cannot afford it, they encourage you to visit their website or call 888-4-AN-ANGEL.||6/10/2021|
|Black Hawk/ Central City Tramway|
|The Black Hawk & Central City Tramway is operating business as usual. All Drivers and Passengers must wear a mask per TSA requirements. Visit www.cityofblackhawk.org for additional information.||6/17/2021|
|Broomfield Easy Ride||“BROOMFIELD EASY RIDE continues to provide daily medical and nutritional transportation for older adults. Personal trips are provided as the schedule permits. Due to the social distance, the number of passengers per vehicle is limited. Additionally, Easy Ride is providing weekly reassurance calls, delivering non-perishable food boxes, hygiene products, non-medical equipment, Meals on Wheels and medical prescriptions for Broomfield older adults. MASKS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL TRIPS (masks can be provided if needed). Clients should confirm availability prior to scheduling medical, nutritional, or personal appointments. Find more information on their website 5/22/2020
Safety: Masks must be worn by all employees when in close proximity to Easy Ride passengers, employees or working in the public. Gloves are provided for all employees. Upon request, passengers may be provided gloves. Also doing cleaning of each vehicle after each use and at the end of the day.”
|Bustang and Bustang Outrider||Bustang and Bustang Outrider started services back up on June 28th. Seasonal service to Monarch Mountain starts 12/16/20, and will last until the end of ski season (Gunnison to Denver Route). Bustang will be on a reduced schedule and Outrider will be on full schedule. Bustang & Outrider routes have changed gates at Union Station from B3 to B4. Masabi mobile ticketing is now available for Outrider services. Denver Bus Center is no longer being served, the Gunnison to Denver route now serves Denver Union Station as the final terminal. Greyhound will operate Craig to Denver route on an interim basis in 2021, and starting January 1st Bustang Outrider service from Craig to Denver will be via Winter Park. Greyhound has closed their station in Grand Junction. All Bustang, Outrider and Greyhound routes that service Grand Junction are now stopping at the Grand Valley transfer station; South Avenue and South 5th Street. https://ridebustang.com/|
|Castle Rock Senior Activity Center||“CRSAC is now providing local rides for quality of life trips– such as hair appointments, tax appointments, banking, etc.. Priority will be given to medical and nutrition trips first. CRSAC is also delivering groceries, prescriptions, and household items at this time. Meals on Wheels service is available after qualifying with an assessment. Call for more information on receiving help. Click here to visit their website.https://www.castlerockseniorcenter.org/
Safety: Riders are required to wear a mask at all times, answer a quick health questionnaire and have a temperature screening before each ride. Vehicles are sanitized by wiping down high touch areas after each ride and then fully sanitized with an electrostatic sanitizing machine at the end of the day. “
|Clear Creek County Transit Solution (Formerly The Prospector)||To/From – Silver Plume to Idaho Springs & Designated Clear Creek County stops to Evergreen Walmart. Cost $0 Free Loops – Local Route Mon – Sat 6am-7:30pm 10 loops 970-389-7621El Rancho Route Mon – Thurs 6am-7:30 970-389-3806|
Loaves & Fishes Route Fridays 11:00am-4:00pm 970-389-3806 Deviated Fixed Route (no discounts, since its free) Updated website: https://www.clearcreekcounty.us/857/County-Bus-Transit See website for additional info & connections to Bustang.
|Cultivate||We are currently transporting clients to their vaccine appointments and waiving the required 7 days advance notice (for vaccine appointments ONLY).|
Safety: To ensure safety of the riders, all volunteers are instructed to wear masks, carry hand sanitizer and provide as much distant during transport at possible. For example, asking clients to ride in the backseat of the car during transport.
|Disabled American Veterans||DAV has started providing rides again, but on a limited bases. This is all depending on if there is a driver available. Drivers are still not fully back due to the virus and are volunteering on their own time. Give them a call and if they can help, they will. (720) 379-3405||6/17/2021|
|Dispatch Health||Does not provide transportation, but goes to a person’s home to provide healthcare. Completes a screening prior to going out including whether exposed to COVID 19. Screening determines whether Dispatch Health is able to provide services. Can do COVID testing for people with symptoms or those who are asymptomatic. Cannot provide the COVID vaccine or other immunizations. Will go to private homes as well as senior living facilities. Dispatch Health is fully protected. Call 720-647-5329 for a screening.||6/18/2021|
|Denver Public Schools (DPS)||As the 2020-21 school year comes to a close at the end of May, DPS Transportation Services continues to transport students at a much lower busing capacity than in a typical year. We are currently transporting students in the following categories: TNLI and ELA Zone schools for TNLI zone and ELA students.|
Intensive Tier elementary schools for all boundary students outside the walk zone. Elementary schools at or above 65% free or reduced lunch (FRL) for all boundary students outside the walk zone.
Recently, we were able to begin transporting two students per seat as opposed to just one student per seat. This change has allowed us to increase the amount of FRL students we transport to and from school.
|DRCOG Transportation Voucher Pilot Program||DRCOG’s Transportation Voucher Pilot Program offers vouchers for personal and medical trips to adults 60 and older in the Denver metro region. Program participants are also able to receive RTD fixed routed and Access-a-ride tickets.
Safety : Hopskipdrive users are required to sit in the back. Drivers clean in between each ride and have to fill out a health screening app before taking trips. Everyone on the ride is required to wear masks. Call 303-480-6700 to learn more.
|Englewood Trolley||Englewood’s free trolley, transports riders to 19 stops connecting CityCenter Englewood, businesses in downtown Englewood, and the medical facilities in and near Craig Hospital and Swedish Medical Center. The shuttles run approximately every 20 minutes and only picks up/drops off passengers at designated stops. The trolley operates 6:30 am to 6:30 pm https://www.englewoodco.gov/our-city/community/englewood-trolley||6/16/2021|
|Essie Lee Foundation||Essie Lee Foundation provides transportation for the general public but specializes in challenged, seniors, and at risk populations. Special request for grocery, food bank, medication pickup is available. They require 48hrs notice to book an appointment. Hours are 10-7 seven days a week. Please call 303-335-5207.
Safety: vehicles are sanitized between riders. No more than 2 passengers at a time. Masks are required.
|Gilpin Connect, Gilpin County NEMT, Gilpin Senior Transportation||The Black Hawk & Central City Tramway is operating business as usual. All Drivers and Passengers must wear a mask per TSA requirements. Visit www.cityofblackhawk.org for additional information.||6/18/2021|
|GoGoGrandparent||Continues to be available 24/7 to arrange rides. They can do prescription deliveries as well. Riders are asked to wear masks. GoGoGrandparent can help you find and purchase one. They are also offering food delivery through GoGo Groceries at 855-222-4919 and GoGo Gourmet 855-754-5328. More information can be found on GoGoGrandparent’s webpage.
Safety: Riders are asked to wear masks, Uber & Lyft safety protocols
|Golden West Airport Shuttle||Call or book online here.
Safety: Drivers and passengers are required to wear masks. No more than 2 people share a ride. Larger groups transported if part of the same household.
|Greyhound||Union Station- Bus Concourse 1700 Wewatta. Denver, CO 80202|
Package Express is located at 2450 Curtis St, No Credit Cards. Online Shipments Only
(469) 349-7663 Hours of Operation are subject to change. Please call the Greyhound bus station to verify hours before making travel arrangements. Federal law requires all customers ages 2 and over wear a mask covering the nose and mouth while at our facilities and onboard our buses, even for those customers who have been vaccinated
|Heavenly Hands||Business as usual. Phone number change. Call 720-281-3109.
Safety: Drivers and passengers are required to wear masks. Transportaton is provided to one person at a time unless accompanied by an escort from within the same household. Vehicles are disinfected between trips.
|IntelliRide NEMT||No changes to services at this time. Call 303-398-2155. Drivers and passengers are required to wear masks. Only one passenger is transported at a time per trip unless accompanied by an escort. Vehicles are disinfected between trips.|
|Key Transit||Continues to provide transportation services to and from medical appointments. Key Transit is providing nonessential transportation and oxygen. Providing wheelchair transportation as usual. M-F 7am-7pm, Saturdays and Sundays 8am-6pm. $46 + 4.75/mile.
Safety: Following CDC guidelines for safe transportation. Facilities requesting transportation of their residents should be providing masks for those residents, as Key Transit has a limited supply. Temperatures should be assessed by everyone prior to accepting transportation. Unable to provide transport for passengers that have tested positive for COVID-19.
|Lakewood Rides||Lakewood Rides is providing no cost service for all transportation needs for Lakewood Residents; donations are welcomed. Residents must be signed up with Lakewood Rides to schedule rides. Call (303)987-4826 to register. Rides can be scheduled 3 to 30 days in advance. Safety: Disinfecting seating, high touch areas between each ride. Wiping down and spraying negative ion disinfectant spray at the end of each day (entire bus). All drivers and passengers wear masks. All drivers wear gloves when handling passengers personal items i.e. Groceries, wheelchairs, walkers, etc.|
|Link On Demand||Link on Demand is a free transit service within the City of Lone Tree. For more information and to download the free phone application to request transit service while in the City of Lone Tree, please visit: https://cityoflonetree.com/link-on-demand/ |
If you have questions not addressed on our website, please email us at: email@example.com
Link is currently running a reduced service, using a singular vehicle on a set schedule: Mon-Thurs: 7 AM to 7 PM, Friday 7 AM to 7 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 10 PM. There is no Sunday service.
|Love INC.||All riders must live in the zip codes of 80110, 80113, 80120-80130 and complete intake process to become a client of Love INC. Love INC strives to help clients with up to 4 no-cost rides to medical, dental and legal appointments per month. Ride requests must be received at least 10 days prior to appointment and all rides scheduled are based on volunteer driver availability. All drivers and riders must wear a mask and abide by CDC guidelines. We are not able to accommodate scooter/wheelchair rides at this time. Call 303-794-5683 for more information.You can visit their website at here.||5/30/2021|
|Lyft||Coloradans who lack transportation to vaccination appointments can call 2-1-1 to schedule a Lyft ride via our partnership with Mile High United Way.|
Lyft continues to partner with other community orgs to help support vaccine access in CO, including Mile High Connects, Hunger Free Colorado, and Healthier Colorado.
Users in the Denver area can now pay for RTD tickets directly in the app.
Safety: Anyone who suspects they may have or is diagnosed with COVID-19 should not use ridesharing – learn more about Lyft’s new health safety program here, designed to keep both passengers and drivers safe.
|Metro Taxi||Limited informtion is available at this time although they appear to be accepting ride requests.||5/30/2021|
|Midtown Express Transportation Services||They are still operating on pre scheduled arrangements. At this time they take doctors apts and grocery shopping trips. We can accommodate HCBS clients and private pay clients. Midtown Express will also transport COVID-19 patients on a case-by-case basis. 303-282-8085||6/14/2021|
|Mile High Ambulance||Business as usual with extra precaution measures. Learn more about Mile High Ambulance here. here. ||6/11/2021|
|Mile High United Way 211||Safety: Will transport COVID-19 patients. Drivers and riders wearing masks. Vehicle is cleaned between each ride.||5/1/2021|
|Mobility Transportation & Services||Business as usual. Limited number of drivers. Click here for their website.
Safety: Drivers and riders wearing masks. Vehicle is cleaned between each ride.
|PrimeCare||Business as usual. M-F 7am-5pm, Sat. 8am-4pm, Sun 10:30am-4pm. $62.52 +$5.21/mile.
Safety: Not able to transport individuals diagnosed with COVID. For our drivers/vehicles, the drivers are wearing masks and gloves and they are wiping the equipment used after each ride.
|Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center Travel Office||Contact social worker or health care provider for transportation needs. Visit their website for more information||6/17/2021|
|RTD||Effective June 13, RTD is implementing service changes and the lifting of vehicle capacity limits. Check RTD website for list of service changes. The 2020 10-Ride and Access-a-Ride ticket books will be accepted as valid fare through the end of 2021. RTD and Uber Transit debuted an on-demand service for Access-a-Ride customers. It’s a pilot program, available in four ZIP codes (80013, 80014, 80015 and 80016) through November, which includes the option to choose a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-299-2847 to let RTD know of a desire to enroll in the program. FlexRide customers now have an on-demand ride-hailing app (downloaded via Google Play and the App Store). FlexRide reservations can also be made by calling 303-299-6000, option 2. Check RTD website for the latest schedule information.
Safety: All customers are required to wear face masks while waiting for and riding RTD vehicles per federal mandate.
|To The Rescue||Has some restrictions on their transportation services–limited drivers; must be in Douglas County- will try to provide the ride if possible. Safety: Drivers and riders who are not fully vaccinated are asked to wear a mask and use hand sanitizer before getting into the vehicle. Also completes screening and temperature checks. Vehicles disinfected between trips. Only transports one person at a time or family members. Willing to do pharmacy and grocery deliveries. We have Wheelchair accessible vehicles.||6/21/2021|
|Town of Castle Rock Taxi Vouchers||Business as usual. You can visit The Town of Castle Rock’s webpage here.||5/17/2021|
|Uber||Uber continues to operate 24/7/365, connecting individuals to essential goods and resources during these times. Since May, Uber has required riders, drivers, and delivery people to wear a mask or face cover when using Uber. Additionally, customers taking rides are advised to: Wash your hands. Before and after you ride.|
Cover your mouth and nose. If you sneeze or cough, do so into your elbow or a tissue.
Sit in the back. Give your driver space by sitting in the back seat.
Open the window. If possible, roll down the window to improve ventilation.
|Union Taxi||Business as usual. Schedule a trip here.
Safety: Drivers and riders wearing masks. Vehicle is cleaned between each ride.
|Veterans Transportation Services ||Transportation is available. Calls should be made 8 days in advance if trip. The transport is only for VA and approved non-VA appointments. You can call the travel department at the VA at 720-857-5419 to set up the transport. Find out more about Veterans Transportation Services here.||6/17/2021|
Via is now accepting new riders from Denver, Arapahoe, Adams and Jefferson counties. Call 303-444-3043 to speak to a Mobility Specialist to get registered and learn about our services Monday thru Friday 8:00am-4:30pm. First come, first serve – can request trip(s) 1-7 days in advance; same day if available.
Service hours are 8:00am-4:30pm for Denver, Arapahoe, Adams and Jefferson counties – Monday thru Friday No FARE – all rides are free of charge, donations are appreciated. Online booking available to registered riders ONLY – to learn how to get set up please call 303-444-3043. Existing Senior Resource Center riders can call 303-235-6972 OR 303-447-9636 to request trip(s) for October 1st forward. For more, see Via’s website
Starting Evergreen Via paratransit service on April 5th –
Providing service to Evergreen, Conifer, Genesee, Idledale and Lookout Mtn areas
Monday – Friday 830-230
Rides are free and open to the public
To register to ride – call 303-444-3043 – Monday thru Friday 800-430
Registered riders can call – 303-447-9636 – Monday thru Friday 800-430 to request their trip
|Volunteers of America Clear Creek||Not responding at this time. Visit the Volunteers of America website.||6/18/2021|
|Yellow Cab dba Metro Taxi||Open 24/7 for business including airport trips and delivery of groceries and other essential items. Wheelchair accessible. Visit their site here.||5/30/2021|
|zTrips of Boulder||Regular trips available by calling 303-699-8747. Medical teams can schedule a no contact, curb to curb ride for known or presumptive COVID positive patients by calling 970-225-4841. You can find zTrips website here.
Safety: Passengers and drivers are required to wear masks.