Find transportation services and programs that will help you stay mobile and get around your community.
These links will take you to 211CT.org, where you can refine your search by town.
Services that provide help seniors get to and from their medical appointments.
Transportation services that focus on the needs of seniors.
Bus transportation services that serve area towns.
Transportation services for individuals with disabilities.
Training to help seniors remain safe and responsible drivers.
Wheelchair-accessible transportation as well as transportation for people with other mobility disabilities.
Wheelchair accessible vans to rent, lease, or buy.
WCAAA and CT Community Foundation have created this town-by-town guide to transportation in Western Connecticut.
Some area Senior Centers provide free, low-cost and volunteer transportation services. Select your town to find services.
The Department of Motor Vehicles issues permits allowing persons with qualifying disabilities to park in designated spaces.
These services are provided in all areas with local fixed route bus services for people who can't use the local bus system due to their disability.
To find the public bus guide for your area.
Learn about AARP’s Driver Safety Program for older drivers.
Free training for CT residents whose disability requires special equipment in order to operate a motor vehicle.
Visit your town's Senior Center page to learn about local resources.
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