DRMAC’s mission is mobility for all. With this mission in mind DRMAC strives to help immigrant and refugee residents in the Denver metro area find transportation resources. We recognize that many cultures honor and care for their elders at home who are also in need of transportation options to live an independent lifestyle. This is where DRMAC becomes a resource for your many unique needs.
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DRMAC’s Metro Area Travel Training Program (MATT)
Interested in becoming more comfortable with riding buses, trains, scooters, and bikes?
The goal of this program is to reduce traffic congestion, Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) travel, as well as improve air quality in the region. We want to increase ridership of RTD’s fixed-route services, mitigate ridership from Paratransit Services, and promote alternative mobility options such as scooters and bikes. Our targeted population are those who have limited experience using public transit. This includes but is not limited to community groups of various abilities, ages, social economic, racial, and ethnic identities who would benefit from alternative mobility options.
Join the Denver Regional Mobility & Access Council (DRMAC) in the MATT program. We’ve partnered with RTD and Lyft to teach you how to feel confident getting around Denver with public transportation options. Contact our Program Manager, Latoya Prante (email@example.com), to sign you or a group up for trainings starting in July.